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hessewade






PostPosted: 01 May 2003 11:43    Post subject: stereo PA suggestions? Reply with quote

I'm looking for a portable stereo PA setup, somewhere in the $500
range. I want to run a guitar (through a multi-effects processor),
sampler, and drum machine, all with stereo outputs. I'm considering
the Behringer PMX 2000 with a couple of 12 inch cabinets, the Fender
passport P-250 system, the Soundtech AL2R system, or possibly just a
couple of powered speaker cabinets, such as GEMSOUND MA1200. Does
anybody have any experience with this equipment, or any other
suggestions? I basically just want a stereo setup with good sound
quality and range (especially for guitar and sampled sounds), loud
enough to play small shows by myself or to play along with a semi-
loud drum, bass, guitar, ensemble. Thanks!



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SHANE






PostPosted: 01 Jul 2003 12:19    Post subject: Re: stereo PA suggestions? Reply with quote

Gidday

Looking for something similar myself.

Did you get any response?

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LEO






PostPosted: 23 Jul 2003 08:54    Post subject: Re: stereo PA suggestions? Reply with quote

By far the fender passport will be the best thing for you $ and quality. Let me tell ya
there loud for some little speakers.






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pouxhawk






PostPosted: 30 Sep 2003 00:41    Post subject: Re: stereo PA suggestions? Reply with quote

I would strongly suggest that you not run a PA system in a stereo configuration.... Your
audience will thank you... Stereo is for living rooms where people sit basically between
the speakers... In a club environment, the people sitting far left and right of the stage
will only recieve half of the stereo signal...Stereo reverb and delay effects will also
sound weird if listened to from the sides....Bass response will be greater in mono
also..Vocals will lack power. I've been running sound systems since 1969 and this is just
as true today as it was then..It's just an all around bad idea.......the pouxhawk

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guitarmanuk






PostPosted: 21 Mar 2004 01:34    Post subject: Pro -backing tracks for professionals Reply with quote

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