Mackie SRM650 - 15" 1600W Powered Loudspeaker
The Mackie SRM650 Powered PA Speaker is an incredibly versatile loudspeaker that delivers 1600 watts through a 15-inch speaker for remarkable output, clarity and simplicity! This speaker is built like a tank and has huge system power paired with custom transducers within a professional-grade, internally-braced all-wood cabinet that redefines tough. With Mackie High Definition Audio Processing including acoustic correction DSP, the SRM650 is the ultimate in high-definition sound.
System optimization tools like application-specific speaker modes and an amazingly accurate feedback destroyer make this active speaker an incredible value. Ready for anything, SRM650’s integrated 2-channel mixer with Mackie Wide-Z inputs can handle any signal with ease. The SRM650 delivers the modern output, amazing sound and proven durability you demand from a portable loudspeaker.
|UPC (Universal Product Code)||00663961036329|
|MPN (manufacturer part number)||SRM650|
|Discount||INSTANT SAVINGS: 10% OFF|
|Features||-“Built-Like-A-Tank” all-wood, internally-braced cabinet delivers unmatched road-worthiness -Rugged 18-gauge steel grille and fine-textured, sleek black cabinet finish -Front ported for maximum low-end extension and punch -High-Definition Audio Processing for professional sound with unmatched clarity -Patented acoustic correction developed with touring geniuses at EAW® -Precision 2-way digital crossover -Driver time alignment and phase correction -Quick one-button Speaker Mode selection for application-specific voicing (PA, DJ, Monitor and Soloist) -Effortlessly eliminate nasty feedback with one-button automatic Feedback Destroyer -Integrated 2-channel mixer featuring dual Mackie Wide-Z™ inputs -Handles anything from mics to guitars to mixers with a single twist of the gain knob -Includes stereo RCA inputs for easy connection to music source -Perfect for the singer/songwriter, plug in and leave the mixer at home -Smart Protect™ DSP kicks in to protect your investment when things get pushed a little too hard -Monitor-specific 60-degree angle and voicing mode perfect for cutting through on stage|