The Sound Projects bass systems will augment and extend the low-end response of our full range and high/mid systems to the deep sub you can feel.They will equally well reproduce a tight kick at a rock concert as a fat old moog groove on a dance party.
The SP4 is a modular and free configurable long-throw sound reinforcement system with an unrivalled powerhandling / cabinetsize-ratio. Essentially a selfpowered twin-bin system, this combination is capable of generating tremendous high acoustic output with low distortion.
Regardless of system size, most reported and noticeable discovery by F.O.H. sound-engineers is that they tend to leave the house EQ flat. Only with loud stage spill you will see the appropriate frequencies being reduced. This 'easy-drive' character reveals the perfect harmony between the system power- and on-axis-response. A vital feature that, combined with the self-powered design, makes the SP4 Diamond a number one choice for dry-hire companies. A hire company prospers most when they can keep all clients satisfied.
The SP4-15 has been designed to cosmetically fit the SP4 Diamond. Compared to the SP3-15, which is also using three 15" drivers, the SP4-15 cabinet has slightly more volume giving it a little extra sub at the low-end.
The SP4 Diamond embodies several other clever and ergonomic features that enable hybrid use of the system. Conventionally stacked on top of an SP4-15, the SP4 Diamond is immediately positioned at the right height to guarantee unhindered projection of the high frequencies. No back-aches or forklift trucks. Compared to the majority of comparable cabinets and systems the SP4 is a pleasure to handle, lift and stack. In one word: convenient!
The SP3-90 is the true full-range system within the compact cabinet design of the SP3 series. Mainly designed to perform in fixed installations especially where little space is available. The ideal solution for all those situations where superb quality music-reproduction is requested but additional sub-woofers may prove prohibitive.
Housing a 15” bass, 10” mid, and 1” high compression driver the SP3-90 is perfectly suited for full-range applications in theaters, clubs, disco's, studio's etc. or as a side-fill at concerts.
The SP3-90D is the beefed up version of the SP3-90. It exchanges the lower octave for an extra 6dB SPL and a characteristic punchy and warm low mid-band response. Concluded with the transparent, crispy sound that can be expected from a properly matched 10 and 1-inch combination.
The SP3-90D is a "must have" and excels especially for modern dance music. Housing a 15” bass, 10” mid, and 1” high compression driver the SP3-90 is perfectly suited for full-range applications in theaters, clubs, disco's, studio's etc. or as a side-fill at concerts.
The SP3-60 is a medium-throw sound system of the SP3 family, virtually doubling the output of the SP2. The cabinet holds two 12-inch drivers and a 2-inch compression driver on a 60(H) x 40(V) degrees horn.
Maximum user comfort is achieved thru weight and size reduction, accurate pattern control, and an intelligent, multifunctional Quick-rig™ system.
The SP3-60 can be perfectly combined with the SP2-15 or SP3-15 sub-lows to augment and extend the low-end response.
The SP3-85T is a medium-throw satellite hosted by the SP3M. The SP3-85T and SP3-45T combined with up to two SP3 Mids per satellite make an extremely powerful (>140 dB SPL) long-throw system.The system is designed to be stacked and arrayed in any configuration both horizontally and vertically. The SP3-85T has a coverage angle of 85 degrees horizontally and 30 degrees vertically. It covers the 315-20.000 Hz. range with horn-loaded 10-inch and 1.5-inch compression drivers using a proprietary twin-drive system.
The SP3-45T is a long-throw satellite hosted by the SP3M. The SP3-85T and SP3-45T combined with up to two SP3 Mids per satellite make an extremely powerful (>140 dB SPL) long-throw system.The system is designed to be stacked and arrayed in any configuration both horizontally and vertically.
The SP3-45T has a coverage angle of 45 degrees horizontally and 30 degrees vertically. It covers the 315-20.000 Hz. range with horn-loaded 10-inch and 1.5-inch compression drivers using a proprietary twin-drive system.
The SP3 M features a 15-inch driver loaded by a low-compression horn and covers the low-mid frequencies. It also holds the power-amp sections for the top satellites. The system allows stacking and arraying in any configuration both horizontally and vertically.
