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HH Tessen and Tessen X now on demo at Pro Audio Centre

We think that HH Electronics’ gear might be the best kept secret in the Pro Audio world.  Founded in the 60’s in Cambridge, HH Electronics has long been a staple for music industry professionals when it comes to guitar amps.  In the modern era they provide high-end PA systems informed by 50 years of design […]

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Numark Mixtrack Quad Review

When browsing online looking to purchase a DJ controller, it was essential that my chosen controller would allow me to construct a four deck mix when practising.  As the proud owner of four Pioneer CDJ 800s, planning a DJ set can be somewhat time consuming, as the only way to practise is to burn countless […]

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Yamaha STAGEPAS 400i & 600i Review

The ‘portable’ sector of the PA market is growing fast with manufacturers competing to meet the demand for systems that are compact, easy to transport and simple to use. Pro Audio veterans Yamaha made a splash in 2006 with the STAGEPAS series, a range of portable PA’s consisting of two speakers and a mixer/amp unit. […]

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LD Systems DVOX Review

This latest addition to LD Systems’ growing microphone section is the LD Systems DVOX – a large diaphragm studio condenser, which claims a suitability to vocals, acoustic instruments (such as piano, guitar and woodwind) and as a room microphone. To find out whether it’s set to rival microphone giants such as Audio-Technica and Electro-Voice by […]

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HK Audio Lucas Nano 300 Review

HK Audio Nano 300

When you work at a shop specialising in PA equipment, choosing what PA to buy for yourself is both an easy and difficult choice.  Easy because I’ve got gear from some of the world’s best brands to demo to my heart’s content.  But also difficult because I know just how many great options there are […]

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Audio Technica AT2020USB+ Review

The more common mixing desk and USB audio interface setup is being fast replaced by USB/firewire desks. More recently USB microphones, which save on space and money, are growing in popularity, versatility and quality so I teamed up with local musician Matthew Johnstone to find out how this latest offering from Audio Technica stood up […]

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QTX QR12PA Review

Portable PA Systems are gaining popularity amongst presenters, fitness instructors and performers alike, offering a cost-effective alternative to bulky, cumbersome and complex traditional Public Address arrangements. Furthermore, battery powered PA’s are eliminating the need for a mains supply, adding to the versatility of these units. The QRPA Series comes with 10”, 12” and 15” low […]

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Alesis Transactive Wireless

Transactive Wireless at Soundsavers

It was with disappointment that we heard the news that Alesis were to discontinue their incredibly popular Transactive Mobile.  For several years it’s been a real favourite with many of our customers, ranging from Zumba class teachers to buskers.  Whilst there are now several other similar products from different manufacturers out there, the Alesis was […]

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Kam Transporter 300 Review

Kam Transporter 300

When customers call Pro Audio Centre to get advice on buying a PA system there’s one thing we find ourselves saying again and again: “What about a Kam Transporter?” The Kam Transporter is a highly flexible 300W PA with a number of features that make it a cut above the rest. Unpacked the system consists […]

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Pulse Megamouth MKII Review

Pulse Megamouth MKII

The Pulse Megamouth was undoubtedly one of our favourite products so we were encouraged to hear Pulse had introduced a new Mk II version, shortly before the original line was to be discontinued. At first glance the new Megamouth looks almost identical to it’s predecessor and you’d be hard pushed to differentiate the two by looking […]

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