PreSonus ULT15 Active Loudspeaker
- 15-inch custom low-frequency driver with 2.5-inch voice coil
- WorxAudio-designed, rotatable, waveguide Pivot X110 horn for precise coverage
- Ultra-wide 110˚ horizontal dispersion
- Tight 50˚ vertical dispersion for longer throw
- 1,300W of Class D peak power (650W continuous)
- HF = 300W peak (150W continuous)
- LF = 1,000W peak (500W continuous)
- XMAX preamp
- Onboard mixer with two combo XLR and ¼” inputs
- Direct line-input channel output
- Single summed balanced output
- Multi-angle enclosure for mains or monitor wedge application
- 3 operation mode presets
- FOH – normal live front of house
- DJ - Music playback
- Mon —wedge monitor
- Highpass filter
- Defeatable front-panel LED
- Rugged, texture-painted birch enclosures
- Tour-grade 16 gauge steel grille
- Top and side ergonomic handles
- 35 mm pole sockets with 6˚ downward tilt
- Integrated M10 rigging points for suspended installation
- Locking IEC connection
Ultra Long Throw with Even Coverage Throughout
PreSonus ULT15 active loudspeakers combine the widest horizontal dispersion of any loudspeaker in their class with a focused vertical dispersion for an ultra-long throw. The result is even coverage throughout the space, enabling the audience to hear clearly wherever they are. Featuring PreSonus’ proprietary Pivot X110 horn, a custom 12-inch low-frequency driver, and plenty of biamped Class D power in a lightweight design with the performance characteristics that only wood can offer, ULT15 loudspeakers deliver first-rate speech intelligibility and natural music reproduction. This makes them a great choice for both mobile use and permanent installations.
Wide horizontal coverage, narrow vertical dispersion, and superior throw
The ULT15’s custom-designed Pivot X110 rotatable horn combines ultra-wide horizontal coverage (110°) for broad coverage with focused vertical dispersion (50°) for superior throw. The result is a loudspeaker that can fill the room without introducing early reflections that muddy the sound. In addition, the Pivot X110 horn’s large size enables it to control the dispersion pattern lower in the frequency range than smaller conventional horns, so it maintains more consistent gain on- and off-axis, ensuring that the audience at the sides has the same listening experience as those in front. The result is sound reproduction that fills the entire room, evenly providing optimal audio.
Mounts horizontally or vertically for a variety of applications
The Pivot X110 horn can be rotated 90˚, so the ULT15 can be mounted in a horizontal configuration while still maintaining its 110˚ x 50˚ coverage pattern. Along with its compact size, this makes the ULT15 an ideal center-channel speaker for an LCR system or an under-balcony fill. Rotating the Pivot X110 horn can also help fix FOH issues in tall, narrow venues by minimizing early reflections and providing more directed coverage. Add the ULT15’s multi-angle enclosure and presets for live performance, floor monitor use, and music playback, and you have an extremely versatile loudspeaker that is equally at home at front-of-house and as a stage monitor.
- Normal Front-of-House
The 110˚ x 50˚ dispersion pattern makes the ULT15 and ULT15 ideally suited for mobile front-of-house use. The wide horizontal pattern provides even coverage across the room. The 50˚ vertical dispersion ensures ultra-long, focused throw. The result is sound reproduction that fills the entire room, evenly providing optimal audio.
- Floor Monitoring
When flipped into floor monitor position, the ULT15’s horizontal dispersion pattern narrows to 50˚. As a result, the floor monitor’s energy is focused on a relatively limited area that won’t bleed over into either side, allowing each musician’s mix to inhabit a specific zone on the stage. At the same time, its 110˚ vertical dispersion allows a performer the freedom to move forward and back within their zone without sacrificing clarity.
- Wide Room and LCR
When oriented horizontally, the ULT15’s compact size and rotatable horn provides a wide coverage pattern ideally suited as a center channel for an LCR system or an under-balcony fill. When used in an LCR system, the 110˚ horizontal dispersion provides more seamless and wider coverage than speakers using a traditional 75˚ axisymmetric or 90˚ dispersion pattern.
