HK AUdio Lucas Nano compact PA reviewed

For the keyboardist whose gigs frequent the solo, duo, or typical small venue setting, it’s exciting when a new portable sound system arrives on the scene. The HK Audio Lucas Nano 300 promises to be an attractive ultra-portable solution, but does it have the power, frequency range, and clarity to get the job done? Let’s take it to some
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