The weight load on stage structures is dramatically reduced as much fewer speakers are needed in the concert setups. This allows for simpler stage setups that are faster to deploy, mount, and disassemble.


Horn-loaded speakers are amplified acoustically, making our systems demand much less power than traditional speakers. Along with much fewer speakers needed in complete concert setups, the total power demand will be a fraction of the current standard. Setups that previously required a high degree of auxiliary power can now be powered from ordinary wall sockets.


As our speaker setups for concert venues demand far fewer speakers than traditionally, touring becomes a much simpler, faster, and cheaper operation. This means that concert setups that previously demanded semi-trucks now can be transported in vans. Setups can be completed much quicker and with fewer people, reducing cost.

Combine tops and subs

Most NNNN tops and subs can be matched together seamlessly as long as differences in physical delay and SPL capability are accounted for. For the majority of the portfolio, there is a comfortable frequency overlap between tops and subs, and the tonal character is designed to be as close to a match as possible throughout the frequency range.


A great concert venue makes the performed art the center of attention. Speaker setups have traditionally been visually demanding by their sheer size. Given the number of speakers traditionally required, especially in concert halls, the visual impact has often detracted from both the stage and the architecture. Our speakers and subs are changing this entirely by having a fraction of the visual impact in any room while providing superior sound.