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The 2121 Leslie Stationary Speaker from Hammond is a premium 200-watt keyboard amp which completes the Leslie "21" system by taking the lower rotor signal from the 2101 MKII rotary speaker. The speaker features a three-channel mini-mixer with volume and tone controls. Input one offers a combo XLR/1/4", which accepts mic and line level signals. Phantom power and an insert for signal processing is also provided. Inputs two and three accept 1/4" line level signals and will work with any digital piano, synthesizer, or external module. A 1/4" output jack allows for the connection of an additional speaker.
The amplifier features a 150-watt 15" woofer and 50-watt horn-mounted compression driver. The amplifier's enclosure is constructed from impact resistant MDF with a black leather-like finish. The 2121 ships with the DCC-2 remote cable and a standard IEC power cable.
Input Connection: Combo XLR (Lo-Z)/ 1/4" TRS (Hi-Z) connection jack
Gain: Selects Mic or Line for the proper impedance for the input
Phantom: Engages 48V phantom power to the XLR input
Insert: Send and return cable for adding a separately sold signal processor
Volume: Level control for input 1
Input 2 and 3
Input Connections: 1/4" TRS line input (Hi-Z) for channels 2 and 3
Volume: Level controls for inputs 2 and 3
Remote to Leslie 2101
The Leslie 2121 can be powered "ON" from the Leslie 2101, 2102, 2103 via the included DCC-2 cable
Controls the maximum volume of the entire unit
Treble: Boosts or attenuates high frequencies
Bass: Boosts or attenuates low frequencies
Fine-tunes the treble response of the unit
Line Out Jack
This jack connects an additional speaker or amplifier and carries the sum of all incoming signals. It is not affected by the tone controls or the master volume control