PA / Live Sound / Install

Everything you need for live (non-studio) sound, from Mixers and Consoles handheld mics and wireless systems to the directional column speakers that can give good results in even the most challenging of venue.

Live PA covers everything from little portable systems up to Array speakers. Most of our systems are powered, so all amplifiers are built-in. Some active (powered) systems feature a small mixer to combine microphones and other feeds.

Analogue Mixing Desks

Step into the world of analog audio mixing with our selection of analogue mixing desks, where every knob turn and fader slide brings your music to life with rich, warm tones. Designed for discerning audio engineers and producers, these desks offer tactile control and sonic character that digital systems can't replicate. Whether you're tracking a live band, mixing down a multi-track recording, or fine-tuning the nuances of a live performance, our analogue mixing desks provide the flexibility and sonic fidelity you need. With premium components and meticulous craftsmanship, these consoles are the centerpiece of any professional studio setup. Experience the art of audio mixing in its purest form with our analogue mixing desks.

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PA Active Full Range Speakers

Live PA covers everything from little portable systems up to Array speakers. Most of our systems are powered, so all amplifiers are built-in.

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In-Ear Monitors (IEMs)

In ear monitors (I.E.M's) are flat response ear buds, designed to be easily concealed whilst still giving live musicians suitable audio monitoring during your performance.

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Speaker Stands & Isolators

Speaker stands help secure your speakers and improve your stereo image. Isolation pads can take this a step further by reducing the vibrations caused by the speakers.

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Hearing Protection

These days PA systems and amplifiers are capable of producing levels of sound that are potentially damaging to the ears. A good hearing protector will allow you to hear all frequencies clearly just at a reduced decibel level.

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