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Mackie announces the HD Series High-Definition Powered Loudspeakers.

The HD1521 2-way and HD1531 3-way are described as “the pinnacle of Class-D amplifier technology” by Mackie, which assures they deliver up to 1800W of peak system power.

15″ neodymium woofers are matched with the 1.75″ heat-treated titanium compression driver. The HD1531 3-way also features a 6″ midrange driver and Mackie’s WaveFront mid/high horn system for “consistent” coverage. A user-adjustable 3-band EQ with a sweepable mid lets the user gently and flexibly EQ the system for the application at hand. This is supposedly a great feature for smaller setups that may not have a ton of outboard gear.

The all-wood cabinets feature 12 integral fly-points for horizontal or vertical rigging and both models are pole-mountable.

Pricing & Availability
The HD Series High-Definition Powered Loudspeakers is now available in the US and Asia.

Europe will have availability in late June 2009.

The HD1521 will have a U.S. MSRP of $1,249.99. The HD1531 will have a U.S. MSRP of $1,499.99.
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