Atlas Sound 15-Speaker Column Line Array Loudspeaker System (White)

Atlas Sound
Atlas Sound 15-Speaker Column Line Array Loudspeaker System (White)
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Atlas Sound ALA15T Overview

The ALA15T column line array loudspeaker delivers maximum performance in a minimum footprint and excels in applications, that require excellent speech intelligibility. The ALA15T's transducer configuration combines tight packed full-range drivers and high-frequency tweeters in an extruded aluminum housing to offer both durability and optimum sound reproduction. The lightweight and easy to install enclosure has contemporary aesthetics, that are a compliment to any environment. The back of the enclosure incorporates vertical channels, that accept the wall mount, allowing the installer to slide the mount to the location, that provides the desired vertical tilt.

Key Features

  • Proprietary full-range drivers
  • 135° horizontal coverage
  • 40° vertical coverage
  • High-frequency tweeters
  • Barrier strip and NL-4 terminals
  • Lightweight aluminum housing

Atlas Sound ALA15T Specs

Product TypeSpeaker - for PA system
Enclosure ColorSilver
Enclosure MaterialExtruded aluminum
Speaker System
Speaker Type2-way - passive
Nominal Output Power250 Watt
Frequency Response90 - 20000 Hz
Recommended Amplifier Power600 Watt
Max Output Level (Max SPL)120 dB
Sensitivity96 dB
Integrated Transformer70.7V/100V or 8 Ohm operation
Coverage135° x 40°
Recommended PlacingOn-wall mounted, pole mount
Speaker System Details
Driver DetailsSpeaker: 4 x tweeter driver - 3/4"
Speaker: 15 x full-range driver - 3"
Included AccessoriesWall mounting bracket
Compliant StandardsIP32
Dimensions & Weight
Width4.6 in
Depth5.4 in
Height49.4 in
Weight29.7 lbs
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & SupportLimited warranty - 5 years
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