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[NAMM] PreSonus introduces ULT Series

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PreSonus introduces ULT, a new series of active loudspeakers with three models including a subwoofer.

According to PreSonus, the ULT-series active loudspeakers combine the widest horizontal dispersion of any loudspeaker in their class with a focused vertical dispersion for an ultralong throw - hence the series' name. The result is even coverage throughout the space, enabling the audience to hear clearly wherever they are.

Designed for both mobile use and permanent installations by PreSonus’ WorxAudio commercial loudspeaker division, the series includes the 1,300W ULT12 and ULT15 full-range systems and the 2,000W ULT18 subwoofer.

ULT12 features:

  • 12-inch custom low-frequency driver with 2.5-inch voice coil
  • WorxAudio-designed, rotatable, waveguide Pivot X110 horn for precise coverage
  • Ultra-wide 110˚ horizontal dispersion and tight 50˚ vertical dispersion for longer throw
  • 1,300W of Class D power (650W continuous)
  • XMAX preamp
  • Onboard mixer with two combo XLR and ¼” inputs

ULT15 features:

  • 15-inch custom low-frequency driver with 2.5-inch voice coil
  • WorxAudio-designed, rotatable, waveguide Pivot X110 horn for precise coverage
  • Ultra-wide 110˚ horizontal dispersion and tight 50˚ vertical dispersion for longer throw
  • 1,300W of Class D power (650W continuous)
  • XMAX preamp
  • Onboard mixer with two combo XLR and ¼” inputs

ULT18 subwoofer features:

  • 18-inch custom woofer with 4-inch voice coil with 7 mm driver travel
  • 2,000W Class D power (1,000W continuous)
  • 2 XLR/¼” combo inputs with direct outputs
  • Variable lowpass filter to let user dial in upper frequency limit
  • Polarity invert
  • Defeatable front-panel LED for low-visibility installs

MSRP and availability to be announced.

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