Designed by the same team that produced Mackie's best-selling compact active loudspeakers, the THUMP TH-15A Active Loudspeaker provides amazingly accurate response from 20kHz all the way down to 40Hz, giving it just the right amount of punch. All-new Class D circuitry drives its custom, high-precision 15-inch woofer to greater volumes with less heat than is possible with competing designs. Onboard electronics include full system protection packed into a durable polypropylene enclosure, making TH-15A the most lightweight powerhouse in its class
Designed by the same team that produced Mackie's best-selling compact active loudspeakers, the THUMP TH-15A Active Loudspeaker provides amazingly accurate response from 20kHz all the way down to 40Hz, giving it just the right amount of punch. All-new Class D circuitry drives its custom, high-precision 15-inch woofer to greater volumes with less heat than is possible with competing designs. Onboard electronics include full system protection packed into a durable polypropylene enclosure, making TH-15A the most lightweight powerhouse in its class.
Exceptional Sonic Performance
TH-15A Active loudspeakers put out a tremendous amount of sound for their size and price tag. The two-way bass reflex (ported) design generates ample quantities of chest-pounding bass, and its 1" compression driver ensures smooth, wide dispersion. We even inserted a 3-band equalizer at the input to give you all the tonal control you could ever want, with an available 15dB boost or cut at 80Hz (for the Lows), 100Hz to 8kHz (sweepable Mids) and 12kHz (for the Highs). With the TH-15A's extremely versatile EQ, you can add some extra thump to that kick drum, bring out the sizzle in your hi-hats and add pop to vocals.
More Than Just a Powered Speaker Cabinet
Sure, the TH-15A has a built-in power amp—it has two of them, 150-Watts for the 15" woofer and 50-Watts for the HF horn. New Class D circuitry drives the woofer more efficiently with less heat byproduct than the competition's speakers. But so much more goes into an Active loudspeaker design than just amplifiers. The Active crossover divides the frequencies, time aligns the signals for proper reproduction and sends them to the appropriate drivers; active compression provides protection for the drivers, and thermal circuitry protects the amplifiers. All the onboard electronic systems work together dynamically to produce superior quality sound previously unavailable in this price range.
Portability Meets Versatility
Not only is the TH-15A a superb PA enclosure, it also makes a superior monitor wedge—just lay the asymmetrical cabinet on its side and turn it up. Its compact, lightweight design means zero strain, whether mounting it on a high pole or loading up the van. The TH-15A's wide frequency response makes it ideal as a keyboard, vocal or even bass guitar monitor. The TAPCO TH-15A has incredibly smooth, spike-free response and dispersion over a wide range of treble frequencies, so you can crank it without the fear of ear-splitting high-end feedback.
Protecting Your Investment Features: 400W of ultra-efficient Fast Recovery™ amplification LF 300W peak power (Class-D) HF 100W peak power (Class A/B) High-output transducers 15” high-precision woofer 1” compression driver Mackie Active electronics provide total system optimization Precision 2-way crossover Transducer time-alignment User-adjustable 3-band contour EQ with sweepable mid-frequency Mic/Line input for direct connection of single microphone Tough, impact-resistant polypropylene enclosure Pole-mountable and floor wedge-able Extremely lightweight and portable (36 lbs)
Because we know you probably push your loudspeakers really hard for long periods of time, we added some extra circuitry to keep your TH-15As performing at their best. You can run them to clipping without fear of thermal damage. We know things can get pretty hot in the real world, so if the electronics do overheat, separate thermal switches activate and shut down the high and/or low frequency amplifiers until they cool down. Each driver has its own transparent compression circuit, which helps protect them from damaging transient peaks. An Over-excursion filter, inserted just before the low frequency amplifier, protects the woofer from bottoming-out when the low-end is driven to the maximum. These extra protections ensure long life and loudspeakers you can count on.