Mackie have added to their popular range of active PA speakers with this modular line-array system. Does it deliver the goods?
Legendary PA brand HH Electronics is back, with a range of active speakers that employ the latest in sound-system technology.
Thinking of taking your act to the stage? Then you’ll need a suitable way of amplifying it, and that all depends on what and where you’re playing...
Samson hope to prove that affordable speakers needn’t compromise on sound, with their new Auro range of active PA speakers.
These unassuming PA speakers feature high-powered Class-D amps and internal digital processing that helps them deliver clean sound even at high volumes.
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.
The M15 active speaker promises Turbosound’s trademark warm sound, while the M18 subwoofer is designed to add some extra low-end level.
This portable line-array from LD systems is incredibly easy to use, but does it deliver the all-important sound quality?
The Turbosound Milan Mi0 enters a competitive market. Can this little newcomer stand out from the crowd?
Alto’s modestly priced all-rounder can serve as either a main PA speaker or a monitor. How does it fare on stage?
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.
Whether you’re looking for a compact stage monitor or a boost for a small PA, this active speaker could help.
The Eon range of portable powered speakers evolves further, with new styling, improved output, and more besides.
If you’re in need of some extremely portable amplification or monitoring, Mackie’s tiny SRM150 might just save the day.
If you’re looking for a lightweight PA setup that can be scaled to suit your needs, HK’s Elements system warrants closer inspection...
The extremely portable size and shape of these neat little PA speakers make them suitable for a range of more unusual sound-reinforcement jobs, plus those awkward gigs in tiny venues.
Although Renkus-Heinz is a well-known name in high-end PA components, it's not one often seen on the stages of more modest gig venues — but that may be set to change with the arrival of the new CF/CFX series.
This premium German-made PA aims to offer a genuine hi-fi approach to live sound reproduction. But is it worth the investment?
We test this affordable complete vocal PA you can carry from the car to the stage in one trip!
The PA market isn't short of powered 'plastic' cabinets at the moment, but not many use the coaxial speaker design approach — which is what sets apart this Italian-made model.
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