SWAMP 10" 2-way 150W RMS - Passive PA Speaker
SWAMP CA-10 2-way, 150W RMS - 10" Passive PA Speaker
Designed for general public address purposes including speeches, conferences, parties and artistic / band performances. The 2-way speaker design means that all types of sounds (music, voice, etc) can be heard clearly within the full spectrum of audible sound.
Speaker Stand Mountable
The CA-10 features the standard 35mm hole on the bottom of the speaker, for mounting the box onto any standard speaker stand.
Power from a Power Amplifier / Audio Receiver
Being a 'passive' speaker, the CA-10 will require a 'power amplifier' to provide the audio signal and the power required to drive the speaker. Power amps are either sold as standalone units, or may be included as part of a mixing desks or audio receiver (home theatre). The CA-10 can be powered by any type of power amplifier, providing the power output of the amp does not exceed 250W (at 8 ohm). We recommend selecting an amplifier outputting between 150W and 200W (at 8 ohm). Feel free to contact us for assistance in selecting a suitable power amp.
- Powerful General PA Speaker
- Speaker Stand Mountable
- High Density Fibre Board Cabinet
- Impedance: 8 Ohms
- MAX Program: 300W
- RMS Power: 150W
Tweeter: RMS Power: 25W; MAX Power: 50W
Woofer: RMS Power: 125W; MAX Power: 250W
- Dimensions: (L x W x H) 300 x 280 x 500
- 25mm Ti.Diap. Driver
- Sensitivity: 96dB/W/m
- 10" Woofer, 40oz Magnet, 50mm V.C.
- Frequency range: 55Hz-20kHz
- Weight: Approx. 11.9kg
SpeakersBy: Scott on 5 September 2016I got these speakers for my Music room an enclosed patio area. I have them connected to a 200 watt amplifier. They are perfect for this but I think they would also be good for small a venue and ideal for fold backs as well. Swamp industries were easy to deal with and very helpful.
By: Anthony Lawrey on 10 April 2015I bought a pair of CA10 speakers to use with my Peavey powered mixer, for doing smaller gigs. These were the speakers from your range that you recommended for that model Peavey. When I went to try the speakers I found that my mixer had died, and is not repairable.