[NAMM] Samson Expedition XP150
The Expedition XP150 by Samson offers a PA solution that acks up into a single unit that weighs 24 pounds.
The XP150 is intended for schools, conferences and presentations, as well as musicians and singer-songwriters.
A removable 5-channel mixer powers the XP150 with a 150-watt (2 x 75) Class D amplifier. The mixer features three Mic/Line channels with XLR and 1/4-inch inputs, allowing you to connect microphones or line signals. It also includes one stereo 1/4-inch and 3.5mm input channel for connecting external devices like MP3 players, keyboards and more. There’s also a built-in DSP to add Digital Reverb to your voice or instrument. Each channel features 2-band (bass and treble) controls.
The XP150’s 2-way vented speakers feature 6-inch low frequency drivers and custom 1-inch tweeters with 60° x 90° coverage. These ABS plastic enclosures feature integrated 1 3/8-inch speaker stand mounts that can be used with Samson’s LS2 Lightweight Speaker Stands (sold separately), as well as a kickback design for use as floor monitors.
You can visit Samson at NAMM 2012, located in Hall A – Booth #6848.
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