The SoundCaddy One provides the benefits of a line array/woofer combo in a compact and portable format. Inside the SoundCaddy One are three 6-inch bass speakers, six 3.5-inch mid/high drivers, a 600W Class-D amplifier and a 4-channel mixer.
The SoundCaddy One can be moved into position on its built-in wheels. A firm push on its top releases the mid/high array, which rises from the cabinet on a pneumatic lift. Once adjusted to the desired height, it can be twisted to lock into place.
The back panel offers access to a full 4-channel mixer. The mono channels (mic in and combo in) are each equipped with a Neutrik XLR/guitar combo input, a volume knob and a tone control. Next to those are two stereo channels (line in, aux in), each offering a volume and a contour control. The combo in channel features two Neutrik combo inputs; the aux in provides stereo RCA jacks and a single stereo 1/8-inch input. Using the XLR line out, a second SoundCaddy One can be connected to create a fuller stereo or dual-mono system. Recording out (RCA stereo) jacks allow connections to other equipment.
The pop-up line array contains six 3.5-inch broadband speakers that deliver excellent reach, intelligibility and an easy-to-aim 70-degree horizontal dispersion.
The 19-millimeter birch cabinet construction features cut-away handles, integrated wheels and protective skid guards. A protective cover is included.
HK Audio SoundCaddy One is now available at select U.S. retailers with an MSRP of $4,000.