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QSC K10 2-Way Powered Speaker - 1000 Watts, 1x10"

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K10
  • Two-way powered speaker with 10-inch woofer
  • 75-degree vertical and horizontal coverage angle
  • 1000-watt continuous Class D power amplifier, via a 2 x 500-watt bi-amped system
  • Combination XLR-1/4" mic/line inputs, RCA inputs, discrete line outputs, plus summed outputs for daisy-chaining
  • V-LOCK locking IEC power cord prevents unintentional unplugging
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QSC K10 2-Way Powered Speaker - 1000 Watts, 1x10" + PYLE-PRO PSTND2 - 6 ft. Tripod Speaker Stand + GLS Audio 25 foot Mic Cable Patch Cords - XLR Male to XLR Female Black Microphone Cables - 25' Balanced Mic Snake Cord - Single
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Product Description

Style: K10

QSC K10 Powered Loudspeaker

The QSC K Series is quite simply the new standard in lightweight powered loudspeaker systems. Under the direction of Pat Quilter, QSC's team of amplifier engineers have created a new standard in Class D power modules unparalleled in the industry. Next, breaking from the traditional loudspeaker paradigm, all full-range models (K8, K10, K12) are fitted with the identical 1.75" HF device for unparalleled performance, regardless of speaker size. Extensive DSP processing is employed throughout, providing levels of sonic clarity and total output that defy the system's size and weight. Premium-grade materials, advanced construction processes and multiple mounting and suspension options allow for a wide range of live and installed applications.

Inputs, Outputs, Mixing and EQ

Combo XLR and 1/4" TRS inputs accept both Mic and Line Level input while a set of RCA phono inputs (except KSub) allow additional connectivity to portable MP3 players, CD players and line-level mixers. Up to three audio sources can be mixed internally and summed to a balanced output for "daisy-chaining" of multiple units. Separate direct outputs are also provided on each channel for additional output flexibility.

On-board switches provide preset EQ settings. The HF setting (full-range models) can be set to VOCAL BOOST for additional presence in the critical mid-frequency area or FLAT for accurate reproduction of the incoming signal. The LF switch can be set to NORM, DEEP for additional bass extension, or EXT SUB (full range models) for use with an external subwoofer. The rear panel LED switch can be set to POWER, illuminating the front-mounted LED when the unit is powered on, OFF for applications where it is not desirable to illuminate the front LED, or LIMIT which indicates to the system operator that the clip limiter circuit has been engaged during operation.

Extensive DSP

DMT (Directivity Matched Transition) provides for matched LF and HF coverage across the entire listening area, eliminating unnatural "dead" or "hot" frequency zones. Intrinsic Correction, first featured in our high-end line-array products, maps 65-75 spatially-averaged measurements to IIR and FIR filters that actively adjust time, frequency and amplitude response to a maximally flat band pass target. The result is a speaker that behaves equally well across the entire sound field. DEEP and excursion limiting allow for extended low-frequency response by actively managing low-frequency transients without degradation of the underlying signal or adjacent frequencies. Finally, GuardRail protection, the same technology introduced on the GX Series amplifiers, protects both the amplifier module and your performance from unnatural and destructive clipping.

Light & Rugged

K Series full-range models are housed in rugged yet light ABS enclosures with a professional appearance that is at home in any application. ABS is a far more robust material than conventional speaker plastics and offers an additional measure of sonic clarity due to its internal rigidity. Ergonomic aluminum handles and a highly protective steel grille complete the package for ease of transport and long term durability.

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Features
  • 10” Woofer; 1.75” diaphragm compression driver
  • 90° Nominal coverage angle
  • Maximum SPL 129 dB peak
  • 1000-watt continuous Class D power
  • Onboard mixer
  • Extensive DSP enhances system performance
  • Attractive and professional appearance
  • Rugged ABS enclosures
  • Functions as a monitor wedge
  • 16-gauge powder coated steel grille
  • Comfortable ergonomic handles
  • 35 mm pole sockets with Tilt-Direct
  • M10 rigging points
  • Eyebolt and Yoke Mount accessories available

Product Details

Style Name: K10
  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 16 x 17 inches ; 32 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 38 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: 9792372326
  • Item model number: K10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,570 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 17, 2009

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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Melanie Arthur on November 8, 2011
Style Name: K10 Verified Purchase
I initially purchased the Mackie SRM450v2 because I am a fan of Mackie's mixer boards. I conducted listening tests and decided it was lackluster. So I went down to a music store and listened to the QSC K8 and K12. I ordered the K10.

I performed repeat listening tests between the K10 and the Mackie SRM450v2 and a pair of 2 way Klipsch 8" bookshelf speakers (my favorite). I also did pink noise spectral analysis using a Behringer ECM8000 calibration microphone connected to a Behringer Ultracurve digital EQ box.

My ears were correct. The SRM 450 is just a good speaker, not great. It has an annoying hyper resonance around 80 hZ, the crossover transition is less than ideal (confirmed by my real time spectral analyzer), and the deep bass is loose and sometimes slightly distorted. At the end of the day the sound from the speaker is simply not very "musical." The mid-frequencies lacked detail which is something on my "must have" list. The SRM 450 was VERY loud and the HF driver had very good dispersion. The LF driver was mediocre. Plenty of power. Watts is not an issue here.

