The 15" Mackie SRT215 is a 1600W powered PA speaker that’s portable, versatile, and simple to use. It can function as a main PA in a wide variety of positions, with a pair able to cover an audience up to 250. The onboard DSP processing, 4-input mixer, and LCD interface with easy-to-use presets help working presenters, musicians, instructors, performers, and A/V providers get powerful, clean, and clear sound quickly.
The SRT215 is compatible with the SRT Connect App, which provides wireless control to all adjustment settings including EQ, levels, and presets. Additionally, two SRT speakers can be linked together for music streaming applications plus complete control over both speakers, allowing for stereo or dual zone linking modes.
The speaker provides 90 x 60° coverage and 133 dB of continuous SPL—plenty of volume for smaller venues including houses of worship, conference centers, performance spaces, and meeting rooms. The highly efficient 1600W Class-D amplifier powers the horn-loaded high-frequency driver and 15” woofer, providing crisp, detailed sound with a wide frequency range from 20 kHz down to 42 Hz.
Three independent inputs are on the back. Inputs 1 and 2 feature combo XLR-1/4" connectors and are capable of accepting a microphone, line, or Hi-Z level input, while inputs 3/4 feature a stereo 3.5mm TRS auxiliary input for connecting portable audio devices including phones and MP3 players.
Individual gain controls on the inputs allow the speaker to function as a 3-channel mixer. Combine two microphones for presentations, or combine a mic, instrument, and backing tracks for singer/songwriter gigs. All the PA speakers in the SRT Series can also be used as floor monitors, giving them added versatility.
Inputs 1 and 2 also feature XLR Thru-Outputs for daisy-chaining to additional speakers or other audio equipment. All three mono inputs are mixed to a mono signal internally and are passed-thru the Mix Out XLR connector. For a true stereo L/R operation, two SRT215s are needed with each to receive independent the left and right signals respectively.