HH VECTOR – VRE-12A
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | September 8, 2016
The new HH Vector Active series features 3 independent input channels, plus a media player offering Bluetooth connectivity as well as USB and SD card options.
· Compact Lightweight systems
· Clean, powerful sound
· Media player with Bluetooth connection
· Great versatility
· Renowned HH reliability
Ready for Anything .
Built to travel, the road-ready VRE Series is both lightweight and portable.
Moulded trapezoid cabinets allow for both upright or wedge-monitor placement with ease.
Supplied with a 35mm pole mount fitting as standard and comfortable side gran handles makes the VRE a joy to carry to and from the gig.
For the musician, DJ, Parties, your backyard barbeque or even just chilling. Vector VRE enclosures are the idea solution for whatever your sound reinforcement needs are.
Product Type Active Front of House Enclosure
Connections Balanced XLR & jack inputs – CH1 & CH2. CH3 – Mini Jack Aux in. On board Media Player SD card/USB & Bluetooth inputs. XLR Mix output.
Woofer 1 x 12″ Driver
HF Driver 1″ exit compression driver
Cabinet Molded polypropylene
Max Power Consumption 320 watts
Power RMS 400W
Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm) 595 x 388 x 308
Packed Volume 628 x 420 x 341
Frequency Response 20Hz – 20kHz
Controls Level Per channel. Treble & Bass. Master Volume
Grille Heavy Custom Punched gauge steel
Handles 2 x Side bar handles
Pole mount fitting 35mm Pole fitting
Weight 15 kg
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