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Here's some PA-ware 'Hot-deal' cabinet examples...


the box pro
achat mini bundle



the box pro Achat Mini Bundle containing...

€ 385.00  -  £321.82

syrincs
m3-220 dt



Syrincs M3-220 DT studio/multimedia monitors - 2.1 active system, 220W RMS, fully shielded...

€ 385.00  -  £321.82

behringer
b1800d pro



Behringer B1800D Pro 18" Subwoofer - Eurolive-Series, 1000W RMS (1400 Watt PEAK) class D d...

€ 479.00  -  £400.40

the box
ta18



the box TA18, 18" Active Bandpass Subwoofer, 500W, frequency range 35Hz-250Hz, stereo XLR ...

€ 385.00  -  £321.82

the box pro
achat 112 suba



the box pro Achat 112 Sub - 12" active subwoofer, 350W, 124dB Max, 40-250Hz, XLR/jack comb...

€ 288.00  -  £240.74

behringer
eurolive b215d



Behringer Eurolive B215D - active 15" + 1.35" full range speaker system, 550W bi-amped, cl...

€ 259.00  -  £216.50

behringer
b205d



Behringer B205D Active Monitor/Full Range Speaker - 5.25" premium full range neodymium dri...

€ 166.00  -  £138.76

jbl
eon 515 xt



JBL Eon 515 XT - Active 2-way Bi-Amped full range cabinet, 625 W RMS (900W peak), 1x 15" +...

€ 529.00  -  £442.20

ev
zlx 12p



EV ZLX 12P, Aktiv 12" Speaker, 1000 Watt Class D Amplifier, 12" Woofer and 1,5" Compressio...

€ 369.00  -  £308.45

mackie
srm 450 v2 black



Mackie SRM450 V - 2-way multi-purpose active speaker with 12" woofer, 1" horn with 90¦x 45...

€ 479.00  -  £400.40

the box pro
mon a15



the box pro Mon A15, aktiv Stage Monitor, 15" 1" Coax, 450 W RMS, 900 W Peak, HF: 50 W CLA...

€ 288.00  -  £240.74

ev
elx 112p



EV ELX 112P, Activ Multi purpose Speaker 12" 1,5", Frequency 50Hz - 20 kHz, 132 dB Max, 10...

€ 625.00  -  £522.44




Hot Deals - Speaker deals!

Here's the previous week's best-sellers in speaker category for box-building, upgrading or replacements!


the box
speaker 15-300/8-a



The Box Speaker 15-300/8-A - 15ö speaker, 300W/8ohm (RMS), 1200W/8ohm (peak), 50Hz-4kHz fr...

€ 57.00  -  £47.64

the box
speaker 18-500/8-a



the box Speaker 18-500/8-A - 18" speaker, 500W RMS, 8ohms, aluminium chassis....

€ 129.00  -  £107.83

celestion
vintage 30 - 16 ohms



Celestion Vintage 30 guitar speaker - 12", 60watts 16 Ohms (RMS), 100db, extremely high se...

€ 98.00  -  £81.91

eminence
delta-15lfa



Eminence Delta 15LFA, 15" bass speaker, 500W/8ohm (RMS), frequency response: 42Hz - 3,2kHz...

€ 89.00  -  £74.39

rcf
lf18g401



RCF LF18G401, 18" subwoofer, 900 Watt RMS, 8 ohm, 98dB sensitivity, 30Hz - 1kHz...

€ 248.00  -  £207.30

yamaha
ns 10m studio monitor tweeter



Yamaha NS 10M Studio Monitor Tweeter -, XC712AA0...

€ 98.00  -  £81.91

celestion
vintage 30 - 8 ohm



Celestion Vintage 30 guitar speaker - 12", 60watts/8 Ohm (RMS), 100db, extremely high sens...

€ 98.00  -  £81.91

eminence
delta-15a



Eminence Delta 15A, 15" bass speaker, 400W RMS, 8 Ohms, 48Hz-4kHz, for all high power bass...

€ 89.00  -  £74.39

eminence
kappa pro-15lf-2



Eminence Kappa Pro-15 LF-2, 600watts/8 Ohms (RMS), frequency response: 38Hz-1,8kHz, 97.8dB...

