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Mackie today launches the TH-15A 2-Way Powered Loudspeaker, which delivers 400 Watts of system power in a rugged design weighing in at just 36 pounds (16.3kg). The lightweight design and sonic quality set the TH-15A apart from the competition at this price point. Designed by the same team that created the Mackie SRMv2 Series, the TH-15A offers the power, portability, and performance required of a compact PA solution. "We are very excited to deliver proven Mackie Active technology derived from our popular SRM Series at the most accessible price point in Mackie's history," said Greg Young, Mackie brand product manager. "The TH-15A is a perfect compact PA solution for a tremendous variety of portable applications." The TH-15A benefits from Mackie Active technology, which incorporates an active crossover and driver time and phase alignment for optimized system performance. The 15" high-precision woofer and 1" compression driver produce great overall sound and class-leading low-frequency response for a cabinet of this compact size. A user-adjustable 3-band EQ with a sweepable mid lets the user flexibly EQ the system for the application at hand. This is a great feature for smaller setups that may not have a ton of outboard gear. The rugged cabinet is trapezoidal, allowing for use as a monitor wedge and the lightweight design makes pole-mounting effortless. "DJs, smaller live gigs, churches, band rehearsals..." added Young. "The applications are limitless. The portability alone makes the TH-15A perfect for travelling musicians and DJs." Mackie TH-15A will be available globally in September 2009. The TH-15A will have a U.S. MSRP of $469.99.
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