- Find the best PA speakers for your needs
- Different drivers for our PA speakers
- How to install your PA speakers
boost your music listening experience, with auna PA speakers
When it comes to listening to music, although many products such as TVs or computers often include their speakers, you may soon feel the need for a PA system that can reproduce your favourite tracks in better quality. Indeed, you don't have to be an audiophile or a high-definition sound purist to realise the difference professional-quality speakers can make.
With dedicated PA speakers designed to bring out the best response in the low, mid and high frequencies, the latest generation of loudspeakers deliver crystal-clear music reproduction for an unforgettable listening experience. To achieve an optimal result, you can choose passive PA loudspeakers matching your amplifier’s power, if you already have one, or powered PA speakers (also known as active speakers) providing greater flexibility and convenience, as you can save on the purchase of the amplifier itself.
On auna you can find a wide range of PA systems for sale, combining high-quality music playback with ease of use at a very competitive price. We believe that you don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy music properly, and once you've experienced the quality of our PA speakers, we're sure you'll agree. Check out our product gallery, read the specs carefully and get inspired by our sound PA systems. You can now buy our PA speakers conveniently online, saving on shipping costs, and for any inquiries, you can count on our helpful customer support service.
Find the best PA speakers for your needs
With the rapid advancement of sound technology, many people have opted for high-quality reproduction devices to generate robust, clean sound. However, sometimes old speakers can no longer keep up with new audio players. Sometimes, when you are at a friend's house, and he plays some music, you may realise that the sound is much better than at your place, even though your player is newer and has better features. What happens then? To put it simply, the problem could be the speakers you use. If you recently changed your CD player, record player or radio record player but are still using your old speakers, they may no longer be up to the new sound technology, may have some minor malfunctions or signs of wear, or may simply not be fully compatible with your new HiFi system.
Continue reading, as we would like to provide you with some useful information to guide your purchase, allowing you to understand the main aspects you need to pay attention to determine which PA speakers are suitable for your listening needs.
Different drivers for our PA speakers
In the world of sound and high fidelity, PA speakers play a key role, but not all components perform the same functions, and a lot depends on the needs that each user has. Why do we say this? Because not all music sounds good through all speakers. Remember that there are at least three basic types of drivers.
Starting from the top of the frequency range, tweeters reproduce the highest frequencies and are usually smaller. Then there are the midrange speakers, which, as the name suggests, are responsible for reproducing midrange frequencies. Finally, there are the so-called woofers, which are perfect for low frequencies. There is a fourth type, called subwoofer, designed to deliver the best results for frequencies below the bass, typically in the range between 40 and 100 Herz, mounted on certain types of loudspeakers.
We have referred to the user's needs because we think it is appropriate to ask: what kind of music do I listen to regularly? Are bass or treble sounds predominant? These simple questions can help you determine what type of hi-fi speakers you need. Regardless of whether you're looking for more or less expensive hi-fi speakers, as well as thinking about price, there are a few features you should check in the specifications before buying:
In audio reproduction, power is measured in watts, so the more watts your speakers have, the more sound power they can generate. Higher power speakers usually have better sound quality, especially if the amplification system can provide enough power. Also, many users recommend using PA speakers in stereo mode, since most records and audio equipment on the market today support it. On the other hand, in terms of frequency, we can say that an ideal PA speaker system should cover a range between 20 Hz and 20000 Hz, that roughly corresponds to the human ear's range of perception of sound frequency.
We recommend choosing PA loudspeakers that suit the space where you plan to use them. On auna, you will find floor standing speakerss with a distinctly vertical profile, and bookshelf speakers. Some loudspeakers are specifically designed to be mounted on walls or ceilings, and there are also tower speakers which are the largest and generally sound very good. Finally, there are outdoor speakers and portable PA systems with a waterproof cover protecting them and making them suitable for gardens or any space where they may get in touch with harsh weather conditions.
How to install your PA speakers
For those not very familiar with technology, installing and using hi-fi speakers, a receiver, amplifier or home entertainment system may seem complex. But despite the myriad of connections and the risk of tangled cables, it is not as complicated as you might fear. Even if you have just a basic knowledge of home audio equipment, installing getting your PA speakers to work can be done in no time. Before you start, it's a good idea to position your PA speakers correctly, as this may or may not involve moving other devices. Once everything is ready, it's time to connect the speakers; to avoid accidental damage to your computer, be sure to turn off all devices before connecting or disconnecting cables.
Choose your cable and connection type. Apart from wireless pa systems, PA speakers are commonly connected via speaker cable, RCA, 3.5mm auxiliary cable or optical digital cable. Whichever output option you choose for your loudspeakers, make sure that the receiver or amplifier you are connecting them to has the same type of input ports available.
Measure distances; although the cables supplied by the manufacturer are usually long enough, in certain situations, you may need them a bit longer. Determine how and where the cables will run from the speakers to the target device. In most cases, cables are laid on the floor to keep them out of sight and avoid being stepped on and tangled. Measure the distance the cables have to travel and compare it with the distance you have on hand. It is always a good idea to leave them a little loose.
Make sure you connect the wires correctly. If you intend to use a 3.5 mm cable, this recommendation does not apply, and you can simply connect the cable to the power supply and the receiver. However, the ends of RCA or speaker cables are marked for the left and right audio channels. When using a speaker cable, you will notice that the input and output terminals are marked as negative (-) and positive (+), often black for negative and white or red for positive. The same applies to RCA cables, which should also have their ends marked for the left and right audio channels. RCA cables and connectors are labelled as L (left) and R (right), marked white and red respectively.
Connect the cables, making sure the connections are secure. When using speaker cables, these may come with stripped ends that you need to connect to a small spring plug connectors, stripped wire to terminals, spade connector or a banana plug. With RCA cables, simply connect the male end to the female terminal. Ensure that the left and right channels are correctly plugged - the positive terminal on the receiver must be connected to the positive terminal on the speaker for both the left and right channels. Correcting the phase of the loudspeaker is critical to obtaining the best possible sound. It is a common mistake not to have cables connected in the same way on both components, and in this case, you will surely perceive a loss in terms of sound quality.
Turn on and test your speakers. Now that you have everything connected, it's finally time to turn everything on and test your speakers. If nothing happens, or if something doesn't seem to be working correctly, try to find out why the system isn't making any sound. If not, it is finally time to relax and enjoy your new auna PA speakers.