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Mackie Thump TH-15A 2-Way Powered Loudspeaker

4.0 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • • 400W of ultra-efficient Class-D Fast RecoveryTM amplification o LF 300W peak power (150W RMS) o HF 100W peak power (50W RMS)
  • • High-output transducers o 15" high-precision woofer o 1" compression driver
  • • Mackie Active electronics provide total system optimization o Precision 2-way crossover o Transducer time-alignment
  • • User-adjustable 3-band contour EQ with sweepable mid-frequency
  • • Extremely lightweight and portable (36 lbs)
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Product Description

Designed by the same team that produced the SRM450v2, the Mackie Thump TH-15A delivers 400-watts of chest-pounding power via Class-D Fast Recovery™ amplification. Mackie Active electronics optimizes the system for amazing performance. And since it can be pole-mounted or used as a wedge, TH-15A represents the best value available for a complete stage solution.

Product Information

Item Weight 29 pounds
Product Dimensions 17 x 17.5 x 29 inches
Shipping Weight 40.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Item model number TH15A
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4.0 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #81,669 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#303 in Musical Instruments > Live Sound & Stage > Monitors, Speakers & Subwoofers > Speakers > Powered Cabinets
#27,070 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment
Date first available at Amazon.com July 16, 2004

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I have now had my Mackies for about four months. For me they are perfect (so far).My partner and I have a "midi assisted" duo" and play small to medium size clubs each week. I have been using a pair if Behringer active 12 inch speakers on stands for a few years and a Peavey cabinet driven by a separate power amp. The lows were not really clear on the Peavey cabinet (with a JBL speaker in it) driven by a QSC amp. I am replaceing it with the Mackie Thumps. The lows are now very clear and it has quite a bit of power (more than I need right now).That eliminates carrying the heavy Peavey cabinet and the QSC power amp I was lugging around.
The Mackie is actually a bit lighter than my much smaller Behringer speakers. So far I am very pleased. A few weeks ago we played a very large room going 50/50 with a DJ who also used our system. We were playing for several hundred people (300-400). The Mackies worked great. No break up or distortion and I was pleased that I never had to turn them up more than half way. Great purchase at a great price.

(FYI Note: One reviewer wrote that "Mackie bought Tapco". Tapco stands for Technical Audio Products Company a company which was founded by Greg Mackie in 1969. In 1977 he left Tapco after selling TAPCO Corp. to Electro Voice. Mackie started another company called Audio Control that only lasted a few years. Greg Mackie started Mackie Designs in 1988. By 2003 Mackie also started making mixers under the old TAPCO name once again. The first mixer in 2003, was the Tapco 6306 which actually came out as "Tapco by Mackie". The bottom line is Mackie didn't buy Tapco (the name was no longer in use), Greg Mackie just started using his old company's name on some modals made by Mackie Corp.
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I have owned a pair of Mackie THUMP TH15As for a year now. These Mackie's give a really nice sound - good quality low bass (no subwoofer needed at modest volume), a mellow mid-range presence, and for a pro speaker, a smooth and defined top end, all in a relatively light - weight cabinet of 36lbs housing a 15" woofer and 1" compression high driver. Mackie claims a quite good frequency response of 50Hz to 18.5KHz +/- 3db, and as an experienced audio man, I would say this is probably a fair reflection of their performance. I am not a huge fan of EQs, but for powered PA purposes, I like the 3-level EQ with adjustable midrange focus frequency that is on these. I think the good quality sound may at least in part be the result of the amplification design within the TH15A - class D below the 3KHz crossover point, and class AB above.

But inevitably for their price point, there is a limitation. The TH15A is not well suited for high-volume applications - they will not comfortably go very loud. The relevant specs bear this out (Amplifier peak power - 300W below crossover and 100W above it; Sustained SPL - high of 118db). I actually give Mackie credit for being honest and accurate with their specs compared to so many manufacturers, especially those producing the less expensive products, where the claimed figures so often stretch credibility. Using my pair of TH15As for a gig on a fair-sized cruise boat the other night, playing lively background music for about 200 people on the bow, they were sounding great but then the overload lights started to flash at a level that I would describe as 'just about getting to party volume'.

If you plan to use it only where it can perform comfortably, the Mackie TH15A will do you proud - at a very attractive price.
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For most DJ events 50 to 400 people in size you will not find a better speaker than these right here. They are light, versatile and efficient but they pack a powerful punch. They are FAR superior to any bargain brands on ebay, or any other comparably priced powered PA such as American Audio, Gemini, Harbinger, Behringer, Pyle and have better bass than the lower powered JBL Eon speakers too!!! Price is a screaming bargain for the quality of the sound. There is NO BETTER VALUE ON THE PLANET THAN THESE SPEAKERS!!! I have had a DJ come from the next room just to see what speakers I was driving because they "sound so great".

Clients always love the sound quality. Now for my back they are great too. 32 pounds is music to my back and it will be to yours too. DJs have to be able to go places with gear, sometimes hard to get to places.

I have exceptional hearing which at concerts is a curse because the volume levels and distortion at nearly every concert I have ever been to are painful to my ears. The Mackies give you bass you can feel without the necessity to drive them to ear piercing volume levels.

If you are really rich, playing really huge venues, or really deaf you need a very loud speaker like the 1000 watt $1000 + QSC K series speakers. The Mackies are a much better value!!! They have unbelievable bass at up to pretty loud levels. I used four Mackie thumps at an outdoor event in Trinity park in Fort Worth for a Charity walk with about 1500 people in attendance and they sounded fine, clear and strong enough for moderate music levels for these folks furthest away at about 100 yards. Up close the music is loud enough for those that want to dance etc. If you are a band wanting to play really loud for a group of 500 or more folks you need more power. But for my needs the Mackies are the perfect tool for the job.
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