Turbosound launches iNSPIRE iP1000 at NAMM 2015


Turbosound has released a new 1000 Watt powered column loudspeaker at NAMM 2015. The iNSPIRE iP1000 delivers powerful, high-quality sound with optimised dispersion in a lightweight, easy to use, all-in-one unit.

Features include a built-in 2-channel digital mixer and a 1000-Watt output through a custom-engineered 8″ subwoofer and 9 x 2″ neodymium driver. The iP1000 is ideally-suited for small to medium-sized performance venues, houses of worship, boardroom presentations, nightclubs, and much more. The iP1000 is lightweight and features industry-leading KLARK TEKNIK’s revolutionary Spatial Sound Technology (SST), DSP presets and Class-D amplifier technologies, plus convenient Bluetooth audio streaming and iPhone/ iPad remote control.

Turbosound iP1000








Modular column loudspeaker for portable PA applications and high quality music playback
KLARK TEKNIK’s revolutionary SST (Spatial Sound Technology) for creation of 3D acoustic environments
Extremely wide sound dispersion and consistent sound both in the listening and performing areas
1,000 Watt, multi-channel KLARK TEKNIK Class-D technology
2 channel digital mixer with gain setting recall
High quality Bluetooth* stereo audio streaming
Total remote control via Apple iPhone/iPad
Comprehensive DSP presets for typical user applications
Intuitive single-knob user interface with LCD display for ease of navigation
2 x 8″ low frequency drivers with high excursion for low distortion sub bass response
9 x 2″ neodymium drivers with edge wound aluminium voice coils for extended high frequency reproduction
Precision-lock, aluminium array system eliminates speaker stands and cables
Road worthy wood enclosure with hard wearing semi matt black paint finish
Integrated protective perforated steel mesh grilles
Integral ergonomic carrying handle for ease of portability



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