WHARFEDALE PRO Impact 15 (350W, 1x15") - 2-Way Passive PA Speaker
The all-new Impact 15 passive pa speaker encapsulates everything Wharfedale Pro stands for – High quality pro audio, at an affordable price. On this occasion we have raised the bar for affordable PA delivering a PA speaker series with a sound and aesthetic comparable to that of a much higher price bracket.
The Impact Series has a desirable high power capacity and clarity, 350W RMS (1400W peak) of power is produced, spanning down to a 45Hz low-end. For high frequency, a 1.75" titanium diaphragm compression driver produces a powerful yet neutral sounding high end. Both the HF and LF drivers have been newly developed for this new loudspeaker series, engineered and acoustically matched to an extremely durable plywood cabinet.
Built to take an Impact
The Impact 15 is ready for whatever life on tour throws at it. The strong wooden cabinets are covered in a textured black paint to give a durable yet stylish finish, which brings a professional look to any sound reinforcement environment. The finish is extremely hard wearing and is leagues above any other carpet covered cabinet in the same price point.
Affordable Loudspeakers You Can Trust
Everything about the Impact Series screams ‘Premium Product’ except for the price tag, and we believe that you will find it impossible to find a better sounding loudspeaker for anywhere near this price point. Not only does the Impact series represent excellent value for money, it meets are stringent quality control standards. For both dedicated sound engineers and touring musicians gigging week after week, you will be able to put your trust in the Impact series.
- 350W RMS / 700W Program / 1400W Peak
- 45Hz - 20kHz Frequency Response
- 130dB Max SPL
- 15" Woofer
- 1.75” titanium diaphragm compression driver
- 90°x60° Waveguide
- Durable black paint finish
- 2 x Speakon / Thru inputs
- Dual angle 35mm speaker pole inputs
- Plywood cabinet
- Newly developed high power LF & HF drivers
- One of our most competative series for price vs power