€ 177.00  -  £147.95

eminence
delta-10 b



Eminence Delta-10B - 10" mid/Bass speaker, 16 Ohms, 350W RMS, 63Hz-3.7kHz, optimized for m...

€ 66.00  -  £55.17




Hot Deals - Amps deals!

Here's some PA-ware 'Hot-deal' Amp examples!


the t.amp
ta2400 mk-x



the t.amp TA2400 MK-X power amplifier - 2x 1200W/4 Ohms, 2x 650W/8 Ohms RMS, 19", input se...

€ 285.00  -  £238.23

the t.amp
tsa 4-700



the t.amp TSA 4-700 Power Amplifier - 4x 810W / 4Ohm, 4x 490 W / 8Ohm, 4x 930W /2Ohm, 2x 1...

€ 385.00  -  £321.82




Hot Deals - PA Packages!

Here's some PA-ware 'Hot-deal' starter systems to get you going!


the box
mba75w mkii



the box MBA75W - 75W compact powered speaker with integrated cassette player/recorder, CD ...

€ 479.00  -  £400.40

ld systems
maui 28



LD Systems Maui 28, compact Plug and Play Wave System for Monitor and PA application, freq...

€ 899.00  -  £751.48

the box
cl 106 / 112 basis bundle



the box CL 106 / 112 Basis Bundle, active PA System containing...

€ 385.00  -  £321.82

the box
ta power bundle



the box TA Power Bundle comprising: 2 pcs [the box TA18], 2 pcs [the box TA12], 2 pcs [Mil...

€ 1,350.00  -  £1,128.48

hk audio
lucas nano 300



HK Audio Lucas Nano 300 set comprising of : 1x Active Subwoofer 8" with integrated 3 chann...

€ 585.00  -  £489.01




Hot Deals - Mixers!

Here's some PA-ware 'Hot-deal' mixer examples!... main mixers, monitor mixers, powered mixers etc!


behringer
x 32



Behringer X 32, 32-Channel 16-Bus Digital Total Recall Live/Recording Mixing Console, 32 c...

€ 2,666.00  -  £2,228.55

behringer
x 32 producer



Behringer X 32, 32-Channel 25-Bus Digital Total Recall Live/Recording Mixing Console, 16 c...

€ 1,739.00  -  £1,453.66

behringer
x 32 rack



Behringer X 32 Rack, 19" 3 U Mixer with 40 Input Channels, 16 Mic Preamps, 8 XLR Outputs, ...

€ 1,390.00  -  £1,161.92

behringer
x 32 compact



Behringer X 32 Compact, 32-Channel 16-Bus Digital Total Recall Live/Recording Mixing Conso...

€ 2,169.00  -  £1,813.10

allen & heath
qu-24



Allen & Heath Qu-24, Digital Mixer for Live and Studio, 24 Mono Inputs (TRS + XLR), 3 Ster...

€ 2,599.00  -  £2,172.54

soundcraft
siex3



Soundcraft SiEx3 Expression, 32 Motor Fader, 54 Mono and 6 Stereo channel, 31 busses, 4 Le...

€ 3,255.00  -  £2,720.91

allen & heath
qu-16



Allen & Heath Qu-16, Digital Mixer for Live and Studio, 16 Mono Inputs (TRS + XLR), 3 Ster...

€ 1,925.00  -  £1,609.14

behringer
pmp 4000



Behringer PMP 4000 - 16-channel powered mixer (8x mono, 4x stereo), 2x 800W/4 Ohms (1600W ...

€ 375.00  -  £313.46

behringer
pmp 6000



Behringer PMP 6000 - 20-channel powered mixer (12x mono, 4x stereo), 2x 800W/4 Ohms (1600W...

€ 519.00  -  £433.84

dynacord
powermate 600-3



Dynacord Powermate 600-3 Powered Mixer - 2x 1000W amplifier @ 4 Ohms, 6x mic/line channel,...

€ 1,529.00  -  £1,278.11

the t.mix
pm 800 bundle



the t.mix PM 800 Bundle containing...

€ 289.00  -  £241.58

behringer
xenyx x1204 usb



Behringer Xenyx X1204 USB - 12-channel mixer with 60mm faders, 4x mic inputs with 48V phan...

