1600W 15" Professional Powered Loudspeaker High efficiency 1600W Class D amplifier offers ample headroom for professional applications with a universal power supply (100-240VAC) with Power Factor Correction technology ensuring consistent performance even with unstable AC power. Next Gen protection circuitry keeps transducers safe and ensures peak performance in all applications Applied Impulse DSP Module Precision crossovers and transducer time-alignment deliver reference quality sound that is consistent throughout the frequency range Cutting-edge FIR Filtering Technology drastically reducers inherent anomalies, phase issues, and muddy midrange resulting in crystal clear audio Additionals features include: DRM Control Dashboard features a high-contrast full colour display for easy single-knob access to configuration, processing and more. View current EQ and voicing mode, high resolution metering and more from a single overview window. Application and venue specific modes provide easy to use voicing with minimal setup time. Available modes : Live, Club and Speech plus independant sub option with variable crossover. Adjustable 3-band parametric EQ allows for additional customisation and tuning for your appliation and venue. Alignment delay control for delay stacks. Save and recall up to 6 user presets for various applications and venues Screensaver plus dimmer and contrast control System lock with 4-digit passcode Dual independant inputs that support mic, linea nd instrument signals plus a dedicated 1/8" stereo auxillary input Premium components and cabinet design Road-worthy 15mm plywood construction and internal bracing offers optimal acoustic performance witha touring-grade textured coating and power-coated heavy gauge steel grille. Unique ported design provides exceptionally smooth yet punchy low frequency response while providing cool air to the internal amplifier Rotatable waveguide assembly allows for flown horizontal orientation while maintaining maximum coverage 1.4" Titanium diaphragm compression driver is perfectly matched to the amplifier for maximum clarity and efficiency 15" high excursion woofer offers minimal distortion with increased bass response and reliability to withstand the most demanding live applications Versatile Configuration Options Angled cabinet design allows for use as a high-performance floor monitor Dual angle pole-mount provides optimal coverage and miimal reflections in most venues Flyable 8 x M10 flypoints for horizontal or vertical orientation Max SPL 135dB SPL 57.3lb / 26.0kg The DRM Series Professional Powered Loudspeakers delivers class-leading power via ultra-efficient Class-D amplifiers with next-gen protection and Power Factor Correction technology for peak performance when you need it. Advanced Impulse™ DSP provides acoustic correction and time-alignment via precision tuned FIR filters for crystal clear, punchy sound typically experienced only with massive touring systems. The DRM Control Dashboard™ features a high-contrast, full-color display on the back panel for quick and easy setup. Custom transducers housed in touring-grade plywood cabinets are designed for consistent performance in the most demanding applications. Equipped with M10 flypoints, dual angle pole mounts, and available line array configurations – the DRM Series is perfect for mobile DJs, bands, clubs, houses of worship, production/install, and more. What does the MACKIE ADVANCED IMPULSE DSP MODULE do for me? Mackie’s filtering technology is not your typical speaker processing. The goal of our Advanced Impulse™ DSP is to remove all the anomalies that loudspeakers and horns contribute to a signal, from “honkiness” or “squelch” to "mushy" low end, effectively making the drivers "invisible" and output nothing but perfect, clean sound. By more intelligently (and more thoroughly) employing the benefits of FIR filtering, Advanced Impulse DSP eliminates undesired acoustic anomalies across the entire dispersion zone (horizontal and vertical), as well as frequency range and time domain. How it's done ? The main way this is accomplished is by measuring the negative frequency response and time domain impacts that each transducer and horn in the system introduces – on axis as well as off – and reversing/correcting for those anomalies before the signal hits the speaker. The result is the output from the speaker is fully corrected for flat, clear, time-aligned, and smooth sound throughout the entire time, space, and response domains.

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