All prices are exclusive of VAT. Minimum hire is one week, with a minimum charge of £100. Discounts will be automatically calculated for hires longer than one week. Hires are available to UK customers only. Delivery and collection are extra: smaller items can be sent by post or courier; larger items can be delivered by courier. If you have any questions or special requirements feel free to email me.
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QSC K12.2 Speakers
These are very portable 12-inch speakers with built-in 2000 watt amplifier, and small mixer/DSP on the rear of the unit (for example, allowing an iPod to also be plugged straight into the speaker). They mount on a tripod (and feature two holes, one that allows the unit to be mounted vertically, and one aiming slightly downwards at 7.5 degrees). A yoke is also available to fly them, either in landscape or portrait orientation.
QSC KS112 sub-woofer
This is the matching sub-woofer for the K12.2, where added sub-bass may be needed (The K12.2 can happily operate without if need be). It’s a single 12-inch sub-bass with built-in 2000 watt amplifier and DSP unit (allowing crossover frequencies, EQ and delay to be adjusted, if desired). 622 x 394 x 616 in size, and 28.4 kg. It comes with a fabric case, and build-in wheels for transport.
d&b C6 with vertical fly frames
This speaker is a classic, with the signature d&b sound, with a 60x40 degree coverage. This is the install version, which doesn’t have handles or a pole mount (unlike in the picture here). It comes flight-cased as a pair, with vertical fly frames attached inside the case, allowing for quick installation. Manufacturer’s link
d&b E18 sub-bass
This is a single 18-inch sub-woofer with d&b’s signature sound, covering 38-110 Hz. It has a single NL4 on the rear, and is the install version (so is smooth on all sides, without any handles or wheels). It comes in a wheeled flight case. An EPac amp can drive one E18, or a D6 amp can drive two E18’s.
This is one of the smallest speakers aimed at the theatre market. Using a 4-inch driver, with a 0.85-inch tweeter co-axially mounted, this is an incredibly small speaker. Yet it has a range of connectivity options (a pair of NL4 Speakon sockets on the rear, as well as terminal blocks), and rigging options (with three M8 sockets to attach threaded rod or similar, and includes a yoke to fly it using a scaffold coupler)