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Compact. Powerful. Introducing the QSC Compact Powered Loudspeakers.
The brand-new QSC CP series offers high-powered live sound in a stunning lightweight package.
QSC has just announced the QSC Compact Powered Loudspeaker series. This premium range of active PA speakers offers high-powered sounds, a lightweight design, advanced DSP, and premium QSC sound-quality. All this is packaged in a compact, lightweight body that you can carry in to any event.
Portable, Powerful, Precise
QSC has packaged its premium sound technology into a portable line of powered loudpseakers with the CP Series.
The CP series is targeted at entertainers of all kinds, as well as educators, institutions and houses of worship. Any venue or performer that requires a single-box PA will find the CP Series a zero-fuss solution for achieving great sound. 1000 watts of built-in amplification are controlled with an advanced DSP, giving you clear and powerful sound for any occasion.
For larger systems, the CP series can become part of your complete setup, whether you choose to mount it on a speaker pole, as a floor monitor, or even as a musical instrument amplifier. Permanent installations can be achieved with the optional hardware adapters.
Entertainers and performers will appreciate the all-in-one nature of the CP Series. The rear control panel offers up to three input sources (mic/line, line and music playback), letting you blend your instruments, microphones and backing tracks straight out of the box. QSC's Directivity Matched Transition (DMT) technology ensures your sound is projected with consistent frequency response across the entire audio coverage for clear and even sound.
"High performance, superior quality and lasting reliability" are the hallmarks of the QSC brand. With the latest ultra-compact form factor of the CP Series, these same tenets are now accessible to touring entertainers, venues, and anybody needing a lightweight, portable sound solution.
See the complete range of QSC Live Sound Equipment at Gear4music.
By Matt Wilkinson
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