PA Speaker

by Andrew Eisele ·Posted
Mackie announced the next evolution of its incredibly popular, high-powered PA system, the Thump Series Loudspeakers and Subwoofers, with more power, capabilities, and bang for your buck than ever before. With audio professionals in mind, the Thump Series has been completely redesigned from the ground up with heavy duty drivers, 1400W amplifiers, and powerful tools to make your next gig easier. There are six offerings, including
by Eric Calvi ·Posted
JBL’s newly announced EON700 Series portable PA loudspeakers and subwoofer with Bluetooth represent a major step forward in innovation and technology for the popular EON range. By upgrading drivers and amplifiers, refining waveguides, supercharging the effects package, and incorporating the most up-to-date Bluetooth protocol and universal app control, the JBL engineers have delivered a pro-grade system that sounds clear and natural at any volume, anywhere in the room, and makes setup and operation a breeze.
by Nicholas Messitte ·Posted
Mobile PAs have some endemic problems—limited inputs and outputs, limited built-in effects, subpar Bluetooth performance, and acoustics that leave a lot to be desired. JBL is hoping to change that with its PRX ONE mobile PA system for midsize live events. With a clear and powerful performance, an extensive seven-channel mixer built in, a full suite of effects from renowned manufacturers, and more, the JBL PRX ONE is sure to be a hit
by Nicholas Messitte ·Posted
Sorry live-sound engineers—JBL is giving content producers, fitness instructors, and presenters-on-the-go a sound quality heretofore reserved for the concert hall: the IRX108BT and IRX110BT loudspeakers. These speakers sound great, play loud, suppress horrible mic feedback (a headline unto itself), and remain surprisingly wallet-friendly to boot. They also give you Bluetooth 5.0 streaming at the touch of a button. The IRX108BT, the smaller of