Swiss acoustic-amplification experts Schertler have entered the compact PA market, with impressive results.
With the unusual ability to ‘steer’ its drivers to achieve optimum dispersion, Bose’s latest portable PA system is both powerful and versatile.
We took HK Audio’s new mid-priced active speakers to an outdoor festival to see if they could cut the mustard.
If you’re looking for a no-frills, all-in-one speaker processor, this digital device ticks all the boxes at a very agreeable price.
For some gigs, less is more — and that’s where this simple, affordable and portable all-in-one PA system comes in!
Fender’s smart new PA range offers ease of use, plenty of power — and built-in Bluetooth music streaming.
Turbosound are no strangers to the world of big-box PA systems, but how good is their new compact column speaker?
Alto’s latest PA speakers have a few unexpected tricks up their sleeves...
With its unusual driver configuration, this active loudspeaker hopes to do away with the need for separate stage monitors.
dbx are a big name in pro speaker-management systems. Now their DSP is available in a format that fits your pocket — literally!
LD’s latest PA range combines the benefits of a line–source sound system with a flexible and modular design.
EV have a well-earned reputation for building solid, reliable PA speakers, and their latest series doesn’t disappoint.
Need a go–anywhere sound system for busking, small gigs or simply listening to music on the move? Look no further!
Looking for a quality active speaker, but don’t want to pay for features you won’t need? You may need look no further...
Malvern’s annual West Fest event proved an ideal opportunity to put Fohhn’s newest compact line-array PA speakers to the test.
The third iteration of Mackie’s ever-popular SRM series incorporates some handy DSP functionality.
JBL’s Eon range has had a major makeover, with all-new cabinet and amplifier designs, and the addition of Bluetooth remote DSP control.
PreSonus’ new StudioLive PA range brings serious onboard processing and remote DSP control to the masses.
Though billed as a guitar–amp extension cabinet, this crafty speaker could come in handy in a huge range of situations.
We put the largest models in Yamaha’s new DBR range to the test at a real-world gig, where they proved more than equal to the task.
The new DBR series makes the technology from Yamaha’s established DXR speakers available at an even more wallet–friendly price.
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