Bose Pro Audio
Avid Pro Tools
Native Instruments Komplete 11
Focusrite Saffire Pro 40
Pioneer CDJ Tour 1
Pioneer DJM Tour 1 Mixer
Pioneer Toraiz SP 16 Sampler
Mixars Duo Official Serator DJ Mixer
Mixars LTA Direct Drive Turntable
JBL EON One Pro
PreSonus StudioLive 16.0.2
JBL EON One Linear Array PA System
Apogee Element 24
Apogee Element 46
Apogee Element 88
Caig Deoxit d5s Contact Cleaner
Pioneer DJM S9 2 Channel Battle Mixer
Native Instruments Traktork Kontrol S8
Numark tt250 USB Professional Turntable
Shure M44 7 Competition DJ Cartridge
Fender Expo System
Some of the most interesting things in this section are the various types of L1 System. Based on a distinctive line array that's almost as narrow as other PA speakers' stands, they can serve as monitor and PA at the same time. Some, like the Bose L1 Model II System, are available with a bass module and/or T1 ToneMatch Audio Engine to open up the performance envelope even further. If you already own an L1 tower and you'd like to expand it with these options, never fear: the ToneMatch engine, B1 Bass Module and B2 Bass Module are each available individually so upgrades are easy to manage.
If you're planning a full-sized stage setup and looking for some serious power, the Panaray line is something you should definitely look into. Their cabinets, like the Bose Panaray 402 II Loudspeaker and Panaray 802 III Loudspeaker, are built with specially-angled drivers that do a fantastic job of filling a venue with even, consistent audio. They're balanced enough to sound great with vocals, instruments and more, so no matter what you're using them to play, you can expect great results.
When sound quality and quick setup are priorities, Bose is tough to beat. They're experts at building speakers that cover every cubic inch of the performance space, showing that Bose pro audio is about more than just high fidelity. It's about eliminating dead zones and making sure that everyone in the audience, as well as onstage, hears the music just the same as everybody else... the way it was meant to be heard.