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MTX TP1100 ThunderPro2 10" 2-Way PA Loudspeaker

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Designed for mobile DJs, musicians, and loud music fans everywhere, MTX Audio offers the ThunderPro 2 Series of professional PA loudspeakers.
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  • Generation 2 X-radial designed horn-loaded tweeter provides uniform sound dispersion and coverage area
  • MDF box covered with durable, aviation grade carpet
  • Reinforced easy grip handles and interlocking corner supports
  • High excursion ported woofer configuration for thundering lows
  • 5-way binding post and 1/4" phone jack speaker inputs offer amplifier hook-up versatility
  • Stand mounting option

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MTX TP1100 ThunderPro2 10" 2-Way PA Loudspeaker

Designed for mobile DJs, musicians, and loud music fans everywhere, MTX Audio offers the ThunderPro 2 Series of professional loudspeakers. Built to last with a stainless steel grill and MDF box covered with aviation grade carpet, the ThunderPro 2 speakers have an X-radial design, horn-loaded tweeter for crisper highs paired with the high excursion ported woofer configurations for better low frequency response. Mobility and setup are an ease with a lightweight design and easy grip handles. Reinforced and interlocking corner supports protect during moving and allow cabinets to be stacked when bigger sound is needed. With a smaller size than other pro speaker lines, the ThunderPro 2 speakers have a long throw and wide dispersion. Can also be pole-mounted to raise the sound stage to ear level.

Specifications: • Power handling: 100 watts RMS/200 watts peak • Impedance: 4 ohms • Frequency response: 66 Hz - 20 kHz • Crossover frequency: 3.0 kHz • Sensitivity: 92.1 dB 1W/1m • Dimensions: 21" H x 13-3/4" W x 10-1/4" D.

Product Specifications
  • Speaker TypePassive / Unpowered
  • ConfigurationFull-Range PA Speaker
  • Woofer Size10"
MTX TP1100 ThunderPro2 10" 2-Way PA Loudspeaker
  • BrandMTX Audio
  • ModelTP1100
  • Part Number245-802
  • UPC715442631322
  • Product CategoryPA Speaker Systems
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (3 Reviews)
  • Weight24.85 lbs.
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MTX TP1100 ThunderPro2 10" 2-Way PA Loudspeaker is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not bad but could be betterI have a small set up where I play guitar and sing to music that I record myself. I bought the 10" version of these. The first time I used them they sounded great! But only after about 30 minutes, one of the horns blew. I figured, when I bought them I would probably have to replace something eventually. When I removed the horn, I was disappointed to see that the Driver wasn't replaceable! Here is how I fixed it for anyone else who had the same problem. I cut a piece of plywood to fill in the area were the original Horn lens went, then I bought the #270-095 Goldwood horns ( $8.25 ), and #270-069 goldwood piezo drivers ($3.84 ), I cut a hole for the Horn to go into it, soldered the leads to the Driver, put in a few screws, and Now they sound great again. I also moved the crossover to the side of the box on the inside to give the new driver more room. You can also replace the driver to another driver like the #264-225 for improved vocals. Except for this glitch in the horn, These MTX's are a home run! For $12.09! they are worth keeping.
Date published: 2012-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't beat these for the price!I ordered two of these from PE to use in a DJ setup at a local small club. They arrived quickly, and I was suprized at how loud they are, and how lightweight they are. Very easy to move around/load/unload. Frequency response for djing with these speakers only lacks the very low frequency bass, which is easily made up with a subwoofer of your choice. I use a dual 12" subwoofer with 500 watts to back these up, and I got tons of compliments on the overall sound quality of the setup. Looking to order 2 more of these and some Behringer A500 amplifiers, one for each pair, and do away with the subwoofer, as we got complaints my homebrew subwoofer was too loud! 4 of these running full range should provide enough bass for dancing, without distortion, only lacking the extremely low bass. 2 will not cut the mustard for bass. Maybe the 12" models would? Anyway, my overall impression is very good, especially for the price, very good price. The Piezo horn tweeters are a little bit harsh, but a little adjustment to the high frequency EQ can help a lot with that and make listening to these pleasureable, that's what I do to quiet down the piezo's. These would be a GREAT outdoor DJ speaker, very loud, lightweight, easy to move around, can be pole mounted, at this price you can afford to buy a whole stack!
Date published: 2010-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't Beat the Price!I blew the woofer in my Event Audio studio monitors. After tying some Dayton Audio woofers as a replacement I wasn't satisfied. so back they went.I already owned an MTX 12" model that I really liked as an extension speaker for my acoustic guitar. I figured 'what the heck' I can use them in the studio for mixdown etc. while I wait to replace the Event woofer, then I'll use 'em as PA mains for small gigs, acoustic and vocal.Well let me just say that after I get the propper woofer for the Event 20/20's I may just sell them (The Event's) and keep the MTX's in the studio. They're LOUD and they're not harsh.For $160.00 shipped to my door, I'm pleasantly surprised.
Date published: 2010-05-13
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MTX TP1100 ThunderPro2 10" 2-Way PA Loudspeaker

