ButtKicker Concert Low Frequency Audio Transducer

ButtKicker Concert Low Frequency Audio Transducer

ButtKicker Concert Low Frequency Audio Transducer

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Product Highlights

  • Designed for Recording and Performing
  • Physically Feel Low Frequency Audio
  • 3.75 lb Magnetically Suspended Piston
  • Responds to 5 to 200 Hz Signals
  • Mounts to Stage Platforms and Seating
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Whether you're live or in the studio, the ButtKicker Concert Low Frequency Audio Transducer is designed to help you play "in the pocket". Constructed specifically for stage and studio monitoring, the Concert Transducer houses a 3.75 lb magnetically suspended piston that responds to low frequencies to vibrate whatever its attached to, such as a plywood platform or a drummer's stool. Combined with an in-ear monitor, mixing and performing can be enhanced with the additional sensation of feeling the music.

Additional Features & Requirements
Requires a power amplifier that supports frequencies below 20 Hz, and power output between 400 and 1500W. Mounting hardware and speaker wire are also required.
Vertical or Horizontal Mounting.
Thermal Switch - The ButtKicker Advance is set to shut down automatically if it gets too hot in order to prevent damage to the unit.
UPC: 898114000029
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ButtKicker Concert Low Frequency Audio Transducer
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Frequency Response 5 to 200 Hz
    Nominal Impedance 2 Ohms (inductive)
    Power Handling Minimum: 400 W
    Maximum: 1500 W
    Polarity Red Terminal is "Hot"
    Temperature Maximum Internal Temperature: 150°F / 66°C
    Dimensions (H x W) 5.4 x 5.5" / 13.7 x 14.0 cm
    Weight 11.0 lb / 5.0 kg
    Packaging Infobecrcrzfsy
    Package Weight 12.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 8.3 x 8.3"
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