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BEST SMALL PA SYSTEM FOR SOLO PERFORMERS

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KV2 EX10
0
No votes
YAMAHA DXR10
0
No votes
RCF Evox 8
1
50%
RCF TT08A
0
No votes
JBL SRX812P
0
No votes
BOSE L1 COMPACT
0
No votes
QSC K10.2
0
No votes
JBL EON ONE Pro
1
50%
Turbosound iP1000
0
No votes
HK AUDIO ELEMENTS EASYBASE
0
No votes
 
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BEST SMALL PA SYSTEM FOR SOLO PERFORMERS

Postby gsc1ugs » Mon Nov 19, 2018 3:29 pm

I thought this poll would be interesting - please tick a box if you have heard or had or Know about the best small active pa speakers for solo acts. less than £3k
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Re: BEST SMALL PA SYSTEM FOR SOLO PERFORMERS

Postby Sam Spoons » Mon Nov 19, 2018 4:01 pm

TBH I think you need to go and listen to some of these yourself, as has been said in your other thread (by you I think) we all have different perceptions of what sounds best. For example, The Bose L1 Compact sounds fantastic on vocals but is nowhere near loud enough for a Madness Tribute playing to 350 people.
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Re: BEST SMALL PA SYSTEM FOR SOLO PERFORMERS

Postby MarkPAman » Mon Nov 19, 2018 4:03 pm

For your purposes (rather than the mainly acoustic acts I tend to do) I think I'd order them:

KV2 EX10 (with a sub) >= RCF TT08A (with a sub)
YAMAHA DXR10 (with a sub)
QSC K10.2 (with a sub)
BOSE L1 COMPACT (but only at lower volumes - push them & they quickly start sounding nasty)
RCF Evox 8

Don't really know:
HK AUDIO ELEMENTS EASYBASE
Turbosound iP1000
- I'd expect them to be better than the Bose, but then I expected the Evox to be better too, and it wasn't.

Really don't like JBL I've heard recently except the Control 1. That's just me though.
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