NEW: Pioneer XPRS2



Powerful Class-D Amplification

Powerful Class-D Amplification

High Quality, Robust Build

High Quality, Robust Build

Pioneer DJ's all-new XPRS2 Series features a sleek, all-black protective Pollywood cabinet for performing in rugged outdoor and indoor environments. The models in the series all come with a durable handle to aid portability and handling of the system during setup and removal. The XPRS2 series also features rubber feet to create separation and shock absorption between surfaces.

Four DSP Modes

Four DSP Modes

Both of the XPRS2 full-range speakers contain four different DSP preset modes—Live, Music, Speech and Studio Monitoring—to address the needs of different listening environments.

16 Customizable DSP Modes

16 Customizable DSP Modes

In addition to the four presets, each XPRS2 full-range speaker includes 16 custom user DSP modes - which can be saved with different names - to ensure the EQ settings are maximized for every scenario.


Pioneer Pro Audio extends the warranty period for XPRS series active speakers for FREE. You can now get up to seven years of coverage by registering your products online.

It concerns a 12" and 15" top cabinet with an RMS power of 1200W and a double 15" bass cabinet with an RMS power of 1200W (600W x2).

The hardwood speaker cabinets with high-quality drivers produce a beautiful, natural sound. The Powersoft Class D amplifiers feature Power Factor Correction (PFC) to reduce power consumption while ensuring reliability and solid efficiency in all environments.

The 'auto-ranging' power supply ensures that you can use the speaker all over the world, including in applications where power generators are used, and that you can expect the same high-quality sound everywhere.

Advanced protection helps extend the life of your speakers!

The XPRS range includes features to protect the drivers, amplifier and power supply for peace of mind, consistently high sound quality, and extending speaker life.

Amplifier Protection

  • Thermal protection: shuts off to prevent overheating.
  • Output overvoltage: reduces the output signal to safe levels in the event of overvoltage.

Speaker Protection

  • DC Offset Removal: Cuts out to prevent further damage if the speaker is blown through.
  • Stationary High Frequency Protection: protects the speaker from loud noises such as feedback.
  • Input Voltage Limiter: peak and RMS.
  • Output Voltage Limiter: Independently the high and low frequency drivers are limited when their peak is reached.

Power Protection

  • AC Mains Over-Voltage Protection: protects against power surges
  • The status LED on the front of the speaker has 3 positions: power (shows whether the speaker is on), limiter (shows when the cabinet goes into limit) and off.

4 EQ Modes can be used for a variety of genres and environments.

  • Flat: neutral reproduction of the source
  • Bass +: boosts the bass for electronic music
  • Speech: designed to make the cabinet sound optimal for speech applications
  • Wedge: reduces the low frequencies to give a more balanced sound when the speaker is used as a floor monitor

The rotatable horn allows you to use the cabinets vertically or horizontally

The horn gives a spread of 90x60° and can be rotated by 90°, giving you the flexibility to mount your cabinets horizontally and vertically or to choose a specific spread for a particular application.

The wedge shape and polemount socket with tilt give you 3 options for positioning

The XPRS tops have a bevel that makes them ideal for use as a floor monitor, the polemount socket can be angled straight or 7° to direct the sound to the exact point you want.

Multiple inputs and outputs for flexible, easy installation

On the back are 2 balanced XLR/TRS combo jacks and unbalanced RCA connectors so you can directly connect a microphone and other external devices at the same time.

2 male XLRs provide a link-through function per channel and a separate male XLR provides a link-through of the mix of both channels.

On the sub, on the other hand, you have 2 XLR/TRS inputs, each with a through-link XLR, a phase switch (0 or 180°) and an adjustable crossover frequency to adapt the cabinet to the type of top cabinet that is attached to it.