Re: [Harp-L] Small pa system/speakers

I have a Yamaha Stagepas 600 that works really well for small venues. 600 watt class D mixer that fits in the back of one of the 10" with compression horn speakers. What I really like about it is it has a subwoofer out and monitor outs. So with a couple of powered monitors and a small EV powered sub I have a complete system. Once you plug in the sub it automatically filters everything below 100 hz from going to the mains.

-----Original Message----- From: Richard Hunter
Sent: Friday, December 4, 2015 9:36 AM
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Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Small pa system/speakers

"Brian Irving" wrote:
<Any UK players out there with recommendations for an affordable pa system
<(mixer and speakers) suitable for a trio, mainly small venues?  (line up is
<harp/vocals, electric guitar/vocals, bass guitar).

A couple of powered PA speakers from Mackie, Peavey, Behringer, Altos, etc. plus a small mixer from Behringer should do the trick. For small venues, powered speakers with 10" or 12" woofers should work, though your bass player might want something with more grunt. A Behringer mixer with 8 inputs will set you back less than $100 and will front-end the powered speakers nicely. This setup is compact and lightweight, and the various pieces of the system can be used independently if desired. All should be readily available in the UK. (No, I am not a UK player, though I'm sure it's a good thing. I do speak a form of English.)

Regards, Richard Hunter

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