Alto unveils Trouper compact PA system at NAMM 2015

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Alto Professional has announced the Trouper compact performance PA system at NAMM 2015. Designed for solo artists, small ensembles and small-venue work, the Trouper is a 2-way 200-watt bi-amplified system housed in a very trim enclosure measuring just 8.4x 29.2 x 10.1” (212 x 740 x 257mm) HWD. The drive units are three 6 ½” (165mm) woofers and a 1” (25mm) high-frequency compression driver, which span the full musical frequency range from 65-20kHz.

The internal amplifier provides 130 watts to the woofers and 70 watts to the tweeter and there is also thermal and dynamic overload protection so the sound is always clean and clear no matter how hard it’s pushed. In addition, the trapezoidal enclosure design dramatically reduces internal standing wave resonances, resulting in cleaner output in the upper bass and vocal range.

Alto Trouper 2

Features:

Integrated 3 channel mixer with 2-band EQ, level controls on each channel
Connectivity for microphone and instrument-level inputs
200-watt bi-amplified design, three 6.5″ low/mid woofers, 1″ high-frequency compression driver
Full Bluetooth capability for streaming input signals wirelessly (plus wireless linking of
another Trouper system for stereo applications)
Integrated 35mm speaker pole socket for stand mounting
XLR Link Output for use with multiple speakers or subwoofers
Scuff-resistant black vinyl wrap and protective steel corners
Lightweight (just 23 lbs.) with built-in handle

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