DJ Info Guide

02 Jun

Big Speakers vs Line-array

As a DJ or a small karaoke business, we are always looking for an easier way to fill the room with sound.
Up to this point, all we had were those big, heavy, and bulky speakers. Sometimes we would even need a second person to help move the speakers we use.
For quite some time we didn’t have any choice as to what size we used. Now we do! A lot of new companies and some old, are coming out with mini line-arrays that may just fit in the palm of your hand.
First we have JBL introducing their VRX 900 series. The VRX 928LA weighs in at twenty-eight pounds.


Then we have the Martin Audio omniline which weighs in at seven.nine pounds with a dual 3.5 inch drivers and five half inch soft dome tweeters.

Martin /

Arrays can be wall mounted or flown via optional brackets. They are designed to be unobtrusive and adaptable in order to blend in with their environment.

Wall mounting

Up to 16 cabinets can be wall mounted using the optional brackets. Pan and tilt are easily achievable. Arrays can be panned left or right and then the bracket locked in position. Tilt is achieved by setting the length of a wire rope or chain ‘pull-back’ strap, allowing accurate on-site adjustment of array aiming. The brackets are designed as 1st/2nd fix components in accordance with typical installation methods.

Then we have the self powered line-array since a lot of you don’t like to carry a lot of amplifiers.
This one weighs in at only forty-seven pounds.
lf- dual side mounted 6 inch cone drivers
lmf dual front mounted 6 inch cone drivers
hf six one inch dome tweeters

It contains a self-powered tri-amp,
3 x 500 watt class d
check it out at EAW

This is just a few…….. now check out the rest………

Alcons audio LR14

Coda Audio LASA


Duran Audio AXYS Target U16

Tecnare mini-array

Proel Group AXIOM AX2265p

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