LyxPro SPA-5.5 Small PA/Speaker Monitor
- 125w RMS 150w peak speaker with class D amplifier, 3 channel mixer and 3 band equalizer
- +48V phantom power supply for condenser microphones
- XLR, ¼” RCA and 3.5mm (1/8”) inputs (stereo cd mp3)
- Instrument switch for direct connection of instruments
- Can be used as a PA speaker, monitor, guitar amp or karaoke – can be mounted on a microphone stand
LyxPro SPA5.5 Speaker/Monitor
LyxPro SPA5.5 is a small and light weighted powerful compact active speaker, w/ Class-D amplifier, its perfect for vocal and instrument monitoring.
The SPA5.5 includes all parts to mount it on a mic stand for portability and space saving.
The SPA5.5 gives you 150w (125w RMS power) of clear sound, whenever you need a public address system.
can be daisy chained to multiple speakers for large public announcements.
Includes phantom power supply for condenser microphones.
3-channel Mixer with 3-band EQ
Switchable mic/line inputs, RCA and 3.5mm aux (1/8” auxiliary) inputs for CD, MP3, music players, keyboards, etc.
Tune and control the sound easily with the 3-band EQ (bass, mid, treble).
Phantom power supply
XLR, ¼” inputs
Instrument direct connection switch
RCA, Aux inputs
XLR Thru connection
Mounts on mic stand
Strong durable construction
Power on/off switch
125W RMS power 150W peak
Line1/Line 2 input
MIC: -30dBu ± 2dBu
Line: -10dBu ± 2dBu
Line 3 RCA input: -10dBu ± 2dBu
MIC: 0 DbU ± 2dBu
Line: 0 DbU ± 2dBu
Frequency response (MIC input to AMP out): 20Hz – 20kHz ± 3dB
Phantom power: +48V
Compression 20 dBu
Input impedance: 20K Ω
Channel level control: ∞ ~ +30dB
Max. Input level: 20dB
High (12kHz): 15dB ± 3dB
Mid (2.5kHz): 15dB ± 3dB
Low (80Hz): 15dB ± 3dB
Through XLR, MIC/Line switchable
Main-in: XLR, 1/4" TRS
Max. SPL: 114dB SPL @ 1M
Frequency response: 80Hz – 14kHz (-10dB); 100Hz – 10Khz (-3dB)
Dynamic EQ: Processor controlled
Power: Input voltage: 100V – 240V AC (T 3.15 A H 250V)
Power consumption: 180W max.
Dimensions: 13.5" x 11.8" x 9"
Weight: 6.1 lbs.
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