The Alto Black Series 12" 2-Way 2400W Loudspeaker with Wireless Connectivity is a versatile loudspeaker that can be used with touring rigs, or as permanent installations. The loudspeaker features 2400W of peak power.
It comes with a 12" transducer, 1.75” high-frequency driver, and 2400W of Class D power. Designed and tuned in the U.S.A., the loudspeaker comes optimized with a 90 x 60° coverage field and a high-frequency waveguide, which has been crafted to deliver optimal sonic impact, creating an energized atmosphere of sound.
The loudspeakers also come equipped with wireless technology and can be controlled with Alto Professional Live Drive wireless speaker app. You’ll be able to level-match, adjust EQ and compression, and time-align. The Black Series puts active live sound control at your fingertips. Using the app on your iPad or iPhone, you can adapt the speakers to new venues or tweak settings remotely from any corner of the room. The loudspeakers offer streamlined, sound-shaping capabilities at your fingertips.
The speakers are precise, fine-tuned, and sturdy. Even the rubber feet are reinforced with steel, making them suitable for touring rigs, mobile DJs and other on-the-road applications. The Black Series has a heavy-duty plywood cabinet, which is covered in a rugged, durable scratch-resistant finish. The speaker is lightweight and portable with comfortable, custom-molded handles. The Black Series loudspeakers are suitable for installation in amphitheaters, clubs, as well as for other venues and applications. Each speaker comes with 6 M10 rigging points for overhead suspension.
2400 Watts peak Class D power (1200 Watts continuous)
Unrivaled acoustic accuracy via advanced engineering and design
Works with free Live Drive app for wireless sound-shaping control
Wirelessly level-match, EQ, delay-compensation, and more
12" LF transducer, 1.75” HF driver with 1" acoustic aperture, 90° x 60° coverage field
DSP-controlled active crossover and dynamic thermal protection
HF waveguide, computer-designed for optimized audience coverage