SCx Series Active Loudspeakers Demo Video

March 01, 2019 1 Comment

 

Offering a high performance active loudspeaker solution for small to mid-sized venues, the new SCx Series consists of 12-inch, 15-inch, and 18-inch active multi-purpose loudspeakers and subwoofer. The built in 1000 watts of power and Analog Devices™ DSP make it easy to deliver the best performance for your application. SCx Series loudspeakers are available now and ready to ship.

Click here to order your SCx System today



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Aubrey Ken Ferrell
Aubrey Ken Ferrell

March 04, 2019

Glad to see you guys getting back into building your loudspeakers again. Are you guys planning to expand your speaker line up?Been buying your speakers and mics for years.

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