Sunburst Gear MM1P Compact Portable All-In-One PA Speaker System
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|Speaker Type||Speaker Systems|
|Product Dimensions||8.75 x 7.25 x 11.5 inches; 15 Pounds|
About this item
- Three-Channel Mixer with XLR/Line, Stereo Line, and AUX input with individual level controls
- Cabinet is made with MDF for high fidelity sound, Bi-Amplified design to provide maximum sound clarity
- Class D Amplifier and Energy Star compliant Class V Adaptor, operates with 12VDC car socket adapter (cable included)
- Pole Receptacle for mounting on to any 35mm stand
- Designed and Assembled in the USA
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Sunburst Gear's MM1P Compact Portable All-in-One PA Speaker System Sunburst Gear's MM1P Compact Portable All-in-One PA Speaker System features a 4 inch woofer that is paired with a 1 inch tweeter to provide maximum clarity. This light weight speaker's cabinet is constructed with MDF for high fidelity sound can be powered from the car (charger included). Other features included are mounted POTs/Jacks, metals chassis, one microphone/instrument input with pan/level control, one AUX input with level control, two 1/4" TRS line inputs with level control, 3-band EQ, mix volume control, built-in handle, built-in 35mm pole-receptacle, and a line-level output to daisy chain additional powered speakers for larger areas. MM1P is speaker that is an amplifier and mixer, all in a compact, portable design that doesn't compromise on sound. Designed and assembled in California, USA.
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But the coolest thing is that this is now my go-to everything speaker. I use it for listening to music, NPR, whatever I was using my little DK Knight (Jambox knockoff) for and it sounds better than my Altec Lansing iPod dock. I didn't bother paying more for the bluetooth and rechargeable battery since I already had the big speaker with the same features, but now I wish maybe I did so that I could have the option of taking this baby camping or to the beach. So, I use the aux input with a $1 cable to connect it to my iPhone. Old school but it actually sounds better for music because there's no bluetooth compression.