Hercules XPS 2.0 80 DJ Monitor speaker system for DJs

Hercules has introduced their first monitoring speaker system for DJs, designed specifically for creating music mixes with computers.

According to the company, Hercules XPS 2.0 80 active monitoring speaker system was developed with the assistance of Hercules’ specialized DJing teams, to offers precise, high-quality sound reproduction. The system is consist of two compact wooden satellites, equipped with a silk-dome tweeters and 4-inch woofer with a Kevlar diaphragm for better medium and bass sounds, and can provide total power output of 2 x 20 W RMS.

Hercules XPS 2.0 80 DJ Monitor speaker system

The XPS 2.0 80 DJ Monitor system also includes dual ports and dials that allow DJs to adjust the volume, bass and treble levels, as well as rear based RCA, balanced TRS (6.35 mm) inputs. It is set to go on sale late October for $169.99.

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