Efficient Class-D Fast Recovery amplification in the TH-12A provides 400W of total system power, tuned to match the custom-designed 12" high-precision woofer and 1" compression driver. The TH-12A delivers thump, user-adjustable three-band EQ and Mackie Active electronics. Also features mic/line input, polypropylene enclosure, pole-mounting and floor wedging, and light weight (25.5lbs).
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