- Tall Narrow Room
Rotating the Pivot X110 horn in a typical FOH situation can help to fix the typical issues found in a tall, narrow venue. By rotating the horn to create a 50˚ horizontal dispersion and a 110˚ vertical dispersion, problematic early reflections can be minimized and more directed coverage is provided.
Plenty of power and I/O
The ULT15 is supplied with more than enough power and I/O to handle a wide variety of applications and environments. Its 12-inch woofer is driven by a 500W (continuous), Class D power amp, while the 1.75-inch Pivot X110 horn receives 150W. (Peak power is rated at 1,000W and 300W, respectively.) You get two combo XLR and ¼” TRS inputs: a mic/line input with PreSonus’ acclaimed XMAX mic preamp and a line-level-only input. The inputs have independent level control, allowing up to two audio sources to be mixed internally and summed to a balanced XLR output for "daisy-chaining" multiple units. A separate direct output for the line input channel provides additional flexibility.
Designed by WorxAudio
ULT15 loudspeakers were designed by WorxAudio, the commercial loudspeaker division of PreSonus. Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, WorxAudio has been at the forefront of loudspeaker development for the pro touring and contractor markets for the over 30 years. WorxAudio continues to embrace the latest technology, delivering innovative products and installation designs for professional clients, and their products can be found in prestigious facilities worldwide. So you can rely on ULT loudspeakers to deliver the top-quality professional performance and features that touring engineers and systems integrators need.
Now Hear This
With extra-wide horizontal and focused vertical dispersion, a rotatable horn, ultra-long throw, a wood enclosure, and ample Class D power, the ULT15 is an excellent solution for permanent installations. Yet it’s also portable, making it a top choice for tours and other mobile use. Best of all, it sounds great, delivering outstanding speech intelligibility and natural music reproduction, with even coverage throughout the space.
|Included from Manufacturer|
|Enclosure Material||15 mm Baltic birch with a Powder-coated steel grille|
|Enclosure Covering||Chemline polyurethane|
|Woofer/Low Frequency||15" Low Frequency Driver|
|Tweeter/Horn||WorxAudio designed, rotatable, waveguide Pivot X110 horn for precise coverage|
|Frequency Response||(-3dB) 52 Hz – 18 kHz|
|Power||2-way biamped 1,300W of Class D peak power (650W continuous)
|Sensitivity||119 dB dynamic range (A-weighted)|
|Connectors||(2) Combo XLR, 1/4" TRS Inputs|
|Product Weight||59 lbs|
PreSonus Limited Warranty
PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc., warrants ULT and AIR loudspeakers to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of six years from the date of original retail purchase. This warranty is enforceable only by the original retail purchaser. To be protected by this warranty, the purchaser must complete and return the enclosed warranty card within 14 days of purchase.
During the warranty period PreSonus shall, at its sole and absolute option, either repair or replace, free of charge, any product that proves to be defective on inspection by PreSonus or its authorized service representative. To obtain warranty service, the purchaser must first call or write PreSonus at the address and telephone number printed below to obtain a Return Authorization Number and instructions of where to return the unit for service. All inquiries must be accompanied by a description of the problem.
All authorized returns must be sent to the PreSonus repair facility postage prepaid, insured, and properly packaged. PreSonus reserves the right to update any unit returned for repair. PreSonus reserves the right to change or improve the design of the product at any time without prior notice.
This warranty does not cover claims for damage due to abuse, neglect, alteration, or attempted repair by unauthorized personnel and is limited to failures arising during normal use that are due to defects in material or workmanship in the product. Any implied warranties, including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the length of this limited warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
In no event will PreSonus be liable for incidental, consequential, or other damages resulting from the breach of any express or implied warranty, including, among other things, damage to property, damage based on inconvenience or on loss of use of the product, and, to the extent permitted by law, damages for personal injury. Some states do not allow the exclusion of limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
This warranty only applies to products sold and used in the United States of America.
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