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Intelligent PA System

Posted By: dsppatech

Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2023

Price: $100.00

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https://www.dsppatech.com/product/public-address-system/



Since 1988, dsppatech has been developing its audio public address system continuously. Till now, DSPPA has launched the following series into the markets to meet different needs of projects:


10 Zones PA System
5x5 Matrix PA System
8x8 Audio Matrix Switcher
Multi Channel Matrix System
Commercial Matrix System
Digital Wireless PA System Controller
8-72 Zones Audio Music System
Analog PA System


Now the public address system price is reasonable, if you have needs to buy high quality public audio system , please contact us.


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