[NAMM] LD Systems LRX 215
The LRX215 is a passive bass reflex multifunctional loudspeaker equipped with 2×15” speaker chassis, and a 1” compression driver.
It was designed for "demanding, high power" live applications, whether as a standalone unit or in combination with a subwoofer.
It provides 600 W of power and a sound pressure level of 128 dB max with "a deep bass foundation and very precise and punchy mids," according to its manufacturers. It features an integrated tweeter protection circuit, steel handles, and black carpet covering. The integrated castors are designed to allow for transport of this speaker, even for one person.
The company describes it as suited for bands, mobile discos or for fixed installations in mid-sized clubs and public facilities.
Check out www.ld-systems.com/index.php?article_id=327&clang=1 for more details.
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