PreSonus Live Sound
At the heart of each bundle in this section is the PreSonus StudioLive 16.0.2 Digital Mixer. This was a great choice for PreSonus to build its ensembles around, since it gives you a really good balance of features and size. It's big enough to host a ton of controls, powered by twelve XMAX Class A solid-state preamps... but at the same time, it's small enough to fit comfortably on a 2' wide stand.
The biggest decision you'll need to make when choosing between the packages is which set of PA speakers you'd like to have. PreSonus is thoughtful enough to offer plenty of options, including several sizes of QSC cabinets, a set of Harbinger APS15s, Mackie Thump TH-15As, Yamaha DSR115s and more. The benefits of all that variety are simple: you get more control, and more opportunity to personalize your PreSonus live sound kit by picking out the right cabinets for your needs.
Speaking of cabinets, PreSonus has their own series of loudspeakers available as well. Built to the same high standards as their mixers, these are serious speakers ready to tackle the most demanding pro audio applications. You can choose between 12" and 15" drivers with the StudioLive 312AI and 315AI loudspeakers, and if you really want to raise the roof, add in the StudioLive 18sAI Active Subwoofer to get the bass thumping loud.
PreSonus has proven itself to be one of the rising stars of the live sound industry. It all started with their mixers, and now they've added some truly impressive PA speakers to their lineup, not to mention teaming up the StudioLive 16.0.2 mixer with all kinds of other loudspeakers to give audio professionals even more options to choose from. When you want to bring great acoustics to your venue, PreSonus live sound systems are ready to help.