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Grund Audio Design Announces New GP Series Loudspeakers
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At the upcoming NAMM show in Anaheim, Grund Audio Design (booth 6337), is introducing the new GP Series of self-powered loudspeakers designed for a wide range of applications, including clubs, mobile DJs, performing musicians, corporate AV, houses of worship, and education.

With four models—the GP-08, GP-10, GP-12, and GP-15—the new Grund Audio Design GP loudspeakers are all 2-way designs with a 1-inch compression driver mated with an 8-, 10-, 12-, or 15-inch weather treated low-frequency transducer. The components are housed in a reinforced, ribbed, 2-piece molded, low-flex enclosures.

GP loudspeakers incorporate power amplifiers that range from 200 watts to 700 watts, and all include XLR microphone, CD player, and line XLR inputs. They’re also outfitted with individual volume controls for each input as well as master tone controls for output.

GP loudspeakers have isolated outputs for connecting multiple enclosures, and combined with onboard M8 rigging points, a pole mount cup for use with floor stands (available separately), and floor monitor feet that ensure secure placement, they’re a versatile sound reinforcement solution.

“Our new GP loudspeakers are a versatile solution to a wide range of common sound reinforcement applications,” says Frank Grund, president of Grund Audio Design. “With their lightweight, injection molded enclosures, these loudspeakers offer exceptional value for any application where announcements, music, and AV presentations occur—including corporate meetings, church picnics, small clubs, and ‘club date’ musical engagements. Their self-powered design simplifies system cabling and their versatile input capability make them easy to use with excellent audio performance.”

New GP Series loudspeakers are expected to be available in Spring 2014.

MSRP pricing:

• GP-08 $279.95
• GP-10 $349.95
• GP-12 $429.95
• GP-15 $479.95

Grund Audio Design


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