PA Speakers range in various sizes and prices. Here I look at the different brands of speakers we sell which will hopefully provide you with some insight to what it is you will need.

All of the speakers we sell are active speakers. This means they have built in amplifiers and are plugged directly into the mains to get power.

Stagg SpeakersStagg

The Stagg speakers are a good choice if you want something that is cheap and good quality. It produces a good sound and is ideal if you want something that isn’t too powerful and don’t want to break the bank, but also produces a good sound.

 

 

Samon_AuroSamson Auro

The Samson Auro range will give a quality, flat representation of the sound you are playing. The have a good frequency range and pick up the bass and the treble really well making them ideal for full bands or the keys.

 

 

Mackie SRMMackie SRM Series

These speakers are very similar to the Auro Range and give you a very good sound. They are middle of the range for power and would be ideal for medium sized halls and great for a full band set up.

 

 

DXRYamaha DXR

The Yamaha DXR Series are very powerful speakers (over 1000W) and are great for bigger venues where you need more volume but you also need to maintain that quality. These speakers really bring out the best in the low and high end of your mix. If you needed more bass then these can be accompanied by the Yamaha DXS series Sub Woofer.

 

I hope this information helps and if you have any questions then please let me know.

Thanks, Jack

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Jack is the Sales & Marketing Manager at Normans Musical Instruments and has been in this post since September 2012 after Graduating from University with a degree in Music. Jack's expertise is in guitars, technology and live sound although he does have a very well rounded knowledge of all aspects of Music. href="http://plus.google.com/111953589800702604773/about">Add Jack to your Circles on Google+

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