Mackie DRM315 2300w 15″ 3-Way Powered Loudspeaker 137 dB
High-efficiency 2300w Class-D amplifier. Learn why DRM is the best loudspeaker series in its class ADVANCED IMPULSE™ DSP MODULE Mackie’s filtering technology is not your typical speaker processing. The goal of our Advanced Impulse™ DSP is to remove all the anomalies that loudspeakers and horns contribute to a signal, from “honkiness” or “squelch” to “mushy” low end, effectively making the drivers “invisible” and output nothing but perfect, clean sound. By more intelligently (and more thoroughly) employing the benefits of FIR filtering, Advanced Impulse DSP eliminates undesired acoustic anomalies across the entire dispersion zone (horizontal and vertical), as well as frequency range and time domain. How it’s done: The main way this is accomplished is by measuring the negative frequency response and time domain impacts that each transducer and horn in the system introduces – on axis as well as off – and reversing/correcting for those anomalies before the signal hits the speaker. The result is the output from the speaker is fully corrected for flat, clear, time-aligned, and smooth sound throughout the entire time, space, and response domains. DRM CONTROL DASHBOARD™ When setup time is limited, changes need to happen on the fly, or you just want to get your system going without extra hassle, the last thing you need is the controls on your loudspeakers being difficult. The DRM Control Dashboard™ starts with a big, bright, full-color display that is easy to read and offers unmatched visual feedback on levels, adjustments, and more. The default window keeps you informed on every critical setting at a glance. Big green level meters let you know clearly when you have signal and if it is clipping. But how do I control it? One single knob, that’s it. Spin to select what you want, push in, set it how you like it, done. Control Overview 3-Band Parametric EQ Venue Specific Voicing Modes Array Modes (DRM12A Only) Variable Crossover Alignment Delay Configuration. Dual independant inputs that support mic, line, and instrument signals plus a dedicated 1/8″ stereo aux input.