QSC K Series PA Speakers


QSC K Series Speakers are a popular choice amongst music and performance venues looking for compact PA speakers capable of pushing out some serious volume. The QSC K8, K10 and K12 are all ultra-portable, class D active speakers offering 1000 watts of power. There’s DSP in all of the speakers which allows you to tweak the sound for your venue – increase the bass with the DEEP™ setting or increase intelligibility and presence with the vocal boost. View All Information

QSC K Series K8 Active PA Speakers

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QSC K Series K10 Active PA Speakers

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QSC K Series K Sub Active Subwoofers

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CEO and founder Andrew Wass, was a sound recording engineer in 1995 when he identified an opportunity to supply small recording studios and educational establishments with personal computer based digital recording solutions.


In 2003 Andrew began to research the potential to retail own-brand beginner level musical instruments, with the intention of opening up the market by selling at lower prices than traditional music shops. After visiting several international exhibitions in the USA and China, Andrew placed a bulk order for guitars and listed them for sale on the then new gear4music.com website. The website generated £0.65m of revenue in its first full year of trading.


Gear4music has grown consistently since launch and in March 2012 a private equity investor Key Capital Partners invested £3.4m in the Group. This investment provided additional funding to develop further the ecommerce platform and invest in the Group’s expansion into Europe. Following this investment, the Group launched a further 18 country- specific websites for customers in Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Slovakia.


The Group relocated to its current UK-premises in November 2013 adding significant distribution and storage capacity, and shortly after opened a 9,000 square feet showroom.


In June 2015 the Group successfully listed in the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange, generating £10.3m of gross proceeds and £9.0m of net proceeds after expenses and seller sales, of which £4.6m was used to repay Key Capital Partners debt in full, leaving £4.4m of growth capital.


The Group opened its Swedish distribution centre.


In January the Group completed a deal to bring its software development team in-house in Manchester. In February the Group opened its German distribution centre.                                                                                                                                    


As a result of rapid growth, Gear4music has purchased a new HQ based in York. The new site offers a high quality modern office with excellent facilities.