What amp would you recommend from this site?

Would like to buy a set of these for house parties. What amp from this site would you recommend to get the most out of these?
Asked by: Zangardi458i
It depends on what you plan to do with a pair of these. Personally I use cheapy Pyle power amplifier (part number 248-4524) that sounds awesome when used with a small mixer. It covers a small venue perfectly with great sound.BTW the Pyle power amp is actually about 150 watts per channel at 8 ohms...disregard their power ratings.
Answered by: samplerman
Date published: 2012-07-04

Would these work for a very compact PA for bluegrass band?

Running off of old Crate PA head (150 watts RMS @ 4 ohms, and 220 @ 2 ohms - it's a mono amp with parallel speaker outputs, so 2 of these would be 2 ohms for the amp per manufacturer). Highest note is mandolin's highest @ around 2500 Hz; lowest would be the bass guitar @ the rare 40 Hz low-E (has its own amp w/direct out to PA). All instruments go through the PA, with vocals. We're trying to build a super-compact, super-portable, super-cheap PA for small venues - not looking to blow anyone away with volume or thumpy bass. Any suggestions much appreciated.
Asked by: Denis
These should work fine. However, i would prefer a slightly larger woofer for live venues, perhaps a 12"? I have posted the pa speaker below. It still shouldn't break the bank. 8 ohms, so make sure you consider that as well.The larger speaker will give you more low-end response, without getting too boomy. The only other consideration would be weight. MTX audio's website has no weight specs, but these are probably fairly heavy. To be "ultra-portable," you may need to pair them up with a good hand cart/trolley.
Answered by: Malakai
Date published: 2012-02-01

What else would I need if I bought two of these?

I've seen loudspeaker setups and stuff but I'm not sure what else I would need to control the sound and plug an aux cord into. Any help? Thanks.
Asked by: JayJenkins
well, what are you going to be using these for? DJing? casual home use? large indoor events? a garage? for casual home use a good receiver with at least 120watts per channel should do the trick. for anything requiring heavy use/high volume for long peroids i'd say get a good, beefy 2ch rack amp and a mixing board. of course you'll need speaker cable to get the sound from what ever amp you'll be using to the speakers.
Answered by: Pitter
Date published: 2011-08-18

does the mtx thunder pro 2 is it available in a 3-way configuration please it is

is it also possible that it could modified to become a 3-way stereo home speaker that would sound great this is for mtx thunder pro 2 i am thinking that this would be a fantastic up-grade thank you.
Asked by: panhead jonah
No, the TP series does not include a 3-way design, however, there is a dual 12" model available. I've linked the 2x12 version below for your convenience.
Answered by: RussR
Date published: 2011-08-16
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