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StageSource L2t

StageSource L2t

The StageSource L2t loudspeaker from Line 6 is an 800-watt, two-way, bi-amped speaker system that delivers power, sound quality, and dependability. Designed for flexibility and portability, it features quality sound and DSP power as well as a modular architecture and proprietary L6 LINK digital networking.

An onboard mixer provides the L2t with effects, acoustic guitar modeling, and feedback suppression. It integrates with other Line 6 live sound products. So, houses of worship can use the loudspeaker to extend the capabilities of a StageSource L3-series system or pair it with the 1,200-watt L3s subwoofer.

The L2-series speakers feature six powerful DSP-based Smart Speaker modes, which enable optimization of output for a variety of performance scenarios, including front-of-house PA, floor monitor, personal PA, keyboard backline, acoustic guitar backline, or high-performance electric guitar speaker system. Onboard accelerometers and pole-mount sensors automatically detect the speakers' orientation and set Smart Speaker modes accordingly.

In live sound situations that require two or more speakers, the StageSource L2 series, as well as the larger L3-series speakers, use a proprietary digital networking protocol called L6 LINK to simplify setup. Loudspeakers will automatically self-configure, pan stereo signals, adjust Smart Speaker modes, and perform system-wide optimization.

If users add StageSource L3s subwoofers, the system automatically sends them the summed signals and sets the crossovers. When combined, Line 6 live sound products form an intelligent ecosystem.

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