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GSR Active Sound Reinforcement Speaker Series

Developed by the same engineering team behind our industry-leading studio reference monitors, the M-Audio® GSR series of portable active sound reinforcement speakers delivers exceptional, pro-quality sound and reliable, road-worthy performance. Designed for musicians and DJs in small- to mid-size venues, the GSR series includes 10” and 12” full-range PA cabinets, and an 18” subwoofer to provide extra bass in larger spaces.

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Serious sound

Our US-based engineers applied their years of experience in speaker design to build the GSR series from the ground up. To provide articulate, balanced sound and high output for hours of continuous use, we created the GSR10 and GSR12 with a state-of-the-art Class-D, bi-amplified design, carefully matched transducers, and a precision-engineered 24 dB crossover. Proprietary wave guide technology ensures wide dispersion of the mid and high frequencies, as well as excellent off-axis response. Four unique presets make it easy to dial in the right sound for every application—from public address to live performance. Simply add the powerful GSR18 subwoofer for extended bass.

Road-worthy design

With its stylish good looks, ergonomic design, and rugged construction, the GSR series will go the distance with you. The GSR10 and GSR12 enclosures are specially constructed for multiple placement options—fly-point suspension, pole mount, floor monitor, and stacking. Each speaker features three integrated handles with deep hand wells for comfort, plus a heavy steel grill to protect the drivers. Four locking casters make it easy to roll the GSR18 sub into position and secure it in place—without breaking a sweat. The GSR series is built with lightweight components for easy setup and transport, so you can save your energy for your performance.


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