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HP215 Powered Loudspeaker

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Like all the Harbinger HP Series powered loudspeakers, the HP215 delivers outstanding clarity, sound, power, and value for any portable PA application. It features dual 15" speakers, a 1-3/4" compress... Read More

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Overview

Like all the Harbinger HP Series powered loudspeakers, the HP215 delivers outstanding clarity, sound, power, and value for any portable PA application. It features dual 15" speakers, a 1-3/4" compression HF driver, and powers them with an 850W Class G amplifier. It's a system that will provide live bands, DJs, or presenters with concert- level sound night after night. Features include custom signal processing, comprehensive protection circuitry, advanced acoustic components, and rugged birch cab construction with polemount hardware. Controls include level knob, low-cut filter switch, ground lift, and power switches. The HP Series 2-way speakers are simple to use and easy to configure as standalone speakers or as components in an expanded system.

Features
  • Dual 15" 2-way powered loudspeaker
  • Concert sound power in a portable loudspeaker
  • 850W of Class G LF amplification in a biamp design
  • Integrated signal processing
Specifications
  • Transducers:
  • Low Frequency: SP-1500 - 15" speaker with 2.5" voice coil
  • High Frequency: COMP-4-CLB - PETP film compression driver with 1.75" voice coil
  • LF Magnet Weight: 42 oz.
  • LF Magnet Structure Weight: 7 lb.
  • Frequency Range: 47Hz-20kHz
  • Frequency Response: 58Hz-18kHz
  • High-Frequency Dispersion: 90° x 40°
  • Maximum peak SPL: 134dB
  • Power Output: LF: 500Wrms Class G, HF: 90Wrms Class AB+B
  • Maximum total burst power (Based on unclipped sine-wave rms voltage): 850W
  • Input Impedance: 20kOhm balanced, 10kOhm Unbalanced
  • Electronic Crossover: 4th order
  • Low Cut Filter (switchable): 3rd order Butterworth @ 100Hz
  • Controls: Level knob
  • Low-cut filter switch
  • Ground lift switch
  • Power switch
  • AC fuse
  • 115/230V switch
  • Indicators: Power, Protect, Limit, Signal
  • Cooling: Convection
  • Amplifier Protection: Short circuit, Clip-limiter, Overheat mute, SOA output stage, Driver DC protection, Subsonic filter, Turn-on mute and soft ramp, Turn-on in-rush current limiting
  • Power Consumption @ 115Vac/230Vac: 3A/1.5A
  • (1/8 power pink noise): 300VA
  • Connectors: Balanced female XLR input, Balanced male XLR link output
  • Input Sensitivity (level control in fully clockwise position): 775mV (0dBu)
  • Enclosure: Black Warnex painted birch plywood
  • Hardware: Metal handles, Rubber feet
  • Grille: Powdercoated 16-gauge steel
  • Dimensions: 44.5"H x 18"W x 19"D (1130mm x 457mm x 483mm)
  • Weight: 89 lb./40.5kg
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4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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4.0

Overheating Issue

By David Estioco

from Staten Island, NY

I agree with all the 5 starred reviews on here, they are quite powerful and just very dependable and reliable (so far, I've been DJing with these for over a year now). However, one of the main issues that I've encountered is heating. The grills on the back get very hot if used over an extended period of time. As a DJ, I'm constantly bumpin music for 4 hours at times and there are times (depending on the room temp) that the speaker just shut off and I can only assume it was overheating because the heat sink can literally burn you if you touch it. I found a simple DIY solution where I just put a mini fan right behind it directly pointing at the back of the speaker. I guess this is more of a warning for some but overall, I really like them. They look professional and sturdy.

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5.0

For the value - these are Awesome

By bmo

from Chandler, AZ

Ok, I don't usually provide a product review on products I purchase but this one I had to do it. Originally I was going to puchase the QSC brand, but after listening between those and the Harbinger - the sound quality was not any different based on what I heard. So I took a chance on the pair, which saved me $$$. I got these from Guitar Center in Tempe, Az. At the gig, it was very easy to setup with my Presonus StudioLive mixer that had my previous gig settings (simple recall on the board). The overall sound was great, with very positive feedback from the audience. No cliping at all. I am very happy with my purchase and looking forward for our next gig.

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5.0

Not JUST loud, but clear!

By DJC

from East Peoria, IL

I bought two of these recently and I'm never looking back! I was playing a 10,000 square foot room, I had the gains on the speakers at 25% and I never got my mixer over 40%. They're VERY powerful. And even with all that volume, I never once saw a clip or limiter light blink. They were plenty of sound without stressing even a little. I'm using these paired with two HP118S subwoofers and the whole package is a total winner. 2x HP215 & 2x HP118S and you've got concert PA sound at speaker-on-a-stick price.

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