Re: OT: small PA system
- From: "pTooner" <someguy@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2008 08:45:08 -0400
"Les Cargill" <lcargill@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Frederic Gelinas wrote:
Steve Freides wrote:
I got asked "is this good?" for use in an outdoor courtyard, uses
would include both speaking and singing but likely not instruments.
If there's anything better for the money, the brand is a horror,
etc., I'll pass it along.
Thanks in advance.
- Do you need 10 channels?
- Do you need wireless? - I would by separate components to allow you
to upgrade in the future.
- I wouldn't buy speakers if I haven't heard them before.
- I'd probably go with a small Behringer mixer with some digital FX, 1
powered speaker (thinking Mackie here) and some used dynamic mics.
The Mackie SRM350 is a real nice little powered PA speaker, especially
for vocals and light acoustics. It's even better than the 450. However,
at $439.95/ea, they would run a bit more than the system the OP
mentioned. Never the less, you could put together a system with a pair
of them and a little Behringer, a decent dynamic mic (Audix OM5), a mic
stand and a couple of cables for about a thousand, or so.
Or you could throw another $200 on there and get seperate power and better
speakers. I suppose some day people will make good plastic speakers, but I
haven't heard any yet.
Try this one.
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