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JAMES GIBB - Posted - 02/13/2019:  13:33:37


I will probably be buying a pair of P.A. speakers in the near future. I'm needing recommendations for 12" powered speakers, 800-1000 watts. A typical room would be a library performance room holding 150-200 people. We run vocals and all instruments except bass through the P.A. Thanks in advance. Jim

Bubbysaar - Posted - 02/13/2019:  14:24:49


Yamaha Dbr12's or 15's If you plan on running the bass direct at anypoint. But otherwise You'd be fine with the 12's. I both use them and sell them. Great rock solid no nonsense speakers. I know you're in NY... but if you have any questions on them or would like to purchase them. give me a call!



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jtallant - Posted - 02/13/2019:  15:06:37


James,
My little bluegrass band went with a Peavy Escort 6000 about 5 years ago. This little system is 600 wats of power and has been absolutely bullet proof thus far. We have played small to medium venues and even a couple of outdoor venues and have never been lacking sound reinforcement. If you consider the Escort, trash the tiny speaker stand that come with it and invest in a pair of better stands. The best part is that this little powerful system breaks down and transforms into something about the size of a set of golf clubs. It is quite possible to get our entire stage set into the trunk of my car. I know this doesn't say much about what you were asking but I thought I might give you another train of thought.

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