HK's PAs don't normally come cheap, but their newest rig is surprisingly affordable, and maintains the high quality for which they're known.
If you need a well-built, no-nonsense PA for small and medium-sized venues, HK Audio's revamped Linear 5 series will serve you well.
HK’s latest compact line array combines ease of setup with power, portability and clarity.
Combining wireless control, Bluetooth music streaming and an eight-input mixer, HK’s new compact PA system covers a lot of bases!
We took HK Audio’s new mid-priced active speakers to an outdoor festival to see if they could cut the mustard.
We put this compact new system from HK to the test at a festival stage in Malvern.
HK have turbo-charged their compact line-array system with new dual-driver subs and double-height tops. Have the improvements been worthwhile?
These compact speakers approach the performance of HK’s higher-end systems, but at a surprisingly modest price point.
With its compact dimensions, the Nano certainly lives up to its name, but does it live up to HK’s reputation for quality sound?
Following the review of the HK Audio Elements in August 2011, Paul has been putting the PA system through its paces for the past 6 months in order to give an 'extended test' review.
If you’ve found PA systems fiddly and time-consuming to set up, perhaps the HK Soundcaddy One is right for you.
When your live show requires plenty of punch and power, this 2000W system should give you everything you need.
If you’re looking for a lightweight PA setup that can be scaled to suit your needs, HK’s Elements system warrants closer inspection...
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