One SP3T is combined with up to two SP3 M's to make an extremely powerful long- or wide-throw system. Likewise one SP2-85T together with one SP3 M makes a very compact and slim stack
The Sound Projects bass systems will augment and extend the low-end response of our full range and high/mid systems to the deep sub you can feel.They will equally well reproduce a tight kick at a rock concert as a fat old moog groove on a dance party. The SP3-15 is cosmetically interchangeable with all SP2 and SP3 systems.
The SOUND PROJECTS bass systems will augment and extend the low-end response of our full range and high/mid systems to the deep sub you can feel. They will equally well reproduce a tight kick at a rock concert as a fat old moog groove on a dance party.
The SP3-B is cosmetically interchangeable with all SP2 and SP3 systems. Compared to the SP2-15, also using two 15" drivers, the SP3-B is slightly less deeper in dimensions, making it ideal for those places where little space is available.
The SP2-85T is a medium-throw satellite hosted by the SP3M. One SP2-85T together with one SP3M make a very compact and slim combination. While in larger configurations it makes an ideal frontfill.
The SP2-85T covers the 315-20.000 Hz. range with horn-loaded 10-inch drivers and 1.5-inch compression drivers using a proprietary twin-drive system. All within the cabinet size of the SP2 series.
The EASY TOUR (E.T.) has been developed with the needs of touring bands and performing acts in mind. Easy handling and small dimensions, the system takes up no more than half a small touring van, yet more than enough SPL and versatility to perform in a variety of situations ranging from a small club to a thousand-seater room.
An EASY TOUR system consists of two sub-lows and two top cabinets and is designed to perform as a powerful stand-alone system. However, it can easily be expanded with a second and third EASY TOUR set. The top cabinet is powered by the sub-low's built in amplifiers by means of a speakoncable, for the systems crossover is 3-way. The dedicated amplifiers use proprietary MA4-technology.
The SP2 is a compact trapezoidal design employing a unique low transmission-loss wave-guide and tested and proven η-max™ technology.
Completed with a lowpass switch, the SP2 can be used as a fullrange or combined with sub-low cabinets to augment and extend the low-end response. Designed to perform in a variety of soundreinforcement applications, the SP2 adds the ease of plug-and-play to innovative cabinet construction.
Total transparency and a smooth frequency response combined with low distortion are trademarks of this monitor. Responsible for this clean sound is a carefully matched 12-inch and 1-inch driver, mounted on an original SOUND PROJECTS wave-guide. This combination yields a constant horizontal dispersion and maintains good intelligibility over more than six meters deep.
Identical in shape as the SP2FM, but with much more power, bass pressure and a reduced sweet spot. The smaller sweet spot unavoidably originates from the 15” coaxial design. Yet it also allows more consistent off axis SPL reduction in all directions because both drivers are on the same axis. Therefore the SP15XL is best suited in all situations where many monitors are used on a small surface and or for the performer that demands serious punch and rocking bass reproduction.
Solid sublows from our proprietary 15-inch long-stroke driver in a supercompact, lightweight bassbin.The SP15 is matched in appearance with the SP2. The SP15 will augment the low-end response of the X-act, SP2 or any other small full-range system.Technical Specifications SP15 PDF Architectural Specifications SP15 PDF
The SOUND PROJECTS S-series (Sigma series) is a line of loudspeakers that fully incorporate the principals of vertical line arrays. Advanced engineering has resulted in optimised line array performance with consistent, reliable coverage. All cabinets within the S-series feature SOUND PROJECTS proprietary Wave-shapetransformer™ , Sasy-rig™ flying hardware, and work with most other SOUND PROJECTS loudspeakers.
All cabinets within the S-series are shaped trapezoidal, enabling curvilinear arrays without openings between cabinets fronts. The SP10-S and SP20-S enclosures have the same width, but differ in loudness and horizontal coverage, making it ideal to combine in single, aesthetically matching, ultra slim arrays. Although the SP30-S is double the width of the SP10-S and SP20-S , the enclosures can easily be combined by means of an adapting flying frame.
