Gear Reviews

Over the last month, I’ve had several opportunities to get better acquainted with the KW152s in a variety of challenging venues—so, what do I think?For my initial review, “QSC KW 152, First Time Out...
Yamaha’s Audioversity in Vegas was an audio engineer’s wet dream... From FOH and monitor mixing tips with some of sound’s best ears to how to’s on using EtherSound to network for live sound and...
With up to 1001 selectable UHF frequencies in 25 kHz spacing in three available frequency bands (including the new I Band), Audio-Technica's upgraded 3000 Series delivers outstanding professional...
Everyone knows that wireless mics are a vocalist’s best friend. We all want one. More than that, we want the right one. It can’t be cheap. It can’t be spotty. And it can’t make a mockery of us at the...
Sometimes a piece of gear comes along that looks kind of cool and you look at the modest price and you think, “What's the catch?” Most of the time, there are several catches. But not this time…...
Hi, my name is Bill and I’m an Audio Snob... (“Hi, Bill!) They say the first part of getting past a problem is recognizing it so let’s start by getting that out of the way. I wasn’t always this way...
RevView: It’s kind of ironic that I am doing so many reviews of wireless and wireless related gear recently because for a long time I avoided using any wireless at all. Like many of us working...
Electro-Voice claims that their PL Series covers all the bases when it comes to vocal and instrument microphones for live sound-but how valid is that claim? The series includes seven vocal, and...
Most know Blue to be a manufacturer of high quality studio microphones—Their creative, intuitive and distinctive designs have caught attention from many engineers over the years. Now, Blue's...
I recently graduated from the universal fit to the custom fit version of Westone’s ES3X ear monitors. For years, I have been putting off going with customs because they’re...