Innovative biamplified power module uses a two-tier class H linear technology to produce loud clean transients to match the high output of the woofer. Its two-tier design technology is lower in weight and more efficient than conventional amplifiers while providing higher headroom and lower operating temperature - a perfect solution for powering the top end.
A newly designed switch-mode amplifier drives the woofer in the NX750P-2. The amplifier uses Class D switching technology, in part to reduce overall weight - it also runs cooler. Class D technology is similar to the power supply found in the trend-setting Elite EF500P's amplifier. Of particular significance is this technology's inherently low heat production which ensures reliability in a wide range of environments. Then the NX750P-2's combination of neodymium woofer magnetics and lightweight composite enclosure materials further ensure that all this remarkable performance comes in a lightweight, durable package.
Added to this is a great degree of versatility. For example the NX750P-2 can easily be used in any orientation - vertical or horizontal (eg stand-mounted or as a floor monitor) - close to walls in installations (flypoints are built-in) or in arrays with multiple NX750P-2s. There is also a versatile direct input system and built-in mixer. The mixer allows the NX750P-2 to be used directly with a microphone and/or a line source.
A "loop" output allows multiple NX750P-2s to be interconnected with mic or patch cables and controlled by one cabinet's mixer stage or direct line input. Here's another versatile trick - you can combine NX750P-2's using the mixer inputs on each cabinet and coupling the loop outputs to provide a complete, easy-to-use PA with its own microphone inputs and line inputs for background music or other audio. It's ideal for duos in small clubs, also presentations or teaching applications. Many NX750P-2's can be linked together but a maximum of three "mixers" can be active at any one time making three mic sources and six line sources available in any three-or-more-cabinet arrays. The trim control allows looped cabinets to be individually adjusted in level. Finally, the microphone input has bass and treble equalization and a 100Hz selectable high-pass filter appropriate for vocal-only applications or to let you add NX or Elite powered subwoofers, without a crossover.
Acoustic performance is ultimately the most important factor in any loudspeaker. The NX750P-2 offers 134dB (Peak) of maximum sound pressure potential and a wide, smooth audio range to ensure fidelity throughout the audience area.