The QSC K8, K10, K12 all sound the same. The only difference between them is small variations in dispersion pattern, and low end extension. The K10 and K12 have built in wedges for floor monitor use whereas the K8 does not. The first thing my ears noticed with the K10 was the speaker was much more "musical" sounding and there was much more detail in the mid-frequencies. Additional listing indicated the low end bass was tight with much less distortion. The DEEP setting extended the bass frequency response of the speaker in a very nice fashion without artificial EQ boost, but with what appears to be more tight servo control feedback. Power was ample and the speaker is very very loud.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Sunn Kram on October 18, 2011
Style Name: K10
I have been using QSC K10s for close to a couple of years now. I am a solo performer, playing a variety of styles from acoustic singer-songwriter stuff to loop-driven electro-rock. I typically play bars and have probably used these for nearly 100 gigs at this point.

3 K10s along with an Allen & Heath ZED-10FX Four Mono Mic/Lines with 2 Active D.I., 3 Stereo Line Inputs and Onboard Effects mixer make up my whole system, using two as mains and one as a monitor. My previous system was a powered Mackie box and passive 12" speakers by Community and Yamaha.

I have thus far been thrilled with the significant sound improvement I have experienced. The volume and clarity that these 10" speakers produce is truly impressive. To give you an idea, I generally play rooms that are one to two thousand square feet in size and rarely turn my mains up much past 50%. At 60-75% levels (with mixer meters peaking around the zero mark) the music will cut through even the rowdiest bar noise.

One thing that's great about this 10" model is the throw. With a super-wide 90 degree dispersion angle, sound fills out the space up close within a few feet, depending on placement (I prefer getting them up as high as possible on stands and using the clever 7.5 degree tilt function). The dispersion angle is also matched between the woofer and tweeter so you're never hearing just one or the other. 90 degrees is ideal for tight performance areas where you want people right in front of you to hear everything.

The trade-off here is that levels decrease quickly as you step back from the speakers. You can hear a significant difference as you get more than twenty or thirty feet away.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JamesCA on October 7, 2013
Style Name: K10 Verified Purchase
I had the opportunity to hear the QSC K8, K10, and K12 in the QSC demo room in Costa Mesa, California. The sound from the K10 and K12 were nearly identical--very full sounding at high output levels, as well as when simply acting as a low level amplified speaker in a small room or venue--maintaining crispness, clarity, and low-end response. The K8 definitely needs to work in conjunction with a sub-base or as a fill with a full-range cabinet, which is how QSC markets that product. Due to the smaller size of the K10, it is generally preferred over the K12 and is why I selected the K10.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By imgruenen on March 23, 2013
Style Name: K10 Verified Purchase
I can only compare these with the Yamaha DXR (?) series. I own both, being a two keyboard household. I prefer this one, but both sound great. The QSC is extremely well built and goes into low power mode when it should.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 31, 2013
Style Name: K10 Verified Purchase
that this small, compact unit could live up to reviews I read before my purchase. As a proud owner, this unit simply leaves the competition in the dust. A professional performer told me, buy the QSC K10 and you will never want to "move Up" again. He was right.
The unit exceeds my expectations. QSC left nothing out. The unit is superb.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carlos Corona Jr. on March 20, 2015
Style Name: K10
I own 2 of these, 2 EV ELX 115p's and 2 KW181. The EV's were my first set of speakers but I haven't used the in a gig since I have purchased the k10's. For small gigs I us 2 k10's and a sub and for bigger gigs I use 2 subs.

The 15's are just to heavy and the handles suck. These K10's are fantastic. Specially with the totes.

Build vs the EV's (I have owned the 12's {EV's} but sold them) have pro's on both sides. The mids are better on the 15's but the hi's are better on the 10's. The cons are the EV's chip if you are not careful but the QSC's scratch on the sides and top. Because of the size of the woofers the 15's sound so much better by themselves but sound harsh at higher volumes with the High's but the the 10's fall apart at the low end at close to peak but maintain the High's.

I do keep the 15's just in case I need a second set for a ceremony or for remote audio.

The main reason I purchased for buying the K10's.

Weight, warranty and size!

I do not own a van but own a small/midsize SUV and I can fit all 6 speakers in there but the K10s I can carry one in each hand. The EV 15's handles are terrible (The ZLX are better but do not go as loud.. fellow DJ had them) making them hard to position, carry and place anywhere. The footprint of the K10's are fantastic! If you own a car the size of a dodge Neon they will be no problem by them selves.

I have not tried the Yamaha's, have tried the Harbingers (Garbage), EV ELX 12's were cool but build, Mackies srm 450 sound way harsh when pushed.

I bring up the other brands because given the price of these are higher. Try other sites and you might get a deal on these.

All I can say at the end is I am happy paying the premium for these speakers. 6yr warranty vs 3 of the EV's, weight...weight.... weight.... and size... size.... size.
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