June 4, 2013
The P-Series is the latest design in the Cerwin-Vega line of powered loudspeakers. The P-1500X is a 2 way, full range speaker with 1500 watts of power and the P-1800SX is an 18 inch sub woofer with 2000 watts dynamic, and 650 watts of continuous power. The biggest appeal to the Cerwin Vega P-Series is that they pack a lot of power and sound without costing a lot when compared to other speakers with the same or similar specifications. Here are some of the highlights of the P-Series line to show you why you should keep the Cerwin Vega P-Series on your radar when choosing your next powered speaker setup.
The P-1500X has a hemi-conical horn and a 15 inch bass reflex active speaker. The hemi-conical horn is built to give you a very wide dispersion so no matter where you are in the room, you have a high range of …
October 16, 2012
Tower speakers and speaker bars tend to get the bulk of the attention when it comes to hot items in the home theatre world. Subwoofers on the other hand usually stay hidden; tucked in the corner of some room where nobody can find them. However, Funk Audio has been working on a line subwoofer that claims to offer class and style, as well as performance.
Their entry level subs begin priced at around $1350 and top out at about $2000. Although box design is nothing new, and performance is yet to be tested in a real world situation – the options you can get on your wood finishes are clearly attractive.…
September 18, 2012
The powered subwoofer in the corner of the room can really shake the place with your home theatre system cranked up. Fortunately, audio engineers at speaker companies tackle problems like the causes of massive vibrations – and no, not everybody wants to feel their walls vibrate.
The nifty little device called the SubDude-HT works as an add-on to your existing powered subwoofer. It basically raises the woofer off the ground, and isolates it from whatever platform it may be resting on. Any frequency from 100Hz and up should feel cleaner and less noisy, even when the volume is increased. …
DJ Scott Mad Flip
May 2, 2012
If you are starting to get serious about your DJing, then inevitably you will start booking gigs, some of which will occur at venues that lack a house sound system. If you don’t already have one, a solid portable PA system is definitely in your future, and it’s a great investment for your DJ career.
There are many options to choose from, but you should first determine your budget and specific needs before making your choice. How often will you be using it? Where will it be used, and how many people will you be playing for? How much power do I need to rock the party? There, there young padawans, we are here to help. Here’s some vital info that will help you in your decision to purchase a portable PA system.
Tabletop, Speaker Boxes, and the Bass below
If you are a DJ, then you probably have some …