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Mackie SA1532Z Dual 15" 3-Way High Definition Loudspeaker Pair
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The Mackie SA1532z boasts twin 15" long-throw woofers, a 6" mid speaker, and 1-3/4" tweeter backed up by a robust 1,300W of power. Tri-amplification ...Read More
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The Mackie SA1532z boasts twin 15" long-throw woofers, a 6" mid speaker, and 1-3/4" tweeter backed up by a robust 1,300W of power. Tri-amplification delivers 1,100W to the lows, 100W to the mids, and 100W to the highs. The WaveFront horn maximizes the mid- and high-frequency drivers for ultrawide sound dispersion. The SA1532z system's onboard active crossover, time correction, phase alignment, and thermal system protection all work seamlessly to reproduce the signal with the utmost fidelity. Yields a frequency response of 38Hz-20kHz.
- 3-way ultrahigh output active system
- Designed and tuned by EAW loudspeaker team
- Optimized wide-dispersion WaveFront high/mid horn system
- Tri-amplified with independent 1,100W LF, 100W MF, and 100W HF amplifiers
- Electronic crossover filters, time correction, phase alignment, and thermal system protection
- 1-3/4" neodymium HF compression driver
- 6" horn-loaded neodymium mid-frequency transducer
SA1532Z Dual 15" 3-Way High Definition Loudspeaker Pair
- Frequency Range (—10 dB): 38 Hz — 20 kHz
- Frequency Response (—3 dB): 47 Hz — 18 kHz
- Sound Dispersion: 90°x40°
- Maximum SPL Long-term @ 1m: 135 dB
- Crossover Points: 700 Hz, 3000 Hz
- Input Protection: Low frequency dynamic bass protection, RMS limiting, power supply and amplifier thermal protection.
- Basic Design: Trapezoidal, 10" side angles
- Material: 13 mm multi-layered plywood, resin end caps
- Finish: Wear-resistant textured black PVC vinyl
- Handles: One on each side, one top, one bottom
- Grille: Perforated metal with weather-resistant coating
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 50" x 19.1" x 18.1"
- Weight: 132 lbs.
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Two of these make a great stereo PA. They should be elevated above the audience's head-level though.That isn't tough if they are on an elevated stage. If not, getting them up in the air ain't easy and these do not mount on stands. getting them up and down elevated stages isn't all that hard if there is a ramp. I suggest a dolly or hand cart to move them. Depending on what you stand them on, you might have one guy on the stand pulling up with the dolly, while one or two others lift and stabilize from the bottom. Even standing on the stage floor these make great side fills too. The only problem with that is, they produce a ton of low-end. Low frequencies disperse omni-directionally so there is little you can do about that. But putting them directly on the same floor as the guitarist and bass player will cause headaches because of "coupling" with the stage. For that problem, I suggest a 4" high-density foam pad sandwiched between two 1/2" plywood sheets. That isn't perfect, but it is a cheap and easy way to minimize stage-floor coupling.These things look great too. If you want to keep them that way, you better get the covers, or make some. And don't slide the back speaker along the edge of stages or truck-doors. The sensitive audio connections are there. Even though they are recessed and the cabinet is well-built, I have seen them get fubar-ed right before a gig by roadies who are under time-pressure.These things sound tremendous because they are. You must handle them safely and use them properly, especially if you move them yourself. 132 pounds can wrench a back or smash fingers in a heartbeat.