DSPPA stays dry
DSPPA stays dry
The LA1512S has an 8Ω input and a maximum SPL of 128dB (±2dB)
DSPPA has designed its 200W RMS LA1512S waterproof line array speaker with four adjustable dispersion angles – 60°, 45°, 30° or 15°, all with pattern control below 1kHz – and the ability for up to four units to be stacked together. It supports both horizontal and vertical mounting with the built-in bracket, while users can also purchase the optional wall or ceiling mount for added versatility. Weighing 15kg, each speaker has an 8Ω input and a maximum SPL of 128dB (±2dB). It has a sensitivity of 99dB (±2dB), a frequency response of 70Hz to 20kHz and measures 406mm x 342mm x 544mm.
The Chinese manufacturer has also introduced a new patent-pending product – the MP135M integrated remote paging mic. The set consists of two ceiling speakers and an integrated microphone with a built-in mixer amplifier. The speakers have a constant 10V output, high sensitivity, a wide frequency response and low distortion, and have been designed for broadcast, paging and BGM applications. The amplifier can drive at least six 10V/6W ceiling speakers and more 10V/3W speakers. It has a frequency response of 80Hz to 16kHz (±3dB) and a rated power consumption of 45W. The amplifier includes Bluetooth and an MP3 player that supports decoding WMA, WAV, APE, FLAC and other file formats, with one aux input and one aux output. The recorder reportedly supports up to 160 hours of recording time with an 8G USB flash disk. With a pickup distance of 10–60cm and measuring 415mm, the mic is a high-sensitivity gooseneck built into the mixer amplifier panel. The priority function automatically lowers the volume when speaking and automatically restores it when not speaking. The mic has an input power of 6W, an input voltage of 10V and a sensitivity of 93dB (±2dB).
Meanwhile, the MP30W is an integrated wireless transmitter, which combines Bluetooth, an MP3 player, digital recorder, broadcast amplifier, desktop microphone, audio digital transmitter and other audio equipment found in a traditional public address system into a compact amplifier with a microphone. It has a transmission frequency of 750–760MHz along with dual identification of the frequency and code matching between the host and each speaker to provide for the independent operation of multiple systems. Other features include one line input, which can be connected with other sources such as mobile phones, DVDs, TV sets and mixers, and one line output, which can be connected with an external power amplifier to expand the number of speakers.