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QSC UF-3 The SF-3 subwoofer filter allows the addition of subwoofers to an existing full-range system, offering adjustable low-pass filtering and high-pass subs..
QSC CP-218-1 Wooden transport trolley and a sheath of durable nylon for the subwoofer QSC GP218-sw...
The E Series is a range of passive loudspeakers offering robust construction, trusted reliability and overall sonic performance beyond expectations. Intended fo..

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QSC LF-3 The LF-3 Low-Frequency filter, when used with the XC-3 two-way crossover, provides the low-frequency crossover to create a three-way active system. The..

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Adapter frame that allows suspension of WL3082 under WL2012. ..

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The QSC K Series is quite simply The New Standard in lightweight powered loudspeaker systems. Under the direction of Pat Quilter, QSC's team of amplifier en..
The QSC AD-S112SW is a low impedance 12” direct radiating subwoofer. An ideal companion to AcousticDesign full range models, the AD-S112sw allows impressi..
The QSC AcousticDesign AD-S6T is a surface mounted 70/100V, 6.5" two-way loudspeaker system, ideally suited for a wide variety of foreground and backg..
The QSC AcousticDesign AD-S4T is a surface mounted 70/100V, 4.5" two-way loudspeaker system, ideally suited for a wide variety of foreground and backg..
The QSC AcousticCoverage Series AC-S6T is a surface mounted 6,5” two-way loudspeaker with 70/100V transformer, suitable for a wide variety of audio/v..
The QSC AcousticCoverage Series AC-S6T is a surface mounted 6,5” two-way loudspeaker with 70/100V transformer, suitable for a wide variety of audio/v..
The QSC AcousticCoverage Series AC-S4T is a surface mounted 4” two-way loudspeaker with 70/100V transformer, suitable for a wide variety of audio/vid..
The QSC AcousticCoverage Series AC-S4T is a surface mounted 4” two-way loudspeaker with 70/100V transformer, suitable for a wide variety of audio/vid..

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QSC TMR-01 Rack mounting kit for the TouchMix-8 and TouchMix-16. The TMR-1 takes up 7 Rack spaces in a standard 19" rack. TouchMix mixer is mounted onto rack fr..
QSC Series SPA Amplifiers are two semi-automatic convection cooled power amplifiers with 1U rack standards that provide two or four channels with 60 watts per c..

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The QSC GX5 Stereo Power Amplifier is ideal for professional entertainers who require maximum performance and portability on a limited budget. QSC designers, he..
The QSC AcousticDesign AD-P4T is a 4.5" two-way pendant-mount loudspeaker ideally suited for a wide variety of foreground and background sound reinfor..
The QSC AcousticDesign AD-P4T is a 4.5" two-way pendant-mount loudspeaker ideally suited for a wide variety of foreground and background sound reinfor..
QSC GP 118 SW is a premium, highperformance, direct radiating 18-inch subwoofer designed for use in portable and installed sound applications. This powerful sub..
The QSC AcousticPerformance AP-5122m is a professional, two-way, full-range loudspeaker ideal for a variety of portable and installed sound reinf..
The Q-SYS Core Nano audio, video and control (AV&C) processor extends the applications of the Q-SYS Ecosystem into a wider range of smaller-scale installa..
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QSC Audio offer a Pair of AD-YM5 Yoke Mounts in black so you can mount the AD-S52 and AD-S52T Loudspeakers to almost any surface. These yoke moun..
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The QSC TouchMix-30 Pro is an excellent representative of digital mixing consoles, which combines advanced technology with an intuitive and ergonomic design for..
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The QSC MP-M40 digital mixing console is designed for use in retail and hospitality environments where audio signals from multiple sources need to be routed to ..
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QSC

QSC Audio Products, LLC is an American manufacturer of professional audio products. QSC's target markets are audio professionals in concert, installation, portable entertainment and cinema applications. The company was founded in 1968 by Patrick Howe Quilter, who serves as chairman of the board of directors and is still active in the company as a key design engineer. Quilter was at the time an engineering student with a keen interest in electronics and music. With many musician friends and acquaintances seeking him out to make guitar amps, he left school to start his company with the financial backing of family and friends.

At first the company was a storefront operation in Costa Mesa, California, a curious combination of manufacturing and retail operations under one roof. The amplifiers were built in the back and sold out front. The first employees were mostly friends helping out. The early guitar amplifiers bore names like the Duck and the Quilter Sound Thing, along with the model 455 and 500 amplifiers. The company adopted the name Quilter Sound Company, which was inevitably shortened to the initials "QSC", by which the company is known today.

After some years, the professional power amplifier portion of the business overtook the production of guitar amplifiers. Meanwhile, QSC developed more conventional sales channels in retail music and pro audio stores and also started working with export distributors. Beginning in the late 1980s, Pat Quilter pursued his interest in more electrically efficient methods of power amplification by refining class G (and later, class H) technology as an extension of class AB, primarily for higher-power models.

In the early 1990s, QSC diversified from power amplifiers by starting development of network audio systems for remote control and monitoring of amplifier systems. QSC called its system QSControl (pronounced "Q's Control"). The company was one of the first licensees of the MediaLink networking technology developed by the Lone Wolf Corp. for professional audio systems. MediaLink, however, did not prove robust enough for professional audio users, so by the mid 1990s QSC abandoned it in favor of Ethernet-based networking, which was becoming more affordable and ubiquitous. At about the same time, QSC licensed CobraNet technology from Peak Audio to develop products that would distribute multiple channels of audio signals in the digital domain over common Fast Ethernet media.

In the late 1990s, QSC started a loudspeaker research and development group within its engineering department. Within a couple years, QSC offered loudspeaker systems for sale and is today a major supplier of loudspeaker systems in the professional audio industry.

The Orange County Register listed QSC as one of the "Top Work Places" in the county in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014. QSC was ranked 7th out of 20 midsize companies; a total of 85 companies were listed.

Patrick Quilter retired from QSC in 2011, and then founded another venture, Quilter Labs, selling "portable, high-power guitar amplifiers" using solidstate Class D technology.

www.qsc.com