The Magma series of PA speakers are the premium choice from the Seismic Audio stable. Built to rigorous standards, these speakers are solid enough to stand up to a lifetime of gigs. Each powered cabinet is matched to a purpose-built amplifier ensuring consistent sound quality every time. The single speaker cabinets, passive and active, are […]Read more "Seismic Spotlight: Magma Series Powered PA Speakers"
Powered, or active, speakers are the new kids on the block of the audio world. We, here at Seismic Audio, offer many different choices for all types of situations but why would you choose this new technology over the traditional favorite passive speakers? There are many reasons, here are the Top 5. Simplify your PA […]Read more "Five Reasons to Choose Powered Speakers"
One of the most enduring mysteries among working musicians is the difference between Mic Cables and DMX cables. They look exactly the same. They both use three pin XLR connectors, mostly. A mic cable will send DMX signals and a DMX cable will send audio signals. But, are they truly interchangeable? They are not […]Read more "XLR versus DMX"
Today, we’re going to examine one of the most exciting products on offer from Seismic Audio. The Compact Line Array is truly ground-breaking. Seismic Audio exists to sell quality gear below traditional retail prices and nowhere does that show more clearly than in our Line Array offerings. Once, you needed semi-trailers, a massive crew and an […]Read more "Seismic Spotlight: Compact Line Array"
Music, at its heart, is simply 12 notes. We all know it is more than that, however. From our earliest ancestors, first learning to sing, to our present day smorgasbord of genres and sub-genres, the one constant has been evolution. Every so often, a new instrument is created that unlocks new possibilities for those same […]Read more "Top 10 Instruments That Changed The World"
The amplifier is something that is essential to all PA systems. Knowing what you need based on the speakers you have is very important. There are several different things to look for in your amplifier, but first determine the resistance (or Ohms) of your speaker cabinets. Remember that daisy-chaining speakers will change the overall resistance. […]Read more "Which Power Amplifier is Right For You?"
If you own your own PA, you have cables. Lots and lots of cables. If you’re like most people, they all have the same black cable jacket we’ve been using since the beginning of time. There is a better way. The benefits of colored cable are numerous. Check it out! 1. Style – The […]Read more "The Top 5 Reasons Colored Cables are Better"
Alright all you big timers, time to hit the road! We’ve all been there; driving hours through the night to make the next show, gear in a trailer behind you, and everything you own in the back of the van. Sleeping in the fetal position wondering when your next shower will be is always the […]Read more "Tour Season Gear Suggestions"
There are many types and variations of monitors available. Choosing which one is right for you depends on many factors, but more important than any other is what you will be monitoring with it. Will you monitor only vocals or vocals and instruments? What frequency range will those instruments inhabit? Is it a bass guitar […]Read more "Which Floor Monitor is Right for You?"
The seismic audio cable tester is a continuity tester to ensure that your signal is good from one connector to another. To start, test the battery by moving the switch to the battery check position. The test leads can be used on to test any connection and […]Read more "Seismic Audio Tips and Tricks: Using the Seismic Audio Cable Tester"