€ 155.00  -  £129.56

behringer
xenyx 802



Behringer Xenyx 802 8-channel mixer - 2 XLR mic inputs and 2 stereo line inputs with 3-Ban...

€ 52.00  -  £43.46

mackie
dl 1608



Mackie DL 1608, Mixer Dock for Apple iPad, 16 Mic Inputs, 6 Aux, 4 Band EQ, Compressor, Ga...

€ 1,090.00  -  £911.14

soundcraft
efx 8



Soundcraft EFX 8 - 8 channel mixer, 8x mono inputs, 2x stereo inputs, inserts on all chann...

€ 309.00  -  £258.29




Hot Deals - Deejay Gear!

Here's some PA-ware 'Hot-deal' DJ-mixer, turntable & accessory examples!


pioneer
ddj sx



Pioneer DDJ SX DJ Controller, Mixing with Serato, Dual Deck, Slip Mode, FX Mode, Multi FX ...

€ 888.00  -  £742.29

pioneer
ddj sb



Pioneer DDJ SB, 2-channel performance DJ controller/mixer packaged with Serato DJ Intro so...

€ 225.00  -  £188.08

pioneer
ddj sr



Pioneer DDJ SR, DJ Controller designed for use with Serato« DJ software. The smaller and m...

€ 555.00  -  £463.93

tascam
cd-200



Tascam CD-200 CD/mp3 Player - plays audio CDs, mp3 CDs and WAV file CDs, CD text and ID3 t...

€ 245.00  -  £204.79

pioneer
xdj-r1



Pioneer XDJ-R1, all in one DJ System, Double CD/USB Player, Remote Control via iPad, iPhon...

€ 858.00  -  £717.21

pioneer
cdj-900nxs



Pioneer CDJ-900NXS Professional Single DJ CD Player 24bit/48kHz soundcard, HID & MIDI cont...

€ 1,299.00  -  £1,085.85

numark
cdn77 usb



Numark CDN77 USB Double CD Player 19 ", Supports up to 2 USB drives, access to all drives ...

€ 339.00  -  £283.37

pioneer
cdj-350



Pioneer CDJ-350 - multi-format single CD player. Supports mp3, AAC, WAV & AIFF formats, US...

€ 525.00  -  £438.85

numark
mp 103 usb



Numark MP 103 USB, Dual USB Drive, CD/MP3CD, ID3 Tag, Master Tempo, 4, 8, 16, 100% Pitch C...

€ 195.00  -  £163.00

pioneer
djm 900 nxs



Pioneer DJM 900 NXS, Nexus,4 Channel DJ Club Mixer, Cross fader control, Fader Start, 3-Ba...

€ 1,658.00  -  £1,385.95

allen & heath
xone 42 black



Allen & Heath Xone 42 DJ Mixer - 2x turntable inputs (RCA phono RIAA), 2x line inputs, X-F...

€ 689.00  -  £575.94

numark
mixtrack pro ii



Numark Mixtrack Pro II USB/MIDI DJ Software Controller, Large, touch-sensitive control whe...

€ 195.00  -  £163.00

audio technica
at-lp120-usbc



Audio Technica AT-LP120-USBC, direct drive turntable with Line out and USB-connector, cast...

€ 233.00  -  £194.76

millenium
laptopstand



Millenium laptop stand - for DJ's who use Rane Serato, Traktor Scratch or other DJ systems...

€ 14.30  -  £11.95

millenium
laptopstand clamp



Millenium Laptop Stand Clamp ū suitable for Rane Serrato, Stanton Final Scratch and other ...

€ 29.00  -  £24.24

millenium
laptopstand dock



Millenium Laptop Dock ū suitable for Rane Serrato, Stanton Final Scratch and other DJ/PC s...

€ 29.00  -  £24.24




Hot Deals - Accessories!

Here's some PA-ware 'Hot-deal' accessory examples!


millenium
bs-2211b mkii set



Millenium BS-2211B MKII Set, Aluminium speaker stand, Solid speaker stand with a maximum L...

€ 42.00  -  £35.10

bss
ar133



BSS AR133 Active DI box - Battery or phantom power operated, XLR/jack in, jack link, XLR o...

