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  • January 16, 2017 19:43
    Bill R.
    Changed title of grounded xlr input and chases. if you touch the chases there is ac current and also affects to the mixer and to the microphone by Joey Inocente to Grounded LR input and chases. If you touch the chases there is AC current and also affects to the mixer and to the microphone.
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  • January 14, 2017 23:39
    Sam Ranelli
    Changed title of Apex 1500 left channel low volume by Sam Ranelli to Apex 1500 one channel has low volume.
  • January 13, 2017 20:54
    Bill R.
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  • January 13, 2017 20:48
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  • January 13, 2017 20:48
    Bill R.
    Changed reply in topic of Hi Can anyone kindly explain the difference between Alto TX12 and TS212 by Bill R. to Hello,<br /><br />Thanks for posting.<br /><br />See below:<br /><br /><b>TX12<br /><br /></b><ul><li>600 Watts peak / 300 Watts continuous power</li><li>Efficient Class-D power amp, bi-amplified</li><li>12” LF woofer with 2” voice coil</li><li>1” neodymium HF compression driver with 1” voice coil</li><li>Balanced XLR Combo Mic/Line Input and Link Output</li><li>Precision electronic crossover</li><li>Onboard Contour control</li><li>Integrated analog limiter and overload protection circuitry</li><li>Lightweight, portable design</li><li>Integrated 36mm speaker pole socket</li><li>Main or wedge monitor operation</li><li>Dimensions (HxWxD): 23.9" x 14.9" x 13.2" / 607 x 380 x 337mm</li><li>Net weight: 30.31 lbs / 13.75kg</li><li>Designed in the USA</li></ul><br /><b>TS212<br /><br /></b><ul><li>550W continuous, 1100W peak Class D power</li><li>12-inch (304.8 mm) LF driver, 2.5-inch (63.5mm) high-temperature voice coil</li><li>1-inch (25.4 mm) neodymium HF driver with precision waveguide</li><li>Bi-amplified design with precision active crossover and EQ</li><li>Integrated 2-channel mixer with dual XLR 1/4-inch combo mic/line inputs and independent level controls</li><li>Custom engineered high-efficiency class D amplifiers with passive cooling design – No fan means the speaker runs cleaner, quieter and has greater long-term reliability</li><li>Ground-Lift switch</li><li>Contour switch for increased EQ control</li><li>Electronic clip, thermal and transducer overdrive protection</li><li>Compact, lightweight, trapezoidal cabinet design for easy transport and installation</li><li>Angled rear panel for wedge monitor applications</li><li>Stand and pole-mountable with integral M10 suspension points</li><li>XLR Link output</li><li>Designed and tuned in the USA</li></ul><b><br /></b>The TS212 is 2 pounds lighter than the TX12 and has a lower output (600W vs. 1100W), has an additional input on the back, and the ability for suspension.<br /><b><br /></b>I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any additional questions..
  • January 13, 2017 20:48
    Bill R.
    Changed reply in topic of Hi Can anyone kindly explain the difference between Alto TX12 and TS212 by Bill R. to Hello,<br /><br />Thanks for posting.<br /><br />See below:<br /><br /><b>TX12<br /><br /></b><ul><li>600 Watts peak / 300 Watts continuous power</li><li>Efficient Class-D power amp, bi-amplified</li><li>12” LF woofer with 2” voice coil</li><li>1” neodymium HF compression driver with 1” voice coil</li><li>Balanced XLR Combo Mic/Line Input and Link Output</li><li>Precision electronic crossover</li><li>Onboard Contour control</li><li>Integrated analog limiter and overload protection circuitry</li><li>Lightweight, portable design</li><li>Integrated 36mm speaker pole socket</li><li>Main or wedge monitor operation</li><li>Dimensions (HxWxD): 23.9" x 14.9" x 13.2" / 607 x 380 x 337mm</li><li>Net weight: 30.31 lbs / 13.75kg</li><li>Designed in the USA</li></ul><br /><b>TS212<br /><br /></b><ul><li>550W continuous, 1100W peak Class D power</li><li>12-inch (304.8 mm) LF driver, 2.5-inch (63.5mm) high-temperature voice coil</li><li>1-inch (25.4 mm) neodymium HF driver with precision waveguide</li><li>Bi-amplified design with precision active crossover and EQ</li><li>Integrated 2-channel mixer with dual XLR 1/4-inch combo mic/line inputs and independent level controls</li><li>Custom engineered high-efficiency class D amplifiers with passive cooling design – No fan means the speaker runs cleaner, quieter and has greater long-term reliability</li><li>Ground-Lift switch</li><li>Contour switch for increased EQ control</li><li>Electronic clip, thermal and transducer overdrive protection</li><li>Compact, lightweight, trapezoidal cabinet design for easy transport and installation</li><li>Angled rear panel for wedge monitor applications</li><li>Stand and pole-mountable with integral M10 suspension points</li><li>XLR Link output</li><li>Designed and tuned in the USA</li></ul><b><br /></b>The TS212 is 2 pounds lighter than the TX12 and has a lower output (600W vs. 1100W), has an additional input on the back, and the ability for suspension.<b><br /></b>.
  • January 09, 2017 14:12
    Bill R.
    Changed title of From Hong Kong by Fiona Nganlo to Where to purchase Alto products in Hong Kong?.
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  • January 09, 2017 14:11
    Bill R.
