We put the flagship of LD’s successful Maui mini line-array range to the test.
The LD Systems Maui range is well established by now — we first looked at it in 2012 — and we recently reviewed the compact Maui 11 G2 (second generation) rig. This time, we’re looking at the flagship Maui 28 G2, which replaces the older LD 28 Mix and follows a similar format but weighs in with twice the power. The two-part column format shared by these systems exhibits well-controlled dispersion characteristics that helps put the sound where you want it, while the multiple small drivers in the columns help keep the crucial mid-range clean by...
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