Both the woofers and tweeters of the Empire WB-100 MIC have a wide range. Along with proper tuning with the cabinets, they allow for faithful and wide-spectrum sound reproduction, resulting in perfect audio diffusion.
To make this product truly unique, the WB-100 MIC is equipped with a MICROPHONE INPUT with a 6.3mm Jack WITH DEDICATED VOLUME CONTROL.
This allows the connection of various sources, such as wired microphones, musical instruments (electric guitars, etc.), and wireless microphones. The WB-100 MIC pairs perfectly with Empire microphones, including the Desk-100 and Desk-500 PRO conference wired microphones, the W-601 series of wireless microphones, the convenient UHF Portable wireless microphones JN100 and JI100, as well as the entire range of professional microphones from the Modular Voice PRO Line. Of course, standard microphones from other brands can also be installed.
In the control panel, there is a USB 5V 2A power port.. In addition to charging devices like mobile phones and tablets, it has been designed to provide continuous power to the UHF microphones’ JN100 and JI100 receivers for prolonged use.
The two separate RCA stereo inputs allow you to connect up to 2 audio sources SIMULTANEOUSLY (including Professional mixers). The WB-100 MIC is a two-way system: the 5″ woofers with reinforced coils deliver deep and clean bass, while the 1″ tweeters reproduce crystal-clear and very smooth sound, providing a complete homogeneity to the ensemble. The new Class D amplifier delivers a total of 100 watts and has an incredibly fast rise time, allowing for a quick transition from “soft” to “loud” in a fraction of a second, enhancing the listening experience. As it is a newly designed amplifier, it ensures optimal power consumption and heat dissipation.
On the back of the WB-100 MIC, there are metal slots for easy wall installation.
The control panel allows separate adjustments for Volume, Bass, and Treble. The MIC/Line input has its own separate sensitivity control (volume), allowing the connection of both standard wired microphones (with a lower output signal) and wireless microphones (which usually have a stronger output signal). Additionally, at the MIC/Line input, you can connect musical instruments such as electric guitars, keyboards, etc. The connection panel is placed on one side for easy wall placement, ensuring that controls and connections are always within reach without the need to remove the speaker from the wall.
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