Brand: Alto Professional
Publisher: inMusic Brands Inc.
Warranty: 1 year parts & labor.
Alto Professional’s Trouper is a compact high-performance PA system that fulfills the unique demands of solo artists and small ensembles.
The Trouper leverages technology from our widely-acclaimed Truesonic and Black Series sound reinforcement systems to be the best-sounding and most full-featured small-venue PA system available.
When you have more space, the XLR output connects with additional loudspeakers and subwoofers, and Trouper’s wireless Bluetooth capability supports using up to two linked units for stereo backing tracks or background music.
Two XLR+1/4-inch combo inputs, a stereo RCA input and 1/8-inch input can accommodate microphones, instruments, DJ mixers, controllers and more. An integrated audio mixer on the back panel enables volume and low frequency/high frequency EQ control on each of the three channels.
Trouper is a 2-way 200-watt bi-amplified system (130 watts LF/70 watts HF) with three 6.5” woofers and a 1” high-frequency compression driver, spanning the full musical frequency range from 65 to 20,000 Hz.
The system has thermal and dynamic overload protection, so the sound is always clean and clear no matter how hard you push it.
The Alto Pro Trouper sounds like a monster stack at 200W of peak power and 100W of continuous Class D amplification. The maximum SPL rating is 117 dB-SPL @ 1 meter (continuous, and 120 dB-SPL @ 1 meter (peak). The system also has thermal and dynamic overload protection, so the sound is always clean and clear no matter how hard you push it.
Trouper loudspeaker systems use an advanced, extended-range Bluetooth antenna design, allowing for ranges far greater than traditional Bluetooth devices. The typical range is 60-80 feet (18-24 meters) with a clear line of sight. However, the range may vary depending on your source device and the environment.
The Trouper speakers are designed to playback in mono, even when sending it a stereo audio signal via Bluetooth. Instead of summing, or combining, the two sides of your stereo signal, the speaker will simply default to the left side of the signal. When a second speaker is linked, this will then be sent the right side, giving you a full stereo sound.
If you are only planning on using one speaker at a time, you can configure your device to playback in mono so you can still hear both the left and right sides.
You can link multiple Trouper loudspeakers in two different ways: using XLR cables or Wireless Linking.
To link a second Alto Pro Trouper loudspeaker wirelessly, follow the steps suggested below:
Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own a Alto Professional product, or if you have pre-sales or parts questions, the Alto Professional technical support team is available to help!
Each product has a dedicated support page on the website where you can find manuals, specifications, software updates, and troubleshooting guides: www.altoproaudio.com
Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support.