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Nady MC-15 M-Cab Speaker
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The Nady MC-15 audio speaker is ideally used in a small venue as a monitor or main. It's equipped with a 15" LF driver with beefy 2.5" voice coil and...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Nady MC-15 audio speaker is ideally used in a small venue as a monitor or main. It's equipped with a 15" LF driver with beefy 2.5" voice coil and a wide-angle 7" x 14" HF horn with a 1.5" titanium compression driver. The Nady M-Cab handles 600W peak power and has a 50Hz-18kHz response range. The tough, lightweight ABS/fiberglass trapezoidal enclosure is well balanced, has handles, and includes fittings for hanging or mounting on a tripod stand. Detachable mounts let you use it as a dual-angle wedge floor monitor. The low-impedence, compensated crossover offers full driver protection. Speakon and 1/4" inputs. 8-ohm operation. 17-3/4"W x 27-1/4"H x 14-1/4"D. 51 lbs. Includes floor stand.
- 15" LF driver with beefy 2.5" voice coil
- Wide-angle 7" x 14" HF horn with 1.5" titanium compression driver
- 600W peak power handling
- 50Hz-18kHz response
- Tough, lightweight ABS/fiberglass trapezoidal enclosure
- Multiple mounting options
- Mounts for use as a dual-angle floor monitor
- Low-impedence, compensated crossover
- Full driver protection
- Speakon and 1/4" inputs
- 8-ohm operation
- 26-3/5"W x 17-3/10"H x 13-3/5"D
- 48 lbs.
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I bought a set of these speakers, mainly because of price and weight, what a surprise I got when I fired these babies up, They are AWESOME, I did a convention with them at large hotel ballroom with 500 people and had NO problem with ANYONE being able to hear very clearly, in fact I had to tun it DOWN as people in the BACK were complaining that it was TOO LOUD. I also used a Nady MC-8 as a podium monitor, which worked great. (I had set up the night before and had cranked the system just to see what I could do with them in that size room, I had backed the sliders down but forgot to zero them. I barely had the voume up on the board and covered the room fine.
I am in a rock cover band and gig every other weekend. I have had these speakers since december 2006 and i have never had a problem. I have took them all over for small and medium venues. The key is to use the right power amp for them, if you do that you cant go wrong! Remember it helps to take care of your equiptment too.