Electro-Voice ELX200-15P Powered Speaker (1200 Watts)

Electro-Voice ELX200-15P Powered Speaker (1200 Watts)

Power meets portability in this 41.7-pound, 1200-watt 15" PA speaker. Shape your sound via Bluetooth with Electro-Voice's customizable QuickSmartDSP presets.

Electro-Voice ELX115P Live X Powered 2-Way Speaker (1000 Watts, 1x15")

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- Case Material: 9-ply, 15mm Plywood, Internally Braced, with Texured Paint
- Frequency Response (-3 dB): 56 Hz - 18 k Hz
- Frequency Response (-10 dB): 44 Hz - 20 k Hz
- Max. SPL/1m: 134 dB
- Speaker: (1) EVS-15K, 15 inch Woofer
- High Freq Transducer: DH-1K, 1.5 inch Titanium Diaphragm Compression Driver
- Crossover Frequency: 1.7 k Hz
- Output: 1 XLR Link Output
- Grill: 18GA Steel with Black Powdercoat
- Mounting: pole mounts or stacks with Live X Subwoofers
- Dimensions(HxWxD): 27.87 x 17.01 x 15.04 inches (708 x 432 x 382mm)
- Weight: 53.57 lbs (24.3 kg)

- 2 XLR/TRS Combo Jacks
- 1 Stereo RCA
Electro Voice Warranty Electro-Voice offers the following warranties: 5 years on speakers; 3 years on electronics; and 2 years on microphones.
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-289-0096

Electro-Voice ELX115P Powered Speaker

A powerful step up from the ELX112P, the 15 inch woofer and 1000 watt amplifier in the Electro-Voice ELX115P Live X Powered PA Speaker delivers extended lower frequencies and room-filling volume. With XLR, TRS and RCA inputs plus the integrated monitor angle for use as a floor wedge, the ELX115P is one of the most versatile powered speakers available. The built-in 1,000 watt class D amplifier is extremely efficient so you can use it for hours at a time without having to worry about overheating which is great news for DJ's and live bands.


- Designed for House of Worship, Pro Music, and other applications
- 15-inch woofer and 1.5 inch high-frequency titanium compression driver
- Dual XLR and TRS Combo Inputs with Independent Gain Control
- Stereo RCA Input with Gain Control on Input 1
- Selectable 100 Hz High Pass Filter for Use with an External Subwoofer
- 1000 watt Class D lightweight amplifier runs cool without fans
- Rugged wood cabinet which pole mounts or stacks with Live X Subwoofers
(31 ratings)
Submitted July 4, 2016 by Randy V in Marysville, WA
"The Best Speaker For Mobile Disc Jockeys"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Although JBL PRX and QSC K series sound good, they DO NOT sound better than the extra money that you'd have to spend on them PERIOD. 1. JBL PRX does not sound 500 watts louder or cleaner than the EV ELX. Maybe about 50 watts at the bass end. Conversely, I'd be shocked if JBL put really low efficiency transducers in their PRX boxes. In addition, they only have one handle! Most people I know use two hands to lift their speakers on to a stand or elevated area. 2. QSC K series have a lot of features but most disc jockeys that I know tweek their sound from their mixer or rack. In addition, QSC does not have the reputation for making concert level systems (that big companies use) like JBL and EV systems that have been used in the past 25-30 years. Known for their amplifiers, rarely to I see "QSC woofer" or "QSC horns" for sale. Lastly, they're going to cost about $300 more than the EV's. Even if they were the same price as the ELX's, I'd still probably choose the EV product over QSC. 3. In my research I've found that the EV warrantee and thus servicing is better than JBL and QSC. It's already stressful enough when someone blows a speaker to have to deal with techs who act like they are doing you a favor or are annoyed with you. I attribute this frustration because many users push their speakers unnecessarily hard and they turn around and give the product a poor rating. Do yourself a favor--when any yellow light comes on turn it down. Don't even trust read more the periodic going into the yellow, just don't do it and your speakers will last years longer. My only problem with the ELX's are that I wish that the handles were vertical. In another words, a more natural holding position for one person carrying and mounting a speaker. That's it. Not a big deal as the speakers are not that heavy for a 1000 watt self-amplified wood enclosure. Maybe Electro-Voice should've sold these bad boys as high as PRX or K-Series because then, maybe, I wouldn't have purchased my third pair with ELX118P's to boot.

Musical Background:
Disc Jockey and Sound Reinforcement for events 25+ years.

Musical Style:
Hip hop, Pop, R&B, Rock, Motown, Oldies But Goodies, Cultural
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