What is a Public Address System?
One or more speakers designed to replicate audio or speech to a group of people qualifies as a PA system. There are many types of PA systems that are best suited for events, concerts or school environments.
The unique features of PA systems are that no two are alike. While many manufactures might make every component that a system's needs, it is common to mix and match components from different manufacturers.
Components of a PA System
PA Speakers come in countless different shapes and sizes. Each speaker serves a different function within the system, but each depends on the other.
- Create the bulk of the PA’s sound.
- Main speakers are usually mounted on walls in rooms or externally in larger outdoor areas.
- Sized between 10”-15” with a smaller tweeter speaker above the woofer.
PA speakers can either be passive or active. Amplifiers convert the line-level signal of the mixer to a level where it can drive the speaker to the necessary volume.
- Active Speakers have an internal amplifier of their own.
- Passive speakers have no internal amplifier and require an external amplifier.
- Trusting the entirety of the system’s sound to one component.
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