Turbosound launches iNSPIRE iP15B at NAMM 2015

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Turbosound has unveiled the 1,000-Watt iNSPIRE iP15B powered subwoofer at NAMM 2015. Producing high levels of low-end punch, with the definition and clarity typically reserved for much larger systems, the iP15B is equipped with a dedicated 600-Watt Class-D amplifier for the 15″ long-excursion Low-Frequency (LF) driver and 2 x 200-Watt amps for passive satellite speakers. Ideally suited for small to medium-sized performance venues, houses of worship, boardroom presentations, nightclubs, and much more, the lightweight and easy to transport iP15B also features a 2-channel digital mixer with industry-leading Klark Teknik Digital Sound Processing (DSP), Class-D amplifier and Spatial Sound technologies – plus convenient Bluetooth stereo audio streaming and iPhone/iPad remote control.

Turbosound iP15B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Features:
Front loaded 15″ powered subwoofer for portable PA applications and installation applications
KLARK TEKNIK’s revolutionary SST (Spatial Sound Technology) for creation of 3D acoustic environments
1,000 Watt, multi-channel amplification featuring KLARK TEKNIK Class-D technology
Powered 600 Watt 15″ subwoofer for extended bass response
Dual 200 Watt amplifiers included for stereo satellite speakers
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
Low frequency driver with high excursion for low distortion sub bass response
Road worthy wood enclosure with hard wearing semi matt black paint finish
Integrated protective perforated steel mesh grilles
36 mm pole mount to support satellite speaker

 

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