€ 125.00  -  £104.48

alpine
musicsafe pro - silver edition



Alpine Music Safe Pro, Silver Edition, 2-pcs Gill-System in medical Material for perfect F...

€ 18.90  -  £15.79

stairville
stage tape 690bk



Stairville 690BK fabric tape - 50mm x 50m, black....

€ 7.50  -  £6.26

stairville
stage tape 690wh



Stairville 690WH Tape - 50m x 50mm fabric tape. Colour: White....

€ 7.50  -  £6.26

millenium
sg-1



Millenium SG-1, Signal Generator, Ideal zum Testen von Lautsprechern mit dem eingebautem 1...

€ 24.90  -  £20.81

stairville
stage tape 690sl



Stairville 690SL - fabric tape. 50m x 50mm. Colour: Silver....

€ 7.50  -  £6.26






 

we have a new pa section with lots of speaker plans!
click to go there



OK...This section is just starting.... It contains basic info about PA stuff & theory etc....and I'm going to start adding some speaker cabinet plans that you can build to get a cool system together on a budget for gig's & parties etc....Already there is one cabinet plan posted up...It's a full range cabinet ideal for building up a modular system, as you can make more cabs, and stack them as you go....As time goes on, I'll add plans for bass-bins, and other dedicated cabinets for Bi & tri-amped systems.....so....on with the show !


PA SYSTEMS INTRO
Well here we are.....PA is short for 'Public Address System', and comes originally from army bases, and factories/plants etc, before the advent of amplified gigs & clubs.Incidently, just a bit of historical stuff here: The first amplified rock concert given in the UK was by Tommy Steele believe it or not !!....er....

PA systems can be as simple as a mixer going into a pair of powered speaker cabs, all the way up to sodding great 100.000 watt modular systems. Whatever the system, the end desired result is to get the sound to the listener at an even level wherever they are positioned in the venue.

Speaker cabinets are designed to provide the loudest and most balanced sound for a given amplifier input, and utilise different designs to do this depending on the cabinets intended job. Matching the speakers to the cabinet volume & resonance is one criteria, and cabinet design can cause the outgoing sound to be dispersed widely at a short distance for venues such as a small club, or to project the sound a long distance, such as when one wishes to project a sound to the center and back of a large concert hall or venue. Getting the right cabinet design & positioning makes all the difference.


SOUND DISPERSAL

Ok..... In a big venue, obviously the requirements for a PA sound system are going to be different to that of a system in a small club, even though the volume may actually be higher in the club in proportion to the system used by the large venue.

Above, is a picture of a typical large venue system. The main PA contains the Bass stacks.... As you probably know, bass sounds are omni-directional, we dont really percieve them as coming from a directional source as much as higher frequencies.....So the bass bins radiate bass out and around the venue....

The lower & upper mid-range stacks, and tweeter/treble units in the main PA are 'LONG-THROW'....designed to penetrate to the back of the hall as well as possible....but this can leave a dead spot around the center, so to re-inforce the signal at the back & center of the hall, overhead 'Flyers' of mid-range & treble/tweeter units are 'Flown' above the main PA angled downward..... These units' cabinets and treble units are of a 'SHORT-THROW' design, and fill out the sound nicely, creating a reasonable balance throughout the venue !

For smaller live venues the main PA would be comprised of soley 'Short-Throw' units....Medium venues would be well covered by a mix of Long & Short-throw units.

On this picture, you can see a typical club efficient system....The bass-bins pump out bass to the floor, whilst the top end and mid-range is handled by 'Flown' units suspended around the dance-floor. Treble end frequencies are easily absorbed by soft matter such as humans !!.....so by flying the top-end units above the floor angled downward, and then balancing the mix between Bass and Mid/Treble end with an active cross-over or graphic, you can keep the music crisp and pumping. I have to say, that this is an art not too difficult to achieve, yet it seems to elude alot of club owners..... The amount of times my friggin' ears get wrecked by over-the-top treble ended systems really shags me off.....which is why I'm usually dancing somewhere around the back or sides of the main dance-floor, or right up front with my head in the bass-bins....in fact, anywhere to escape the horrible sizzling, ear-frying treble !!


