The XPRS102 Series couples the versatility and mobility of the original XPRS Series with elevated sound-performance and audio intelligibility to deliver a high-caliber speaker system for mobile DJs, live sound, houses of worship, rental and fixed installations.
Powerful Class D Amplification
The XPRS2 Series employs Class D Amplification with high output wattage for a powerful and premiere audio experience for performers and listeners alike. The XPRS102 and XPRS122 full-range speakers feature Class D 2000 W amplification, while the XPRS1152S and XPRS1182S subwoofers offer Class D 4000 W amplification.
High Quality, Robust Build
Pioneer DJ’s all-new XPRS2 Series features a sleek all-black, protective pollywood cabinet for performance in harsh outdoor and indoor environments. The series models all come with a durable handle to support system portability and handling during setup and take down. The XPRS2 Series also features rubber feet to create separation and shock absorption between surfaces.
Four DSP Modes
Both of the XPRS2 full-range speakers contain four different DSP preset modes—Live, Music, Speech and Studio Monitoring—to address the needs of different listening environments.
16 Customizable User DSP Modes
In addition to the four presets, each XPRS2 full-range speaker includes 16 custom user DSP modes - which can be saved with different names - to ensure the EQ settings are maximized for every scenario.
Full-Range Speaker Design
The XPRS102 pairs a 10” woofer and 2.5” voice coil with a 1” exit compression driver and 1.75” voice coil to deliver pristine audio performance. Complete with a maximum sound pressure level (SPL) of 129 dB and frequency response of 50 Hz–20 kHz, the XPRS102 full range speakers help ensure music and spoken word reproduction is accurate and performs as intended.
10 inch 2-way active loudspeaker
What's in the Box
XPRS102 x 1 (not sold as a pair)
Quick start guide
Important Safety Precautions
110 V to 240 V (50 Hz/60 Hz)
50 - 20000 Hz
Factory Presets (4 types)
Sub Setting (Sub Setting menu is for selecting the high-pass frequency or matching subwoofer)