HeadRush introduce the FRFR MKII 108 & 112 powered speaker cabinets

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HeadRush introduce the FRFR MKII 108 & 112 powered speaker cabinets

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The team at HeadRush is pleased to announce two new and expanded versions of their best-selling FRFR powered monitors. The

The new HeadRush FRFR-108 and FRFR-112 guitar cabinets deliver powerful, professional sound output and convenient connectivity options for the modern performer. FRFR-108 MKII and FRFR-112 MKII are powerful full-range flat-response (FRFR) guitar cabinets with Bluetooth®, two combo XLR + 1/4” inputs and an XLR output.

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These powerful speakers have been designed for use with amp and cab modelling pedals such as the HeadRush Prime and Headrush Core to deliver a transparent sound that projects the character of your pedal, rather than the speaker. Two model options are available: the 108 comprises an 8” woofer whereas the 112 has a 12” woofer, both accompanied by a 1” high-frequency compression driver. They output an impressive 2000 or 2500 watts of power respectively–enough to keep up with nearly any practice or performance environment.

Quality Speakers Designed for Today’s Performer

​The FRFR MKII speakers both feature two combo XLR + 1/4″ combo inputs for connecting your amp modeling pedal or pedalboard, each with its own independent volume controls. You can also wirelessly connect a mobile device via Bluetooth, so you can stream music wirelessly at rehearsal or during set breaks. There is also an XLR output for chaining more than one speaker together or sending the signal from your FRFR out to a front of house mix. ​ ​

Stages and rehearsal rooms can easily become dense and muddy-sounding as lower frequencies from different instruments battle each other; each FRFR MKII has an HPF cut switch to quickly pull those troublesome frequencies out and make sure your tone sits perfectly in the mix. As unwanted electrical noise can also be a common problem, the FRFR MKII’s ground lift switch can eliminate hums and buzzes resulting from ground loops.

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