As I said above....Higher frequencies are more directional, and become more so the higher you go...... The directional caharacteristics of a sound is known as the 'BEAM' as for a car head-light........and Tweeters are the most directional of all....

'Bullet' tweeters give great projection over distances, but have a very narrow conical 'Beam'.....You can use 'Slot' Tweeters as an alternative, which give much greater width of dispersion, but don't carry the treble sound very far.



Horizontal dispersion with 'Bullet' tweeters (Conical H.F pattern 'Long-Throw')


Horizontal dispersion using 'Slot' tweeters (Broadbeam HF pattern 'Short-Throw')


DIFFERENT CABINETS-TYPES OR 'ENCLOSURES'

Ok......outside of the odd mega-complex design theories out there, most cabinets or 'Enclosures' fall into 3 basic types:

  • SEALED BOX (infinate Baffle)
  • TUNED REFLEX
  • HORN LOADED

SEALED BOX / INFINATE BAFFLE
The simplest of all, being a straight.....er....sealed box !!....Just like your average hi-fi speaker. Because there is no way for the air behind the speaker to escape, this design offers the greatest 'damping' effect on the back of the speaker cone. This can be good to get the most out of the speakers power handling, but usually bottom end bass-response is lower than with other designs.... So to build a bassy sealed-unit requires a damned big box !!!

REFLEX ENCLOSURE
Ok.....these units add an open port or vent to allow air to escape from inside the box....The size of the port is critical to the 'Tuning' of the system. What you get with a reflex design, is greater bass from smaller box sizes, so this technique is often used by small hi-fi manufacturers to get some 'Oooomph' into the bottom end of their speakers.

HORN LOADED
These units are used for bass and bottom mid only, there are various designs such as the 'W' Bin......and they are all extremely complicated to design.....but basically, the inside of the cabinet contains chambers and tunnels, often combined with reverse mounted or angle-mounted drivers, designed to 'Throw' the bass out over distances. They are used where good high-frequency extended bass response and excellent directivity is required for large venues.



So.... That's a few basics.....To build up your own system, it's probably best to begin with 'Full-Range' modular cabinets.... 'Full-Range' means the cabinets contain Bass, Mid & Treble speaker units, kinda like a massive hi-fi speaker..... you can multiply these as you expand by simply lining them up side by side.....All you need to go with the Left & Right cabs is a decent stereo power amp, say between 250 & 500 watts per channel, and your decks & mixer !!

If you want to expand further from there, you can add dedicated bass-bins, and switch to a 'Bi-Amped' system.....



BI-AMP SYSTEM

Right.....Bi-amping......nope, it ain't an amp that likes to shag other amps of the same gender !!..... It simply means you split the signal coming from the mixer into 2 frequency ranges.....

Bass / Lower-mid & Upper-mid / - AND - Treble...... simple huh ?... Most hi-fi type & nearfield type speakers with a bass/mid & treble tweeter split off the treble to the tweeter at around 10K... it's....but how d'you do that ?........Well, you need to use a cross-over unit...


CROSS-OVERS

Ok.......There are two types of cross-over.......Passive & Active.....both types split the incoming signal into component parts of different frequencies according to the units design and intended use. The cross-over allows the frequencies in a full-range incoming signal to be distributed to the correct type of speaker that can utilise the signal best by operating within it's intended bandwidth.
The other function of the cross-over, is to protect against speaker damage that can occur when low frequencies are fed to midrange & treble units.

PASSIVE
A passive cross-over, is the type as you have inside your hi-fi speakers. It is a bunch of electrical components mounted on a curcuit-board that need NO power supply.

ACTIVE
An active cross-over is an electronic device, (usually rack-mounting), which is connected between the mixer & power amps. The frequency spectrum is split before it is amplified, and each loudspeaker recieves it's own correct bandwidth of sound delivered by it's own dedicated amp.


Ok....Crossover points are to an extent determined by the speaker cabinet design, but are mainly influenced by the type and design of speakers used.... But here are the usual cross-over frequency ranges for the various typical system configurations.......

