PA & Live Sound news
- 03/30/16Hot news
Line 6 releases Relay G70
Line 6 presents the Relay G70, a wireless receiver stompbox described as 5 pedals rolled into one.
- 03/23/16Hot news
Frequency and sound issues with in-ear monitor systems
In the final installment of this three-part article, we’ll look at a few other key issues to consider when contemplating switching over to an in-ear monitor system.
- 03/16/16Hot news
The challenges of adjusting to an in-ear system
In part 1, we talked about how in-ear monitors can benefit performing musicians, this time around, we'll look at some of the issues you'll face using an in-ear system.
- 03/10/16Hot news
Improve your band’s sound with in-ear monitors
Bands frequently run their stage monitors super loud in order to better hear themselves singing. But in the process, they're not only increasing stage volume to unbearable levels, they're also sabotaging the sound heard by the audience. Loud monitors frequently bleed into the front-of-house, causing a degradation of sound quality due to phase is...
- 01/29/16Hot news
Alesis brings Transactive VU to light
Alesis has introduced Transactive VU, a LED-lit version of their Transactive portable sound system.
- 01/25/16Hot news
Speaker specifications explained - Part 6
In this final installment regarding speaker specs, I'll address distortion. It's interesting to understand why it's a spec that's seldom specified by speaker manufacturers, unlike with amps, which always include it.
- 01/24/16Hot news
[NAMM] M-Audio introduces the Power Station
M-Audio has announced the introduction of their Power Station portable AC/battery-powered sound system.
- 01/23/16Hot news
[NAMM] Mackie presents SRM1550 subwoofer
Mackie extends its SRM Portable Series with the 1200W SRM1550, a 15" Subwoofer with built-in DSP.
- 01/21/16Hot news
[NAMM] PreSonus introduces ULT Series
PreSonus introduces ULT, a new series of active loudspeakers with three models including a subwoofer.
- 01/12/16Hot news
Speaker specifications explained - Part 5
Knowing how much power a speaker can handle doesn't tell you anything about how much SPL it can deliver.