Electro-Voice TX1152FM Tour-X 15" Passive Floor Monitor Speaker Cabinet


88 out of 100. Incorporating 10+ ratings and reviews.

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Electro-Voice TX1152FM Tour-X 15" Passive Floor Monitor Speaker Cabinet
Electro-Voice TX1152FM Tour-X 15" Passive Floor Monitor Speaker Cabinet

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Our rating of 88/100 is based on analysis of 10+ sources comprised of online reviews and discussions. Under the Pros and Cons headings below you'll find a condensed analysis of what those owners and users have been saying. Feel free to ask questions or add your thoughts in the comments section.

One look at this passive speaker and you'll notice the difference, the tweeter and woofer have dedicated baffles. According to the company, this is designed to ensure that the sound coming from the two drivers are properly synchronized, resulting in a fuller and clearer sound for the one using the monitor.

With a peak power of 2000W and 15" LF Driver, this monitor is meant for handling louder mixes, including those with more bass.


  • 15" LF Driver
  • 1.25" HF Driver
  • Continuous Power: 500W
  • Program Power: 1000W
  • Peak Power: 2000W
  • Impedance 8 ohms
  • Frequency Range: 65Hz - 20kHz
  • Maximum Peak SPL: 134dB
  • Mounting: Floor Wedge
  • Weight: 51.81 lbs.


Reviews are consistent in stating that this monitor has a crisp and clean sound, and some reviewers add that it won against more popular brands when they compared sound quality in actual live performance scenarios. The standout appeal of the exterior was also commended, along with its sturdy design.


Of the few complaints it received, the price tag gets the most comment, because it is priced quite steep for a stage monitor. But considering its reliability and sound quality, many feel that their investment for the TX1152FM is justified.


If you have the budget, and you are looking for a full sounding passive stage monitor for your setup, then check out the EV TX1152FM.

In fact this was one our recommended list until December 2017 and the only reason it was removed is because we reduced the price range to a maximum of $500 that we covered in our updated guide to The Best Stage Monitors.