TOM is a 1000W (500+250+250) analog amplification system consisting of a compact active subwoofer and two passive satellites. The former Pocket Two system has been re-engineered for professional use, featuring an enhanced design and several new control features, such as a mono/stereo switch, for greater flexibility. The subwoofer is constructed using BJT technology, incorporating a linear power supply for excellent bass response and efficient stereo effect. Sub levels can be adjusted from -7dB to +2dB. Each satellite contains a passive crossover featuring a custom coil.
TOM has been specifically developed for use in medium to large sized indoor and outdoor venues, providing powerful coverage for a range of mobile sound reinforcement applications. Easy to transport and set up, the system is also highly effective for live performance situations, proving ideal for acoustic instrument amplification.
Insulated padded bags can be separately purchased for the system components, ensuring safe transportation and storage.
TIM & TOM are available in a choice of wood or anthracite finishes. The more delicate wood finish is perfect for studio or home use, blending with a range of room interiors. The anthracite finish is designed for performance and touring applications, where a more robust exterior finish is required.
2-pole, 6-meter Speakon cables are included
TOM at Roots and Boots
A Schertler TOM PA system was used at the recent Roots and Boots festival in Dedemsvaart, Netherlands. Roots and Boots is an initiative of The Fellowship of Acoustics (TFOA), Promotiestichting Dedemsvaart and Theater de Gashouder.
This year was the festival’s premiere: Held in one of the town’s park areas (the “backyard” of TFOA), the combination of ancient trees, good food and live music proved to be the perfect mix. Around 2000 visitors enjoyed live music from a dozen bands appearing on three different stages. The TOM PA (with an appropriate wood finish) was used on the Bostheater (Forest Theatre) stage.
With the event completely sold out, organisers rated it a resounding success.×