12" 2-Way Active Loudspeaker

DXR Series loudspeakers offer superb high-definition sound and class-leading sound pressure levels—yet in a more compact and extremely functional design that provides a level of versatility unmatched by any speaker in its class today.The DXR12 achieves class-leading SPLs and full bandwidth performance by combining a powerful Class-D amplifier with a high-power woofer and Yamaha's cutting edge technologies. Throw in some D-CONTOUR and you'll feel like you're using a subwoofer. 12" 2-way, Bi-amp powered speaker, Bass-reflex type Frequency Range (-10dB) 52Hz - 20kHzCrossover FIR-X tuning™ (linear phase FIR filter)Output power Dynamic:1100W (LF: 950W HF: 150W) / Continuous: 700W (LF: 600W HF: 100W)Maximum output level (1m; on axis) 132dB SPL

 Mackie SRM 550 12" High Definition Speaker

1600W system power 800W RMS paired with custom transducers deliver gig-level volumes with room to spare 12” high-output LF driver / 1.4” titanium dome compression driver “Built-Like-A-Tank” all-wood, internally-braced cabinet delivers unmatched road-worthiness Rugged 18-gauge steel grille and fine-textured, sleek black cabinet finish Front ported for maximum low-end extension and punch High-Definition Audio Processing for professional sound with unmatched clarity Patented acoustic correction developed with touring geniuses at EAW® Precision 2-way digital crossover Driver time alignment and phase correction Quick one-button Speaker Mode selection for application-specific voicing (PA, DJ, Monitor and Soloist) Effortlessly eliminate nasty feedback with one-button automatic Feedback Destroyer Integrated 2-channel mixer featuring dual Mackie Wide-Z™ inputs Handles anything from mics to guitars to mixers with a single twist of the gain knob Includes stereo RCA inputs for easy connection to music source Perfect for the singer/songwriter, plug in and leave the mixer at home Smart Protect™ DSP kicks in to protect your investment when things get pushed a little too hard Monitor-specific 60-degree angle and voicing mode perfect for cutting through on stage




The MG102C is an ideal mixer for basic music production or live sound applications that require high sound quality from a relatively small number of input sources. It is remarkably compact and lightweight, but no compromises have been made in sound quality. It even has built-in channel compressors that, although easy to operate, can significantly enhance the quality of your mixes. An optional adaptor allows the mixer to be mounted on a microphone stand for easy access and convenient positioning on stage. Features: * Comprehensive, Easy-access Connector Panel * Four High-performance Microphone Preamplifiers with Switchable Phantom Power * Built-in Channel Compressors * 3-band Channel EQ and High-pass Filter * Effect/Aux Sends * Stereo, Control Room, Monitor, and Headphone Outputs * Bright Meters for Visual Level Monitoring * Lightweight, Portable Design





With the Mix12FX, Mackie proves that mixers don't have to be large and complex. Not only does this well-organised mixer have 4 microphone inputs and 4 stereo inputs, it also features 12 built-in effects that allow you to add some reverb to your vocals, for instance. The Mix12FX is suitable for a variety of applications: place it in your rehearsal space, use it to mix a small ensemble, or employ it as a keyboard mixer. The Mix12FX's first four channels have a 3-band EQ with a 75Hz high-pass filter, which makes the mixer ideal for mixing vocals. An FX knob allows you to adjust the effect level for each channel individually. Additionally, the mixer's control room/headphone volume can be controlled independently from the main volume, and its stereo inputs can be used in mono mode as well. Its microphone preamplifier offers high headroom and features a special low-noise design.




dbx have led the signal dynamics brigade for over two decades. The 266XL fully utilises that expertise. It employs their OverEasy compression and True RMS Power Summing. The expander/gate has a threshold from -65 to +15dBu with a ratio of 1.2:1 to 8:1. The compressor has identical thresholds and ratios with an attack control ranging from 3dB/mSec to 0.04dB/mSec. Compression can be set to OverEasy, another dbx innovation. The release time is variable between 250 and 5 dB /Sec. These can be set to manual or automatic to become programme dependent. This is followed by an output gain control. Threshold status either above or below the desired level. The amount of gain reduction is displayed on an LED bargraph. There are bypass and stereo link switches. Inputs and outputs are on XLRs.


Lexicon MX200 Dual Reverb/Effects Processor

MX200 features the deep, rich reverb and effects algorithms that built the Lexicon legend, and adds increased versatility with special effects and dbx dynamics. Each of the 32 stunning reverbs and effects and their parameters are all instantly accessible within a single button push or knob turn on the intelligently designed front panel without wading through bank after bank of tedious menus.


The SM Wireless Vocal System with SM58, an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid microphone
Picks up most sound in front of the microphone and some from the sides. It is less susceptible to feedback in high volume environments. Dynamic mics have a simple, rugged construction and can handle very high sound pressure levels.Vocal microphone; tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal reproduction combines simple setup and an intuitive interface for performance you can trust in.
Industry standard microphone tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal reproduction with analogue (BLX) transmission. 



The Sennheiser Freeport Handheld Microphone system which comes complete with the Sennheiser SK3 microphone, a well constructed dynamic cardioid mic with a fixed capsule. The mic is powered from a 9v battery which fits neatly into the handle....

The system also includes a Sennheiser EM1 reciever, power supply and a microphone clip. This full-diversity UHF system offers 4 switchable frequencies within the range 863-865MHz (licence-free in the UK), allowing you to quickly and easily change frequencies when using multiple system setups, or to avoid interference from another nearby system. The EM1 receiver unit is well constructed in a small metal case, about half-rack size. It features two swivel antennae, and LED indicators for power, channel activity, audio peaking and RF (radio frequency) level.

The rear panel houses balanced XLR and unbalanced jack outputs (make your life easy when patching to a Live Sound mixing desk) as well as gain and squelch controls and the DC power connector. This means that it incorporates two independent receiver paths, one connected to each antenna. The receiver will automatically switch to the one providing the strongest signal, thereby reducing the risk of system drop-outs and loss of signal continuity. .