2 way system bass to treble 3 kHz - 5 kHz
3 way system bass to mid
mid to treble
500 Hz - 1.5 kHz
3 kHz - 5 kHz
4 way system bass to low-mid
low-mid to mid
mid to treble
200 Hz - 400 Hz
800 Hz - 1.5 kHz
3 kHz - 5 kHz
super-tweeter - 5 kHz - 10 kHz











ROLL YER OWN !!

Oh yes !!........Cos what you really want to know is...."How the fuck do I make one"....correct ??......well, here's some stuff just for you i scanned from an old Fane book I got at a car-boot sale for 50p.....I have added a plan for a basic 'Full-Range' enclosure that can be used to build a cool system. All you have to do is build 2 of these babies to get off the ground.... You can then upgrade by building another pair so you have 4 cabinets in total.... One pair with a decent stereo power amp should be plenty fine for some serious party sounds, then just add more units......Each cabinet can be made from one sheet of 8' X 4' timber.....so before you click for the plans, read this page about construction methods.... I've done alot of wood & construction stuff ...even a few studio's... the notes & construction tips are taken from my own woodworking experience based on looking at the plans....

Lastly I'd like to add... I'm not an acoustic's 'tech-bot' ... These may not be 'State-of-The-Art' etc... 'latest design technology' etc... but that aint the essence of any TRUE 'Dance' music vibe to me... For me it ALL comes from squat-parties & warehouse-parties, house-parties, sounds, community-center jams, street-jams, small clubs etc etc... These boxes follow the fixed laws of acoustics well enuff for that scene... they just aint like for your Tina-Turner concert tho !!...

So I just thought these plans would be useful to bang up some boxes of a weekend for those kinda activities... Fuck!.. when we were starting we had like some crappy 200 watt DJ-unit with speakers ting... big but crappy with an amp... we thought it was superb, you could blast anyones cheezy hi-fi away for parties, so you get asked to do parties !! :-) .. THAT is the whole fuckin idea of having a little sound.. serious... some people start off at school or college with a few crappy but LOUD boxes they knocked up, and play parties after parties, and in a few years they are doing a club etc... Thinking back, I can remember the sound of that system we had... it was well off, and boxxy as hell !!, but it had BASS & THUMP!!... & it was loud...

Boxes like the ones these plans will make are a BIG step up from that kit, and in quantity, adding units together, these designs can fuel a decent sound just fine well up to playing house-parties, smaller-clubs & warehouse gigs etc... and when you go to those sort of gigs this is the sort of boxes you hear :-)


CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT CONSTRUCTION TIPS

JBL - THE MOST COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BUILDING ENCLOSURES







CABINET PLANS


(Each page contains a downloadable plan as a gif image, sized to print-out onto an A4 page)
















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ATTENTION ALL SMARTASSES!! - BEFORE YOU BOTHER POSTING YET ANOTHER TIRED COMMENT SHOWING HOW CLEVER YOU ARE TO POINT OUT YET AGAIN (YAWN) THAT SOME OF THE INFO ABOVE IS FROM A FANE BOOK, WE ALREADY KNOW THAT OK... OK.. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING USEFUL TO CONTRIBUTE DO SO, IF NOT, GO AWAY AND CRITICISE THE WIFE'S COOKING OR WHATEVER YOU DO TO PASS THE TIME FEELING SUPERIOR.

Some of the images above & some of the plans are indeed scanned from an old FANE book found at a car-boot sale, big deal!, Fane can always sue me, but as it's free promo for them I doubt they will. Also, I could create the same drawings myself all over again, I did work for years on Live rigs so it's hardly a problem to do so. But at the time this page was started it was just easier to scan their old images than to do the same stuff all over again. However, plenty of other work has gone into this section, and sadly it is VERY hard to find PA info online for noobs, so what is added here is in the interest of helping people. Now carry on and post any useful comments or requests for whatever you want.





CLICK FOR PA/LIVE/GIGGING FORUM

We'd like to see more use of the PA/Gigging/Live forum for questions and chatting, so we're adding in a Link here 'cos we just realised there is no link in the PA-Section (*sigh*)

There's so little PA resources on the www, so feel free to join the forum and lets try and build it up - With our forums you can add file-attachments to forum posts if you are registered, so plans or pictures etc can be added with posts!!

Alternatively, leave some user comments above...


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