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Alto ships Truesonic self-powered speakers with wireless connectivity

Truesonic TS112W powered speakers Launched in January 2102, Alto Professional started shipping the TS112W and TS115W shortly ahead of Winter NAMM 2013 where the final production models for installed and mobile applications will be showcased. The powerful self-contained 2-way speakers provide bluetooth connectivity and therefore allow to amplify audio delivered via a smartphone or a tablet computer - however, two balanced combo jack (XLR/TRS) inputs with level control and one loop out (XLR) are offered for wiring up using traditional cabels.
Designed and tuned in the USA, the Truesonic Wireless TS112W and TS115W are two-way 12” and 15” models respectively plus a 1" HF neodymium driver. With 800 watts of Class D power and maximum SPL of 125 dB for the TS112W and 126 dB for the TS115W, the speakers are suitable for a range of applications including live sound reinforcement, bars, clubs, schools, gyms, houses of worship, whether you use them in a permanent sound reinforcement installation or as portable PA. Every active Truesonic speaker benefits from an integrated Class D amplifier, which is highly efficient and runs cooler than other kinds of amps.
The speakers a ready to be flown, pole mounted or being used as floor monitors. All Truesonic speakers feature standard 36mm pole mounting insets on the bottom. The 12" models come from the factory with five M10 rigging points, the 15" models come standard with six M10 rigging points.
Every Truesonic speaker comes with a complete front grille from top to bottom.
Further features include a contour EQ-switch, a clip limiter with red LED, a ground lift switch, thermal and driver protection, a frequency range (-10 dB) of 54Hz-20 kHz, frequency response (±3 dB) of 65Hz-19 kHz, -6 dB nominal coverage of 80°/100°H x 60°V), and Bluetooth (A2DP)connectivity with a range of about 10m (30').
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