The SP30-S Line Array loudspeaker is a high power, long-throw system for large scale sound reinforcement. Featuring SOUND PROJECTS patented Wave-shape-transforming™ technology, the SP30-S combines real power and convincing, consistent directional control. An SP4-15 extends the system response to 25 Hz and can be adapted to be flown in the same array as the SP30-S.
The SP20-S Compact Line Array loudspeaker provides exceptionally consistent sound quality combined with impressive power in an very compact housing. Intended for medium to largescale applications it is capable of generating high output yet able to cover a reasonable vertical area with only a few cabinets.
The SP10-S Ultra Compact Line Array loudspeaker basically is half an SP20-S but with a slightly larger horizontal coverage. Ideal for small to medium venues were large horizontal coverage is needed, as centre-cluster or downfill at an array of SP20-S‘s.
SOUND PROJECTS Gluon™ is an extremely small, versatile and lightweight speaker system. Because of the multi-angle cabinet construction Gluon™ will comfortably fit in, in any stage or studio set-up or eliminate dead spots in a theatre or concert performance. The dedicated steel mounting bracket facilitates almost any position imaginable.
Gluon™ is too small to obstruct sightlines but in spite of its minor size, capable of high acoustical output with exceptional linearity. For enhanced intelligibility, extra headroom is available in the vital speech band frequencies. The silky smooth, high frequency reproduction allows adding “air” to any musical reproduction.
The A-B channel selector lets you choose between the dual channel input. 16 ohm NL4 input and output are standard. Using a 3-ohm load, up to 2 groups of 6 cabinets can safely be driven from any good quality stereo power-amp with a single cable line.
Gluon™ is configured as a single amped, 2-way system. The long excursion 5-inch woofer is selected for a smooth response and high output. The hornloaded 1”diaphragm HF driver endows the Gluon™ with a distinctive smooth high end response.
The XM studio monitor is based on the proven and tested cabinet-design of the X-act. The XM's baffle has soft edges and a recessed waveguide. This calculated organic shape optimises the air load on, and smoothly blends the radiation pattern of the three transducers.
The result: Stereo image as stable as a rock with a coherent and transparent sound character. Used in average controlrooms at listening distances between 1 and 3 meter, the XM will flawlessly reveal perfections and imperfections in your mix. Just like you expect from your main monitoring system.
In the footsteps of the concept came the Grand Tour; ultimate fidelity, slim and extremely powerful. With fully integrated individual power amplifiers per speaker, and control/protection electronics in the heart of the system. The Grand Tour was the first set equipped with η-max? technology.
With the presentation of the Grand Tour in 1991 the company once again deviates from the traditional technical approach. New ergonomic and acoustic considerations are added. New materials like polyurethane foams and lightweight multilayer plywood, as well as proprietary aluminum extrusion are introduced. In spite of the built-in electronics the Grand Tour therefore weighs less and has smaller dimensions than most competing and equivalent products.
The Personal Monitor plus its matching SP15 are introduced, an unprecendented lightweight cabinets build around a wide dispersion waveguide that loads the 12-inch and 1-inch driver.Like the Grand Tour the waveguide of the PM is specially designed to vastly improve the radiation pattern of the used speaker combination, by matching the two drivers precisely, both in terms of frequency response and directivity. Due to improved directivity control the system is less sensitive to differing acoustic circumstances and room effects.
As the first company in the world to do so, Sound Projects (at that time trading as Master Blaster) introduced a professional self-powered loudspeaker system with seperate mid-high and bass modules. This "twin-bin" approach allowed easy stacking/rigging for auditoriums ranging from intimate nightclubs to large outdoor arenas.
Sound Projects started as the Master Blaster Bassbin, conceived by Jan Slooter in 1983. Jan became the creative force behind a new company, building a solid reputation for delivering one of the most musical sub solutions of the time. The name Master Blaster perfectly matched the big basshorn but did not do justice to the sophisiticated sound reinforcement the new company desired to make and hence gradually was replaced by SOUND PROJECTS. Presently thousands of SOUND PROJECTS products are used in demanding productions all over the world.