I will still be using Danley SH100’s until I can afford to buy either 708‘s or SCL-4’s.I totally hear you but I’m still jealous! What do you have for the rears?
Sometimes PA means Public AddressTouchè!!! Yessss... point duly noted! ¡Olé!
Sometimes PA means Public Address
Other times it might mean Pro-Audio.
I agree, I've never heard PA used in reference to Pro-Audio.I’d always thought that the term PA was only ever used for very limited bandwidth systems used for the specific task of addressing the public. Station and airport announcements and the like. What we in the UK would know as a ‘Tannoy’. Nothing to do with hi-fi whatsoever – but all to do with high speech intelligibility. They typically have a restricted frequency response no better than a telephone, centred on the human voice for clarity in noisy environments and high power directional speakers. I’ve never heard of PA being an abbreviation for ‘pro-audio’ whatever that might mean.
Well, as a musician, by far most of my experience with amps, speakers and such is dealing with so-called pro-audio sound reinforcement gear, and the term PA gets used quite often. I’ve heard the term (if at times only in my own head) both ways, but I believe a person can determine the intent in the context.That is a PA system!!!