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Turbosound Unveils New Milan Series Powered Loudspeakers At 2013 NAMM

Full-range models have 1,000 watts of bi-amplified power coupled with Klark Teknik digital signal processing

Turbosound has introduced the new Milan Series of powered loudspeakers at the 2013 NAMM Show in Anaheim.

The new Milan Series has been completely re-engineered to combine improved performance with convenience in a range of stylish portable powered loudspeakers enhanced by sophisticated DSP.

The series includes five models, including the 12-inch two-way M12 and compact 15-inch bandpass M15B subwoofer.

The Milan Series benefits from efficient Class-D amplifiers providing plenty of headroom to deliver a high level of dynamic range with clarity and definition. Full-range models have 1,000 watts of bi-amplified power coupled with Klark Teknik digital signal processing, while the two subwoofer models are powered by 1,500 watt amplifiers with integral stereo crossovers, allowing left / right stereo systems to be built with only one subwoofer.

The M10, M12 and M15 two-way full range loudspeakers all sport two fully independent channels with electronically balanced mic and line inputs, two-band EQ and a Mix Out function to easily extend a Milan system with additional speakers. The switchable 100 Hz low-pass filter fosters seamless integration when teamed with subwoofers, or when used on the floor as wedge monitors.

Dynamic EQ and intelligent limiting ensure that sound quality is optimized for speech or music at all levels, while the subtly illuminated front logos alert the user of the onset of limiting.

The new Milan Series can be seen at the Turbsosound booth at 2013 NAMM, #5740 in Hall B at the Anaheim Convention Center.


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