B-52 ACT-1515X Active Dual 15 Inch Two Way 1000 Watts Speaker  

Product #606067

45 day price guarantee, 45 day return policy, 100% secure shopping


Item Note:

This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

Similar Items

See All B-52 Powered PA Speakers

Capable of producing rich, clear sound even at extreme levels.

The highly sophisticated compression circuitry in the B-52 ACT-1515X loudspeaker allows for impressively high SPLs while minimizing the risk of damage to either the amplifier or loudspeakers. The ACT amplifier employs sophisticated circuitry including four stages of equalization, a built-in compressor, limiter and short circuit / over-current protection. The B-52 speaker has four-stage equalization network built into the amplifier is the perfect complement to the system's dual 15" loudspeaker components.

  • Made in the USA
  • 1000W RMS
  • 13-ply Baltic birch construction
  • Reinforced internal bracings
  • Heavy-duty scratch-resistant durable black paint finish
  • Aeroports for lower distortion & increased output
  • Titanium compression driver on elliptical wave guide
  • Custom 15" transducers optimized for high output & low distortion
  • 16-gauge perforated steel grille for maximum protection
  • Flared ports for highest available output
  • Dimensions (W" x H" x D"): 21.25 x 48.5 x 18.5
  • Weight: 140 lb.

A perfect speaker for large venue permanent installations or mobile entertainers. Order today!


ACT-1515X Active Dual 15 Inch Two Way 1000 Watts Speaker Specifications:

  • Class H Amplifier with 2-stage power supply
  • 1000 Watts @ 4 Ohms
  • Max system SPL: 136dB
  • Frequency response: 35-19K Hz
  • Max power requirements: @ 120 Volts AC = 5 Amps
  • Max Power Requirements: @ 230 Volts AC = 3 Amps
  • Rated THD: 0.03%
  • Built-in compressor-limiter 4-stage equalization
  • Amplifier S/N ratio = 100dB A-weighted
  • Subsonic filter: 18 dB / Octave @ 30 Hz
  • XLR balanced input & output
  • Amplifier thermal & short circuit protection
  • Signal sensing circuitry with LED indicators
review resources