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Gemini announces the new GTX series of passive loudspeakers.

Designed for a variety of performance spaces, as well as mobile DJs and gigging musicians, the new GTX series provides balanced, audio and portable enclosures.

 

With double piezo horns, the new GTX series features four configurations: the GTX-1000 houses a 10-inch woofer and handles 100 watts RMS; the GTX-1200 sports a 12-inch woofer and handles 125 watts RMS; the GTX-1500 contains a 15-inch woofer and handles 185 watts RMS; and the GTX-2150 features dual 15-inch woofers and handles 315 watts RMS.

 

Pricing:

U.S.

  • GTX-1000  $79.95
  • GTX-1200 $119.95
  • GTX-1500 $159.95
  • GTX-2150 $239.95


EU:

  • GTX-1000  99.00
  • GTX-1200 139.00
  • GTX-1500 189.00
  • GTX-2150 279.00


UK

  • GTX-1000  79.00
  • GTX-1200 129.00
  • GTX-1500 159.00
  • GTX-2150 249.00

 

Visit Gemini for more details.

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