Our PA Equipment
PA equipment is used to amplify the human voice.
The term PA stands for “Public Address”, which is another term for a music or sound system. This term simply means that these are systems that amplify audio signals to make them accessible to many.
In recent years, PA equipment has hugely improved due to increased use of digital technology.
PA speakers are designed to play audio loudly so it can be heard by a large group of people.
PA speakers can either be passive or active. Active speakers have an internal amplifier, while passive speakers have no internal amplifier and require an external amplifier to produce sounds at a higher volume.
A DJ mixer is a type of audio mixing equipment used by DJs to control and manipulate multiple audio signals. Mixers are used to make seamless transitions from one song to another during a performance.
An amplifier is an electronic device that increases the voltage, current, or power of a signal. An amplifier, or amp, is a device that modulates the amplitude of a sound signal.
Amplifiers can be used with mixers, so you can mix your track and amplify it to your audience.
To amplify your voice, you need something that will pick up your audio signals.
Our range of microphones is very varied, with wireless and bluetooth options, and vintage and modern designs. We also carry all of the related accessories, such as windshields, cables, stands, shock mounts, and so much more.
You can find a fantastic range of speakers to be used for background music with us.
Outdoor speakers, ceiling speakers, surround sound speakers, and Bluetooth speakers are in our range of background music systems. This category has everything you need to make sure your music is heard around an entire venue, whether you are blasting out beats to a jumping crowd or playing soft tunes during a cocktail hour.
Bring the fun to any party with a karaoke machine.
With microphones, speakers, and screens, as well as party lights, you can be certain that your party guests will have a great time.
PA Equipment FAQ
There are three major components to a basic PA system: the input, the amplifier, and the output.
The input is something like a microphone which picks up the audio signals. The amplifier amplifies the sound to be played through the output, I.E your speaker.
An amplifier is required as a mixer or DJ controller will not include an amplifier. Amplifiers are required for the audio signals to be increased in volume.
A PA system is needed to amplify your voice.
While your music plays through your DJ equipment, your microphone input will work through your PA system. For your audience to hear you, you need a PA system!