Turbosound Milan M15B 2200W 15" Powered Subwoofer

2,200W Powered Subwoofer with 15" LF Driver, Stereo Inputs/Outputs, 6dB LF Boost with Variable Frequency, Mount for Speaker Pole, and Built-in Wheels
Turbosound Milan M15B 2200W 15
Turbosound Milan M15B 2200W 15
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Impressive Sound with a Rugged, Roadworthy Design

Whether you have a Turbosound Milan speaker system or not, the Milan M15B powered subwoofer is a fantastic solution for extending the frequency range of your PA system. The long-excursion 15-inch driver delivers amazing punch and impact, while the birch plywood cabinet reduces resonance for tight, solid bass. Separate left and right inputs and outputs make it easy to run sound through the Milan M15B to your main speakers for mids and highs. We've heard a lot of different powered subwoofers of all sizes at Sweetwater, and we can enthusiastically recommend the Turbosound Milan M15B.

Turbosound Milan M15B 15" Powered Subwoofer Features at a Glance:
  • Powered bandpass subwoofer with 15" driver and 2,200-watt Class-D power amp
  • Sophisticated DSP protects again over-excursion, overheating, and clipping
  • Left and right stereo inputs and outputs make it easy to connect two main speakers for mids and highs
  • LF boost with variable frequency helps you fine-tune the bass response to best suit your audio
  • Birch plywood construction is strong, relatively lightweight, and helps reduce resonance for tighter bass
  • Built-in heavy duty wheels make it easy to transport and set up
Add amazing low-frequency response to any sound system with the Turbosound Milan M15B

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Tech Specs

Powered/Unpowered Powered
Power Configuration Single Amp
LF Driver Size 1 x 15"
Total Power 2200W
Inputs 2 x XLR
Outputs 2 x XLR
Frequency Range 45Hz-100Hz (±3dB), 35Hz-150Hz (-10dB)
Maximum Peak SPL 134dB
Enclosure Material Polypropylene
Mounting Options Floor
Height 19.5"
Width 20.9"
Depth 18.9"
Weight 81.4 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number M15B

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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4.5/5

This Sub Looks Good , Sounds Geat, +++

This Subwoofer took my sound to the next level, just as I wanted it to do. When I opened it up it looked half the size of my B-52 subwoofer that weighed 140 lbs and was 400watts, but don't let the little size fool you, It packs power and is clear as day. Loved the fact that it's very quiet compared to my other Sub you can't even tell it's on it's so quiet, but when you turn that volume up you better be careful and take it real slow. Overall it was all I could ask for Tight Bass no rattling except the windows and walls. Recommend it to anybody that is looking for a lightweight powerful sub for a great price.
Music background: DJ
4/5

Better than expected!

I purchased two of these M15B's and I have some other subs to compare it to but all of what I owned before these were passive and required a massive amp to run. I have used the following as a comparison: Peavey Sp218's and Eminence 18's in slot ported boxes all run by Peavey amps like a GPS3500 and GPS 2600 and CS3000. I have heard many powered subs in showrooms but the M15B's are the first ones I have decided to actually purchase and use in "real world" places. I have ran various types of music through the M15b's now, ranging from hip hop and r&b to country and Classic Rock. I believe these really do well with the R&B and hip hop genre's and pretty well with country, classic rock may be better suited for direct radiating "front firing" subs or smaller woofers. My biggest criticisms about these M15b's is the design of the enclosure and where things are located, the feet on the bottom are good and the subs look good from the front, they are deffinetly not grey like the pictures make them look, they are actually black and the Turbosound logo doesn't show much which I think is a good thing, no dj wants a gaudy logo. The biggest design problems I see are that there are no bumpers or edge covers on the back bottom edge so if you tilt them back to put them on the wheels the edge is going to take a beating and ruin the painted finish and the handles are located in very inconvenient place for you to do this. The front top edges of the speaker ports are a much better place to grab but I do not think they are tough enough to hold up by pulling on those corners like that so I wouldn't recommend it. Then the wheels are located on the back panel along with the amplifier plate and that appears to be what a lot of companies do so I'm going to say that it is probably the best location for it even though a short step might be dangerous for the amp so hopefully everyone will be observant enough to put the speaker on a cart to go up or down stairs. As for the sound I am extremely happy, these have great punch and can still go pretty low, not as low as the peavey 218's that I have or as low as most JBL's but still very good sound. I would not hesitate to recommend these to most dj's that do weddings or parties. You might need 4 of them if you are going to do a demanding highschool dance. I think these would do great for 2-300 people events and any small to medium sized event that doesn't have to have ridiculous bass. I'm a bit of a "bass head" and I really like these subs! I prefer the sound of these over my Peavey SP218's and Eminence speakers hands down.
Music background: I used to dj and I currently run sound at my church
See also: PA Subs, Turbosound, Turbosound PA Subwoofers