Coleman Audio SPK5+1 Speaker Switcher

Speaker Switcher with 5 Selectable Stereo Outputs
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5 Stereo Outputs Plus a Sub!

The Coleman Audio SPK5+1 has one stereo input and five selectable stereo outputs and a stereo sub output, which is always on unless the sub mute is pushed. This allows you to hear all the stereo speakers with or without the subwoofer.

Coleman Audio SPK5+1 Features:
  • Passive switching
  • All I/O is balanced on XLR

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Studio Monitor Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Input Channels 2
Output Channels 12
Analog Inputs 2 x XLR
Analog Outputs 11 x XLR
Form Factor Rackmount
Height 1.75"
Width 19"
Depth 10"
Weight 10 lbs. (Shipping Weight)
Manufacturer Part Number SPK5+1

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Must have for home studios

The Coleman Audio SPK-+1 is a great monitoring mixer for any studio. Now I have complete control over 3 sets of speakers and a subwoofer.. I can now switch between them at ease. I recommend it to anyone using multiple speaker moniters Big Marv
Music background: Record Producer

Nice Switcher

The Coleman Audio SPK5+1 Speaker Switcher really adds a practical way to switch between monitor speakers, both passive & active pairs. I only have two pairs connected right now, so I use one of the empty channels to go to when I want the system muted in the control room, due to an open mic. It is built like a tank, with superior quality workmanship and materials, however, I had to downgrade it a bit because there is no allowance for "muting" or delaying the THUMP created when switching "live" between pairs of monitors. My previous switcher did allow for this, and did not create the potentially damaging cone THUMP when speakers are being switched quickly for an A-B comparison. I would think this would've been key in the design of a monitor switching unit, since as engineers, we always need to switch "on-the-fly" to quickly assess our mixes.
Music background: Fulltime professional voiceover talent

Coleman is cool

Nice piece of gear running 3 pairs of monitors nd a sub Great sonically and nice nd lean in the rack
Music background: Drummer, producer
See also: Monitor Switches, Coleman Audio, Coleman Audio Monitor Management