The Kustom KPX112PM powered monitor cabinet packs a lot of value into an affordable package. This full-range cab offers fantastic audio quality. A specially voiced crossover maintains clear separation... Click To Read More About This Product
The Kustom KPX112PM powered monitor cabinet packs a lot of value into an affordable package. This full-range cab offers fantastic audio quality. A specially voiced crossover maintains clear separation of frequencies for crisp detailed sound reproduction. The cabinet's 12" woofer delivers punchy low frequencies, while the horn reproduces all the clear high-end tones.
The KPX112PM is equipped with two Balanced parallel input jacks (one XLR and one ¼") that accommodate line-level devices (not microphones) as well as a Balanced Line Out (1/4"), which allows additional Powered cabinets to be connected. The KPX series has been designed to withstand years of active duty with sturdy metal grilles, stout handles, and a high-quality, heavy-duty finish. The cabs also offer 30-, 60-, and 90-degree positioning, along with a 1-3/8" pole mount insert.
Full-range powered monitors
12" low-frequency driver
Two balanced parallel inputs
Balanced lin output
Rugged, sturdy build quality
30-, 60-, and 90-degree positioning angles
RMS outputt: 100 watts
Speaker: 12" with horn
Input (*): XLR & Balanced/Unbalanced 1/4"
(*) Line-Level, not for microphones)
Output (*): 1/4" Line Level
(*) Additional cabinets must be self-powered)
Frequency Response: 60Hz-20kHz
Sensitivity (SPL): 96dB 1W/1M
Crossover Frequency: 5kHz
Dimensions (HxWxD): 549 mm x 391 mm x 395 mm, 21.61" x 15.39" x 15.55"
Weight: 15.5kg, 34.2 lb.
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Comments about Kustom PA KPX112PM 12" Powered Monitor Pair:
Great for the smaller bands (like us). These were priced about right for our budget. Initially pretty disappointed in the muffled sound and bad tone. We added an equalizer and that solved it. Best application is indoor smaller venues as these have a lot of 'hush' noise so you'll need to keep the volume fairly low at the unit. All in all they're a good investment for our band, just know that you should add an EQ to your order if you don't already have one.