Grund Audio Design GP Series
Featuring lightweight injection-molded enclosures, these self-powered general-purpose sound reinforcement loudspeakers are available four models: the GP-08, GP-10, GP-12, and GP-15. The loudspeakers are all two-way systems featuring a 1" compression driver mated with an 8", 10", 12", or 15'" weather treated low-frequency transducer. Combined with their reinforced, ribbed, two-piece molded, low-flex enclosures, the GP loudspeakers incorporate power amplifiers that range from 200W to 700W. They also feature XLR microphone, CD player, and line XLR inputs, and individual volume controls for each input as well as master tone controls for output.
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