The Kustom KPX110P powered speaker cabinet packs a lot of value into a compact, affordable package. This full-range cabinet offers fantastic audio qu...Click To Read More About This Product
A pair of 10" powered speakers at a working musician's price.
The Kustom KPX110P powered speaker cabinet packs a lot of value into a compact, affordable package. This full-range cabinet offers fantastic audio quality. A specially voiced crossover maintains clear separation of frequencies for crisp, detailed sound reproduction. The cabinet's 10" woofer delivers punchy low frequencies, while the horn reproduces all the clear high tones.
The KPX110P is equipped with two Balanced parallel input jacks (one XLR and one 1/4") 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 a 1-3/8" pole mount insert.
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Comments about Kustom PA KPX110P 10" Powered Speaker Pair:
I was looking for a pair of speakers to use at performances of my jazz trio. We needed amplification for one vocalist, as well as two acoustic guitars (the bass goes through its own amp). Our venues tend to be smaller ones in which we don't need overwhelming power or thumping bass. However, we do need clarity and good projection so we aren't lost in the background noise. Light weight and portability are desirable, as I am the one who sets up and tears down the audio at each gig—and I'm not a young guy with the strength of an Olympic weightlifter.
These speakers seem to fill the bill in all respects, and due to the simplicity of their design, could be used for any application in which line-level audio has to be amplified. The 50 watt rating seems to be realistic, as these units are plenty loud. Frequency response appears to be as claimed as well.
Logistically, these speakers work out well. They can sit on the floor or up on speaker poles. If space is real tight at a gig one speaker can sit on top of the other. There are carrying handles built into both sides of the cabinet, and since each speaker weighs only about 22 pounds, it is possible to carry one in each hand. Construction appears to be durable.
The line-level inputs accept either XLR or quarter-inch connections and there is a line-level output (quarter-inch) for daisy chaining speakers. Although we will not be using the daisy-chaining feature, I did test it to see how it works. The speaker that is connected to the mixer (the "master") must be powered in order for the "slave" to operate. However, the master's gain control has no effect on the slave. If you do daisy-chain, be sure to power the master before the slave so as to avoid any loud transients in the slave—reverse the order to shut down.
Unfortunately, one of the two speakers proved to be defective, as it has some high frequency distortion. The other speaker's sound is crystal-clear. I deducted a star due to the defective unit.
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