Videos about big audio systems

Here are some interesting videos related to PA and sound reinforcement systems. Wikipedia defines that a public address system (PA system) is an electronic system comprising microphones, amplifiers, loudspeakers, and related equipment. It increases the apparent volume (loudness) of a human voice, musical instrument, or other acoustic sound source or recorded sound or music. The term, sound reinforcement system generally means a PA system specifically for live music or performance. A sound reinforcement system for a rock concert or other large event in a stadium may be very complex.

Larsen effect

A brief history of live sound reinforcement

Stage Left Audio – Event Video 11

Dave Rat about his sound engineering for the Red Hot Chili Peppers live tour 2016


Look inside D&B, L’Acoustics and MicroWedge Monitors

DJ Sub and Speaker Placement For Dummies

Cardioid Subwoofers and Nexo Technology Part 1

Time Lapse of a Large PA Audio Sound System Setup for Rock & Roll

#38 – Arena line array system walk-through

How to Set Up a Simple PA System

Sound System Tuning Step-by-Step using TRACT and Smaart

Audio 101- How to do a pro sound check.


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    From Line Source to Point Source – How the KS AUDIO VC LINE works

    KS has established a reputation as a producer of excellent line array systems for professional users. With the C LINE, KS sets the benchmark in compact Line Array systems, a system that meets the highest requirements for both high sound quality and simple handling.

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    11 Ways How Recording Studios Bait New Clients

  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Analog Mixer Basics (How to Use An Analog Mixer)

    A basic walk through of an analog mixer, mixing desk or mixing console commonly found in live PA systems, church systems, podcasting, broadcasting and recording.
    Specifically, the Behringer Xenyx QX2442 USB.

    Mic Used: Sennheiser e835
    Interface: Behringer UMC 404 HD
    Camera: Canon SL2

    FINALLY, a video on how to use a mixing board where the audio quality actually sounds like….God forbid someone who knows how to use a sound board.

  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    How To Solder XLR Microphone Cables [Step-By-Step Tutorial]

    In this video, you’ll lean how to make your own XLR microphone cables! I’ll show you what materials and tools are needed and I’ll walk you step-by-step through the process of making an XLR cable.

    View the full list of materials and tutorial for making XLR microphone cables here:


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