[NAMM] Mackie presents SRM1550 subwoofer
Mackie extends its SRM Portable Series with the 1200W SRM1550, a 15" Subwoofer with built-in DSP.
It aims at complementing the SRM350 and SRM450, delivering the high-output demands of modern portable applications. The internally reinforced Poplar cabinet is announced as delivering on the "Built-Like-A-Tank" legacy of the SRM series, and its front-ported design is said to provide maximum punch and low-frequency extension.
Equipped with stereo XLR inputs, full-range and high-pass outputs, the SRM1550 also features a variable digital crossover that includes presets for the Mackie SRM350 and SRM450, for simple and fast setup at every gig. Plus, the built-in Smart Protect™ DSP protects the 15-inch woofer when pushed to the limit.
The new Mackie SRM1550 1200W 15" Powered Subwoofer will be available globally April, 2016, for a U.S. MSRP of $999.99.
More details available at http://www.mackie.com/SRMPortable, or directly at the NAMM Show, Booth 209A/B until January 24th.
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