These monitors have all been used on at least one show. I started out with 30 something. I thought I'd only need 16 at one time. Turns out I used all at one time or another. They still look new. I load 8 for every show (because they truck pack easily that way). Most shows we do only need six so some may have never seen use.
I've been importing Line Arrays, speaker boxes & LED Lighting from various China Companies for about ten years. I've developed some good relationships with manufactures and this monitor is a result of one of those relationships.
I've been doing the rock shows with the 15x2" bi-amped wedges longer than I wanna think (I'm 61 now and have been at this since I was 16). What I wanted to accomplish is a budget oriented powered floor monitor that I could use to stop carrying the power amp racks and speakon cable cases. There are other companies doing wedges powered but to get a real sound, it needs to be called Meyer and the cost is nuts. Most of us doing Street Fairs, Church Festivals and City Concerts do not have the Meyer budget.
JBL, EV and a couple others have a GuitarCenter style budget box but it can't really replace the 15x2" blasters. MY BOX CAN! and I can sell it for about the same money. I know those guys are rating their internal amps at 2000 watts etc. If you buy that, I have a bridge I'd like to talk to you about.
Several years ago I ordered 12 of these wedges to do all our summer shows as a test run. Also to see if my sound guys would say, "do me a favor and load the old wedges." Never heard a peep (you only hear for sound guys if something's wrong or missing). The wedges performed flawlessly for the whole season. Great reviews from the performers and from the people who hired us. Did I mention you can load 8 monitors in 2' of truck?
They're 600W RMS and 1200 peak. 15" Low and a 3" coax horn. Looks like a 1.5" exit. Power Amp built in with a variable low cut. They have a stand cup so it's a pretty useful box for more applications than just a wedge. We use the stand cup when the wedge is on top of a Drum Sub, The drummer can turn it away a bit if it's to loud. Also same set up as side fills. There's a line in and a mic in. They cut real well and with the built in variable low pass, you can start the sound where ever you want. Like tune it to around 90Hz for a singer etc. Really cleans it up. Also allows for a bit of protection if you're forced to let a mental midget run your rig. They have a built in limiter as well. The constant directivity dispersion of 50° x 70° (h x v) delivers an accurately defined coverage area on stage and, when used upright, it is transformed into a powerful PA system with a dispersion suitable for a variety of applications.
My sound guys gave me the go ahead to sell all the un-powered 15" x 2" wedges.
$599 for one monitor. Shipping will be a max of $56 fed ex. I will refund any additional paid over the actual costs. If it goes over $56, I'll eat it. If you want several, We'll ship freight to your loading dock or to a termianl near you for pick up. You'll pay what ever it costs. You can also pick up or set up you own shipment.
New shipment of 48 wedges is on the water headed our way
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