PD PD612A 12" Professional Active PA Speaker 800W

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PD PD612A 12" Professional Active PA Speaker 800W
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( BBA2025 )

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Regular Price £409.00 Special test Price £389.00
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Key Features

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  • Professional active PA speaker with DSP
  • 800W maximum power and bi-amplified design
  • Built-in active 2-way crossover with a 12-inch woofer and a tweeter
  • DSP with four selectable modes to optimise performance
  • XLR, RCA and 6.3mm inputs to connect audio sources and a microphone
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Product Description

Are you looking for a powerful, versatile speaker for your next event? Look no further than the Power Dynamics PD612A 12-inch active PA speaker. This 800W bi-amplified speaker is one of the best speakers on the market, making it a popular choice with DJs, performers and bar/club installations. With its built-in 2-way active crossover, 12-inch woofer and 1.35-inch titanium compression driver, it will make your event stand out from the crowd.

You won’t be disappointed with the sound of this active-powered speaker. With its 800W maximum output, bi-amplified design and two-way active crossover system with a separate woofer and tweeter, you can be assured of an exceptional audio performance. In addition, an inbuilt digital signal processor with four selectable options; Flat, Contour, Voice, and DJ means the output will be optimised to suit different uses.

Furthermore, the active speaker includes a range of connectivity options, allowing you to connect a microphone and any external audio equipment. The speaker has an inbuilt 6.3mm Jack, XLR, and RCA input, and additionally an XLR output to connect an additional speaker if desired.

In addition to being used as a loudspeaker, the PD612A powered PA speaker is also perfect as a stage monitor, as it features an angled design. Alternatively, it can be easily mounted on a speaker stand, as it has a 35mm top hat. Moreover, the unit is built to last, with extremely sturdy plywood housing and a strong rubber coating.

The PD612A 12-inch active PA speaker is the perfect choice for DJs and performers looking for a high-quality performance. With its 800W max output, preset options, bi-amplifier and two-way active crossover system, this speaker is guaranteed to wow your audience.

Key Details

  • Professional active PA speaker with DSP perfect for DJs and events
  • 800W maximum power and bi-amplified design providing high-quality sound reproduction
  • Built-in active 2-way crossover with a separate 12-inch woofer and 1.35-inch tweeter
  • DSP with four selectable modes to optimise performance; Flat, Contour, Voice, and DJ
  • XLR, RCA and 6.3mm inputs to connect a variety of audio sources and a microphone
  • 35mm tophat for straightforward mounting on a speaker stand
  • 2-year extended warranty

FEATURES
Features
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  • 400W Bi-amplified 12" speaker
  • 1.35" Titanium compression driver
  • Line and mic input
  • Built-in 2-way active crossover
  • 4 Preset EQ settings
  • Efficient class-D amplifier
  • Angled design for use as stage monitor
  • 35mm socket for tripod or pole-mounting
  • Plywood housing with strong rubber coating
  • Furnished with fly points.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Output power: Max: 800W
  • Output power: 400W
  • Output power: RMS: 300W
  • Amplifier type: Bi-amp Class D+AB
  • Diameter tweeter: 1.35"
  • Diameter woofer: 12"
  • Voice coil: 2.5"
  • Frequency response : 45 - 20.000 Hz
  • Dispersion: 90 degree x 60 degree
  • Impedance: 4 Ohm
  • Sensitivity: 98dB
  • Crossover frequency: 2.5kHz
  • SPL max: 124dB
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 400 x 380 x 620mm
  • Weight: 20.6500
  • MPN: 178.972
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Customer Reviews
Product Questions
Is this rechargeable? Or do you need to connect to electricity at all times?
Question by: Alison Mason on 1 Jan 2022, 11:20
You will need to plug this into the mains
Answer by: Brandon Greaves on 4 Jan 2022, 10:30