The SSE is a new enclosure series featuring high power ratings with custom components, a sleek look and a unique, snap-in metal grille. The SSE 10 is a twoway system featuring the highly cclaimed Peavey 14XT titanium compression driver with the diverse Sound Guard IV tweeter protection network and a maximumperformance 10" woofer for a smooth response. The SSE 10 is rated at 400 Watts program and 800 Watts peak. This lightweight speaker system is ideal for smaller venues where space is at a premium. Connections are made using a four-pin Neutrik® Speakon® or paralleled two-position terminal block for additional cabinets. The SSE 10 incorporates flying points on the top of the unit and mounting points on the bottom for utilizing the Peavey VersaMount70 mounting bracket. Features: - Two-way sound reinforcement enclosure - Designed for permanent install - Available in three finishes: black, off-white or natural - Premium 10" woofer - Peavey 14XTí_í titanium compression driver - Sound Guardí_í IV tweeter protection network - Seven flying points (six 3/8" for suspension and one 1/4" for angle adjustment) - Mounting point for VersaMountí_í 70 bracket - 13 mm Birch plywood construction - 400 Watts program/800 Watts peak power handling - 80 Hz to 17 kHz - 95 dB at 1W/1m - 8 Ohms

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  • Sanctuary SSE-10 Monitor
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  • White

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Bill's Music

Catonsville, MD, United States
Sales:7,023
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