    Changed reply in topic of Where to purchase Alto products in Hong Kong? by Bill R. to Hi Fiona,<br /><br />Thanks for posting. Sales-related questions cannot be handled here on the forums, but I can point you in the right direction. For sales-related questions in your country, please get in touch with your international distributor. You can locate your international distributor by following the link below:<br /><br /><ul><li><a href="https://www.altoproaudio.com/distributors" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwaltoproaudiocom/distributors">Alto Pro Audio International Distributors</a></li></ul><br />For your convenience, I've also included their contact information for you below:<br /><br /><br /><b>Eastern Acoustic Development Ltd.</b><p>Rm. 2401, Harbour 18 Business Tower, 19 Dong Hua Nan Road, Guangzhou, 510100, China&nbsp;<br /><strong>Phone Number:&nbsp;</strong>+86-20-8329-3083<br /><strong>Fax Number:&nbsp;</strong>+86-20-8365-0965<br /><strong>Website:&nbsp;</strong><a href="http://www.ead.cn/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwweadcn/">http://www.ead.cn</a><br /><strong>Email:&nbsp;</strong><a href="mailto:ead@ead.cn" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: mailto:ead@ead.cn">ead@ead.cn</a><br /><strong>Countries Served:&nbsp;</strong>China, Hong Kong, Macao</p><p><span>I hope this helps!</span><br /></p>.
  • January 05, 2017 21:39
    Bill R.
    Changed reply in topic of Frustrated TS212W user by Bill R. to Hi Allan,<br /><br />Thanks for posting.&nbsp;<br /><br />How far apart are your speakers and device from each other? The typical range is 60-80' with a clear line of sight (no obstructions.) Depending on your environment, however, this can vary.&nbsp;<br /><br />To maximize the range:<br /><br /><ul><li>Set your source device on a flat surface and make sure there are no obstacles between the loudspeaker and your device (e.g., walls, furniture, etc.).&nbsp;</li><li>Turn off your source device's Wi-Fi.&nbsp;</li><li>Turn off any unneeded 2.4 GHz devices in the nearby vicinity (e.g., other Bluetooth devices, baby monitors, Wi-Fi access points, microwave ovens, etc.).&nbsp;</li><li>Try using a different Bluetooth source device. Bluetooth signal strength varies between different devices.&nbsp;</li></ul>.
  • January 05, 2017 19:18
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  • January 05, 2017 19:17
    Bill R.
    Changed title of Alto Stealth Pro Arrival Date by Manuel R. Muro Sr. to When will the Stealth Wireless Pro be released?.
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  • January 05, 2017 19:17
    Bill R.
    Changed description of I already purchased the Alto Stealth Pro and two additional receivers. Presently I am making payments with my "Future Pay" account. Is it true that they won't be available until June 2017? by Manuel R. Muro Sr. to I already purchased the Alto Stealth Pro and two additional receivers. Presently I am making payments with my "Future Pay" account. Is it true that they won't be available until June 2017?.
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  • January 05, 2017 19:05
    Bill R.
    Reason: spam
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  • January 04, 2017 20:50
    Bill R.
    Changed reply in topic of Front Blue Light On TX12 Powered Speaker Not Working by Bill R. to Hi James,<br /><br />Thanks for posting. Sorry to hear you're having issues.&nbsp;<br /><br />It sounds like this may be hardware-related.&nbsp;Warranty and non-warranty claims are not handled here on the forum but I can point you in the right direction to help you out! Here are a couple of options that you could choose from:&nbsp;<br /><br />• Submit a&nbsp;<b>Warranty Claim or Service Inquiry</b>&nbsp;with our Technical Support team by logging onto&nbsp;<a href="http://www.altoproaudio.com/support" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwwnumarkcom/support">www.altoproaudio.com/support</a>. Select&nbsp;<b>Warranty Claim or Service Inquiry&nbsp;</b>from the drop down menu.&nbsp;<br /><br /><i>or</i>&nbsp;<br /><br />• For quicker support, call your nearest&nbsp;<a href="http://www.numark.com/contact" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwwnumarkcom/contact">Support Office</a>&nbsp;or&nbsp;<a href="http://www.numark.com/distributors" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwwnumarkcom/distributors">International Distributor</a>. If you’re going with your International Distributor, simply select your country to contact them..
  • January 04, 2017 20:50
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  • January 02, 2017 08:34
    Isidoro, the poster:
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  • December 30, 2016 20:53
    Bill R.
    Changed reply in topic of How to connect my Kick 15 to my laptop for recording? by Bill R. to Hi Diana,<br /><br />Thanks for posting.&nbsp;<br /><br />Theoretically, this would be possible, but due to the Kick 15s high output power, the audio quality would be better by miking the speaker with a microphone and an audio interface.&nbsp;<br /><br />In order to do this, you will need to have a DAW on your computer. If you're using a Mac, I believe GarageBand is still being installed by default, which is an advanced recording software, perfect for beginners. if not, you can download a free trial for Ableton Live at <a href="https://www.ableton.com/en/trial/" rel="nofollow">this link</a>. Simply place the microphone in front of the speaker and create an audio track in your software. Most DAWs will also include a 'record enable' function, that tells the computer to listen for incoming audio. You may also choose to monitor your recordings from within the software, if you'd like. Check out your host's manual for more information on how it works and how to use it. If you have the ability to do so, experiment with different microphones, rooms, placements, and distances; as these will color your sound in sometimes very interesting ways. :)<br /><br />I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any additional questions..
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