Turn Key XLE181 with dollies and covers in good condition. Previously used on rentals.
|Condition||Normal Wear & Tear|
|Case Type||Dollies & Covers|
Used on various rentals. Cleaned and maintained by in house technicians.
(12) Xle 181
(1) Rack Amp.
(1) DC One
(4) CP 4000
(1) Lot of cabling
The XLE181 is a 2-way design using the same 8 neodymium LF/MB transducer as the XLD281 and the same dual ND2S HF driver combination with a 120deg x 10deg waveguide coverage. With less than 18 kg (40lbs) per unit the XLE offers a powerful, very compact Solution for sound reinforcement applications with limited space and/or load capacity. The XLE181 can be used in bi-amp mode or fullrange using a sophisticated internal passive network.
Designed for the use in arrays of four and more Elements, the XLE181 delivers full bandwidth audio with precise, predictable coverage control. The integrated rigging is simple to use and quickly provides uncompromised line array performance.
# Full Bandwidth 2-Way Element (75Hz-20kHz)
# Most Compact, Very Lightweight
# Simple, Quick Integrated Rigging
# Bi-Amp or Fullrange Operation
# Neodymium Transducers
# LAPS Aiming and Flying Software
Electro-Voice Prominent maker of microphones; also loudspeaker systems, amplifiers.
Speakers are generally output devices used by computer systems, and these usually have speaker accessories such as speaker hardware, cables, mounts, stands, etc. All speakersâ?? function amplify sound or audio output so it can be heard by other listeners easier. There are speakers that are built to work particularly with computers while there are those that can be linked to any kind of sound system device. The speakers function as transducers that transform electromagnetic waves into sound waves that can be heard by listeners. They receive audio input from source devices like the computer and with the use of speaker accessories the sound is amplified. Analog sound waves are converted into digital sound waves and are produced from digital speakers. The speaker cables serve as connectors between the input devices and the speaker. Computers and other audio devices will need compatible cables to be able to connect with the speakers and produce amplified sound. The speaker mount are speaker accessories that act as support. They are needed to properly place and hold speakers so they can function properly. There are wall mounts and brackets for the ceiling. Different mounts are needed for different sizes and location for placement. The speaker stand is commonly used in surround systems and these are speaker accessories that help position the speaker devices efficiently. These are usually adjustable. The speaker rigging comprises the support system of speakers. Normally, if there is not rigging provided, the speakers are simply stacked on top of the other on stage.