PRX425 dual fifteen-inch, two-way is the perfect choice for DJ’s and bands who need low-frequency extension from the convenience of a stand-alone cabinet. Dual 15" two-way design 90° x 50° coverage Heavy Duty 16 gauge protective screen backed steel grille Tough DuraFlex™ enclosure finish SonicGuard™ protects the highfrequency driver from excess power without interrupting the performance. Frequency Range : 55 Hz – 19 kHz Frequency Response : 75 Hz – 16 kHz Coverage Pattern : 90° x 50° nominal System Sensitivity : 100 dB SPL ([email protected]) Power Rating, Pink Noise : 600 W / 1200 W / 2400 W (Continuous/Program/Peak) Rated Maximum SPL : 134 dB SPL peak Nominal Impedance : 4 ohms Dimensions (H x W x D): : 1044 mm x 429 mm x 521 mm (41.1" x 16.9" x 20.5") Net Weight : 33.5 kg (74 lbs.)
W Audio XTR 1500 Amplifier
2 x 750W RMS @ 4Ω
2 x 500W RMS @ 8Ω
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz±1.0dB
Input sensitivity: 0.775V / 1.0V / 1.44V
Protection circuits: Thermal, short circuit, overload, DC fault protection and AC power supply fuse
LED indicators: Power, protect and clip
Input connections: 2 x phono sockets, 2 x 1/4” jack sockets
Output connections: 2 x locking speaker connectors, 2 pairs of binding posts
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I thought I would write this review to help others as I couldn't see any reviews for it. I paired it up with two Behringer 15inch eurolive passive speakers rayed at 250w RMS at 8 ohms. The amp kicks out 500w per channel at 8 ohms so there is plenty of headroom for the speakers. In a nutshell they sound great, the amp provides plenty of power. You do need to set the amp volume to max and then dial it back slightly for protection, but as long as you do t keep clipping the levels in the red everything is excellent. I would recommend the amp to mobile djs or a smaller venue. I have been gigging for over 30 years and have had many speaker set ups in the past so I like to think that I know what I'm talking about. I complement this with a pair of Mackie Thump 12 bst as monitors and for what I need them for I would recommend. DJ Kit delivered them when they said and I use them as my go to hardware provider for their reliability. Thanks guys!