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Harbinger Introduces New VâRi Series Powered Loudspeakers

May 13, 2014
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Thousand Oaks, CA - May 2014... Harbinger Pro Audio, a provider of powerful, affordable sound reinforcement solutions, has announced the debut of the new VâRi Series of portable powered loudspeakers. The new generation of Harbinger speakers is designed to deliver the ultimate in power, performance, and versatility, at an affordable price point.

The new Harbinger VâRi line includes two distinct models to meet a wide range of users and applications, from bands and musical performance to DJs, Karaoke, and presentations. The V2115 is a 15-inch, two-way loudspeaker system that packs 600 Watts of crystal clear power and punch, with high-performance Class-D amplification and deep, solid bass response. The V2112 offers the same feature set in a 12-inch configuration for even greater portability and an even more affordable price.

Both units feature a host of new features, including an integrated 3-channel mixer with auxiliary inputs and XLR balanced line outputs for integrating into larger setups, as well as a built-in limiter and 2-band EQ for unparalleled control. Integrated handles and 1-3/8" stand mounts are standard on all VâRi systems, making them ideal for both main PA and monitor applications.

"Our customers have been asking for a flexible, affordable, and easy-to-use powered loudspeaker, and the new VâRi Series is the answer," states Harbinger Product Manager Jim Norman. "These speakers are perfect for small and mid-sized gigs, rehearsal studios, DJs, and spoken word presentations. They are truly the most versatile and affordable powered loudspeaker Harbinger has ever created."

The new Harbinger VâRi Series is available now in stores and online. VâRi V2115 carries a street price of $249.99, with the V2112 model's street price at $229.99.

For more information, visit the all-new Harbinger website at www.harbingerproaudio.com, or check with your favorite music retailer.
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