1pc 8" subwoofer + 1pc 25mm compression driver polymer. diaphragm\nWith Class-D Bi Amplifier RMS 120W + 60W \nTrue Wireless Stereo (TWS) function
* Active Coloumn system with DSP 100 24bit/96khz \n* 12inch subwoofer with Dual ban-pass technology \n* 8pcs * 3" full range spekaer\n* Class-D amp RMS700W
Loving music, playing an instrument in a small band or simply spending the night dancing with your friends are great ways to share with others something that belongs to you.
There is no definitive answer: both materials offer advantages and disadvantages. The right choice depends on your needs.
Let’s talk about our second initial question. We know that a passive loudspeaker is made up of:
Once your mixer, signal processing gear, and power amp have shaped your audio signals, it's your speakers' job to turn those signals back into physical sound waves.
1/4" Jack: also known as phone plug. Unbalanced connection using a phone-patching cord connector. The most basic connection in audio
Subwoofers are the large speakers that handle the lowest bass frequencies.
Mixers may have some built-in effects, but if you really want to make your sound stand out, add outboard processing