QX15 Series Loudspeakers Demo Video

March 22, 2019 2 Comments

 

QX15A Loudspeakers offer the ultimate in versatility- they are designed to stand alone as a full range sound reinforcement loudspeaker, full range stage monitor, all in one PA system, or as a three-way extended low end system main with our TRX3118A subwoofer. The QX15A 15-inch active 1000W loudspeaker features DSP, Bluetooth™, and built in 3 channel mixer. The QX Series is ideal for club systems, houses of worship, DJs, auditoriums, band PA, solo performers, and as a satellite extension of an existing sound system. QX Series loudspeakers are available now and ready to ship. Please note the passive QX15 is no longer available. 

Click here to order your QX15A System today



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Iplay pearldrums
Iplay pearldrums

December 16, 2020

I am thinking about buying a pair of these to hook them up to my TV so I can watch Van Halen concerts on YouTube. 👍👍👍👍

Iplay pearldrums
Iplay pearldrums

December 16, 2020

I would love to buy a pair of these for my practice room. But, I currently have a pair of Peavey SP5 XT’s that would get jealous, lol.

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