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.
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)