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Alto TS110A 600W 10" 2-Way Active Speaker
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      Alto TS110A 600W 10" 2-Way Active Speaker (H80276)
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Convenience, control and 600W of power in a lightweight package.

This Alto TS110A is a 600W two-way active speaker. You'll find two Mic/Line combo inputs with independent volume controls and XLR output to link speakers. It's lightweight and is stand and pole-mountable or flyable so it's easy to take any and everywhere. Featuring a Ground Lift switch, accurate audience coverage and a contour switch for increased EQ control.

Alto TS110A 600W 10" 2-Way Active Speaker Features:

  • 600 WattsClass D power
    10” low-frequency transducer, 1” neodymium driver
    Two Mic/Line combo inputs with independent volume controls
    XLR output to link speakers
    Lightweight, trapezoidal cabinet with handle
    Stand and pole-mountable or flyable
    Clip Limiter with red LED
    Ground Lift switch
    Contour switch for increased EQ control
    Accurate audience coverage, not just on-axis
    Use as traditional upright loudspeaker or as floor wedge monitor
    Designed and tuned in the USA




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  • Pros and Cons

    As reviewed by Edmund Faggioli on 5/20/2013

    I bought the 10? Alto to be a DJ monitor for mobile DJing. I wanted more speaker than I needed. All DJs know that monitors blow when they aren?t loud enough. It was clearer and louder the comparable Berhinger. The Berhinger had a cool feedback filter but I chose the Alto because I didn?t need the filter and I wanted the better sounding, louder Alto. When I first plugged it in and cranked it up the gain on the amp vibrated to the louder mic setting, when in the wedge position. I just taped it in place because I didn?t want to deal with a repair or anything. It worked out fine for my 13 hour on/off DJ performance. It was a hot enough day to make me worry about overheating but it had no problems with that. The Alto gave me enough power to hear though all the stage echoes. It was so loud that the engineer was joking that he was trying to set up his monitors and huge main stage speakers but all he could hear was my little Alto. lol Even though I had to tape the gain on it, I?m willing to overlook that solved problem, and I?m happy with my Alto purchase.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Sometimes, You Actually Get MORE Than What You Pay For

    As reviewed by John Havlicek on 12/15/2012

    First off, I should explain the 5 star rating. I can't really find fault with these speakers, they do exactly what they say they'll do...and they do it very well indeed. People not familiar with how Class D amplification works (so-called "switching amps"), should get themselves up to speed. Most all modern powered speakers use some form of this technology, and many also use at least some DSP as well. The laws of physics being what they are, engineers have had to figure out how to produce ever smaller and lighter speakers that still can produce high SPLs and good fidelity, and this technology is how they've accomplished that. As to the Alto speakers themselves, I bought a pair from GC to use as a stereo keyboard (Korg BX3 organ and Yamaha Motif) rig. Keyboards (especially organ) are some of the most difficult things to amplify cleanly to loud levels, so a lot of headroom is necessary. Keyboards also demand the widest frequency response of any common instrument...so it's a tough situation for any amp. To make things even more difficult, more and more keyboard players want/need/demand portability. Lugging around a large and heavy amp (much less a Leslie) is not fun, and most real-world players don't have their own roadies. Anyway, the Alto TS110A speakers fit the bill perfectly. they are VERY compact and lightweight. They also have very good fidelity and that goes especially for the low end...very tight and well-defined. These little guys really do put out some impressive volume too. It will not sound like 600Watts (each) of a typical rackmount separate power amp puts out...that's the Alto's peak rating. It won't even sound like 300Watts (the Alto's constant rating), but a pair of these things put out a large amount of volume and they sound really good doing so! As for features, you get a basic package here. No tone controls (do that at the source as you should anyway), just a pair of level controls for the two inputs and XLR/TRS combination jacks. I would rather have regular solid XLRs but these seem fine so far. It might seem as though the single handle would be awkward, but in use these things are so small and light that it's all you need. The controls and connections are recessed as they should be to help protect them during use and transportation...over all a very appealing package. I have had zero problems with these little guys so far and they really DO perform in use, easily putting out enough volume to overcome some pretty loud stage ambient noise levels. I don't play metal, but it does get loud up there. Their small size makes them very easy to place and smaller acts in smaller venues could easily use a pair of these as mains. I can't say anything about Alto standing behind their products because I (fortunately) haven't needed support. I'm going to get another pair of these to use as floor wedges and/or "spots-sidefills" on stands. They are significantly better than the other well-known brands that compete at this end of the price spectrum. VERY good value here!

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Amazing sound and build quality for the money!

    As reviewed by stephen cloud on 8/17/2012

    I have a pair of the larger 12" models, and love them! I wanted a powered speaker to run my Line 6 POD HD500 through. This speaker fit the bill perfectly! Great sound, great volume! It also tilts back for use as a monitor. Hands down better than the Behringer, Thump, and Harbinger models that I demoed alongside this one.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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