S&T 2-Way Loudspeaker System - This speaker is built to last and its lightweight polypropylene cabinet with 2 side handles and 1 top handle make these amazingly portable. It has a compression driver with a Titanium Diaphragm and a vertical constant coverage horn. The speaker can also be used as a wedge monitor wherever needed only adding to its versatility.
Power type Class D Bi-Amplified
Power (RMS) 300W + 60W
Tweeter 1.35” / 34mm Ti dome drive
Woofer 12” (65mm voice coil/50oz magnet)
Frequency response 50Hz - 20kHz
Dimensions (H x W x D) 625 x 435 x 380mm
POLE MOUNT SOCKET: This socket is designed to fit a standard 35mm speaker pole mount or tripod speaker stand.
RIGGING POINTS: This series speaker has rigging points. These points are to be used to fly or suspend the speaker in the air by some means.
HIGH FREQUENCY TRANSDUCER: This unit is used to reproduce the high frequency response.
WOOFER: The high-powered woofer is used to reproduce the midrange and low frequencies.
TRANSPORT HANDLE: This series speakers come with built-in heavy-duty transportation handle. Use this handle for secure and easy transportation.
LUGGAGE-STYLE WHEELS: Allowing the unit to be easily carried or pulled along on its luggage-style wheels.
POLE MOUNT LOCKING BOLT: This pin is used to secure the speaker in place when mounting the speaker in a pole.
1. Mic XLR Input
Plug a mic directly into this port for public address usage and let your voice be heard.
2. 1/4” Mic Input
Plug a mic directly into this port.
3. RCA Line Input
This connection is designed to accept a line input signal from a mixer or other line level device. Be sure to connect only line level input devices such as mixers and tape machines to this jack.
4. Balanced XLR Line Input
This connection is designed to accept a balanced line input signal from a mixer or other line level device with a balanced output. Use a balanced cable when the signal cable length exceeds 15 feet/4,5m , this will reduce excessive signal loss.
5. 1/4” Line Output Jack
This jack is used to send the mixed incoming signals to another powered speaker.
6. XLR LINE Output
Using a XLR cable, use this port to daisy chain this speaker to another powered speaker.
7. Main Power Inlet
This connector is used to supply main power to the unit via the included detachable power cord.
8. Fuse Holder
This housing stores the 3.15 amp GMA for 230v and 5 amp GMA for 110v protective fuse. Always replace with the exact same type of fuse.
9. Microphone Input Volume
This knob is used to increase or decrease the volume of your microphone.
10. Line Level Input Volume
This knob is used to regulate the volume of source connected to the Line Level Inputs.
11. Output Volume
This knob is used to regulate the volume of the output and the volume of the signal being sent to another powered speaker.
12. Treble Control
This knob is used to regulate the amount treble applied to the output signal. The maximum amount of treble gain is +12dB and the maximum amount of treble decrease is -12dB. Turning the knob in a counter-clockwise direction will decrease the amount of treble applied to a channel signal, turning the knob in a clockwise direction will increase the amount of treble applied to a channel signal.
13. Bass Control
This knob is used to regulate the amount bass applied to the output signal. The maximum amount of bass gain is +12dB and the maximum amount of bass decrease is -12dB. Turning the knob in a counter-clockwise direction will decrease the amount of bass applied to a channel signal, turning the knob in a clockwise direction will increase the amount of bass applied to a channel signal.
14. Power Indicator Led
LED lights up to indicate the speaker is on.
15. Clip Led
If this LED is lit it means your signal is clipping. To stop the signal from clipping lower the volume to the point where the LED is blinking along with the bass beat.
16. On/Off Switch