Speaker Rental

Speaker Rental – Active And Passive Models


✓ Speakers are powered.
✓ Accept XLR Cables.
✓ Can be looped .
✓ Equalization Option.
✓ Indoor/Outdoor use.

Birthday parties, sweet sixteen, Bar Mitzvah, small wedding parties
Or any indoor event involving not more than 50 people (basement).
» One 10" speaker for 50 (or less) indoor Basic Speaker A
» Two 10" speakers for 50 (or less) outdoor Basic Speaker A
» One 15" speakers for 50 outdoor (or less) Basic Speaker B

Pro speakers have more power. Large Wedding, Conventions
» One 15" speaker for 75 indoor Pro Speaker A
» Two 15" speakers for 150 indoor Pro Speaker A
» Four 15" speakers for 150 outdoor Pro Speaker A

large indoor or outdoor events like rallies and live shows etc.
» One 15" speaker for 350 indoor Ultimate Speaker A
» Two 15" speakers for 700 indoor Ultimate Speaker A

Any Group Size.

Recommended for professional Disc jockey.
QSC 12" & QSC KW speakers at the bottom of this page is an example.
Also consider KW153 (3 ways speakers) for excellent sound quality.

different layout

Sometime, the layout is different e.g. some people are sitting in the balcony, some are sitting outdoor where there is no electricity and the speaker is going to be in a different quiet room. And you still, want everybody to hear equal quality/level of sound everywhere.
For this, call us for a free consultation. We might have to come down to see the place. Or email us your layout to see if we can figure out a different package for you.

Basic Speaker A

One Speaker: 1-50 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-100
Cont. Watts: 125
Max Watts: 175
Loudness: 117db

Pro Speaker A

One Speaker: 1-75 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-150
Cont. Watts: 400
Max Watts: 500
Loudness: 124db

Ultimate Speaker A

One Speaker: 1-350 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-700
Cont. Watts: 1000
Max Watts: 2000
Loudness: 135 db

Basic Speaker B

One Speaker: 1-75 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-150
Cont. Watts: 280
Max Watts: 350
Loudness: 127db

Pro Speaker B

One Speaker: 1-400 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-800
Cont. Watts: 900
Max Watts: 1200
Loudness: 127db/speaker

Ultimate Speaker B

One Speaker: 1-350 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-700
Cont. Watts: 1000
Max Watts: 2000
Loudness: 129 db

Basic Speaker C

One Speaker: 1-350 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-700
Cont. Watts: 450
Max Watts: 600
Loudness: 130db
3 channel bulit in mixer

Pro Speaker C

Stage monitor for any performance.
Cont. Watts: 800
Max Watts: 3200
Loudness: 131db

Ultimate Speaker C

One Speaker: 1-500 (Group size)
Two Speakers: 1-2000
Cont. Watts: 800W cont, 1600W prog
Max Watts: 3200 peak
Loudness: 129/135 db

QSC 12"

For Professional DJs

QSC KW 152

Large venu speakers for DJs


  1. 1000 Watts Active Output
  2. 18" Subs
  3. 100lbs
Kevin Hahn
The speakers were AMAZING!!! (It was too loud that noise complaints were there, so we had to shut the party down, but oh well) We might have to order one of each (one Loud speaker and one sub) for our graduation party - possibly May 31st so yeah But i will rent in the future more from you guys... quality speakers !! Thank you so much!!!!!


Make sure to pay online through the link we send you in the body of the email. It will start with "https://". Over the weekends we rent most of the stuff. Booking in advance guarantees that the items will be available on the day of the pickup.

Our delivery window is 3 hrs. We try to meet your deadline. It is very difficult to pinpoint the exact timing in traffic.

We test our equipment before you pickup (if you are picking up in the store). If we are delivering, we make sure they will work You can also test the equipment before the delivery person leaves.

We use JBL/Mackie/QSC brands from our years of experience. All of them has built in amps. So need for external amplifier.

You will get tech’s contact (cell#) if you are setting up equipment.

People vs crowd

Crowd Vs. No. Of Speakers

Selecting A Speaker

If you're one to listen to really loud music, you're better off getting yourself speakers between 85 dB and 110 dB. You'd be impairing your hearing with anything louder than this. For mid-priced speakers in your home, 120 watts should be the most you'd require. As the quality and price of the speakers increase, the power required to achieve high volume decreases.

Speaker Impedence

How much current a speaker will draw is measured by speaker impedance. Standard speaker impedance is 8 ohms, with 4 ohms being very good quality, and generally much more expensive. It's important to note that a high quality amplifier is needed if purchasing 4 ohms speakers.

Loudness in (dB)

Decibels measure loudness, which is an important factor to consider when buying speakers, especially when listening at high volume. Even small increases in decibels makes a big difference in volume - every 10 decibel rise in volume makes the sound twice as loud!

Power in Watts (W)

Electrical power is measured by watts, and therefore an amplifier's output is measured in watts. Every loudspeaker on the market has its maximum number of watts that it can accommodate, which will be specified by the manufacturer.

Speakers can be severely damaged if the amp puts out more power than the speaker can handle. It's typical for manufacturers to provide 2 figures for power for the loudspeakers and the amplifiers.

Speaker Sensitivity

Top quality speakers are very sensitive and can deliver much more sound with only a little bit of power supplied by the amplifier, as compared to mid-quality speakers. More power is needed for mid-quality speakers in order for them to deliver the same volume.

Speaker sensitivity is described in terms of decibels of sound pressure level per 1 Watt of amplifier power measured at 1 meter from the speaker. Rather than specifying 'SPL/W/M', manufacturers simply say 'dB'. Most loudspeakers on the market have sound sensitivities between 85 to 91 dB, so anything less than 85 dB isn't ideal.

Total Harmonic Distortion

How accurately speakers translate what's on a hard drive or disc is measured by Total Harmonic Distortion (TDH). The lower the number, the less distortion experienced. Values generally fall within the 0.05% to 0.08% THD range for a "clean" sound system, although anything under 0.1% THD is generally pretty good.


Nominal Power refers to how much a speaker can handle over a long time span without getting damaged, while Peak Power refers to how much a speaker can handle in short bursts of time without getting damaged.


What a sound system is able to deliver in short bursts of time is measured by headroom. If you've got a home theater, then a large headroom figure is essential in order to get the most out of things like explosions and crashes in action films.


RMS refers to how much power an amplifier can put out over s long time span, while Peak refers to how much power an amplifier can put out in short bursts of time.

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