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Gemini GVX-SUB15P Review

Gemini DJ • Pro Audio

For mobile DJs and club/bar owners, sometimes finding that bass sweet spot is difficult. Should I use a bass heavy full-range speaker setup or maybe separate my frequencies for better sound quality? What can help me reach optimum sound quality? Look no further then the Gemini GVX-SUB15P. That’s right: this is a powered 15 inch sub speaker that rocks and has stamina.

Because it’s a sub speaker, you may not think about it having many features, but it does. For starters the GVXSUB15P delivers 400W RMS and peaks at a whooping 1600W. The amp features thermal, short-circuit and DC protection, along with a limiter circuit. There’s a built-in electronic crossover, with adjustable frequency control (55Hz ~ 200Hz). Weighing in at 65 lbs, with a water resistant textured black acrylic lacquer finish and mesh grille, the construction is solid and ready for the most demanding mobile DJs or interesting installation environments.

Gemini GVX-SUB15P

On the rear, the GVX-SUB15P is equipped with balanced XLR/¼ combo inputs, balanced XLR Full Range outputs, High Pass outputs, volume and frequency controls, and a phase switch, giving you complete control on over your levels and sound quality. It even has a 35mm pole mount fitting for additional speakers to achieve sound quality heaven.

Gemini GVX-SUB15P rear

The Gemini GVX-SUB15P is the perfect addition for any established or newbie mobile DJ or installation. It’s a solidly built speaker which is portable, looks great, delivers excellent low end and sounds amazing and you’ll also love its price point. It retails for about $720 USD, but you’ll probably end up paying no more than $450 USD.

We only wish we had received a pair.

Gemini GVX-SUB15P Features:

  • 400W RMS, 1600W peak
  • 15-inch woofer with 2.5-inch (63.5 mm) voice coil and 60oz magnet
  • Built-in amp with limiter circuit
  • Perforated steel mesh grille
  • Recessed flush handles
  • Water resistant textured black paint
  • Balanced XLR/ ¼” (6.5 mm) combo input
  • Balanced XLR Full Range Output and High Pass Output
  • Electronic crossover with adjustable frequency control (55Hz ~ 200Hz)
  • Linear frequency response between 40Hz – 250Hz
  • Phase inverter switch
  • 35mm pole mount fitting
By | 2016-12-02T15:27:02+00:00 October 25, 2011|Reviews|2 Comments
  • Jeff d.

    Yeah, the SUB15P is really a monster. I have 2 sets.

    • Mtag

      I just picked up a pair last week, loving them for real!!!