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I can't choose active speaker

Postby vintoriginal » Tue Jul 30, 2019 11:31 pm

Hey everyone! I am looking for a cheap PA system for DJ'-ing and smaller venues. I want something small and after a lot of search, I choose 2 what looked great for my espectations. Sadly now I can't decide wich one is better.

The 2 models are the "Turbosound Milan M10" and the "RCF Art 310 a MK III".

Wich one I should choose? Positive, negative experience? :)
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Re: I can't choose active speaker

Postby Sam Spoons » Wed Jul 31, 2019 9:26 am

I'd advise going to have a listen, it may be that one of them immediately sounds better to you than the other.

FWIW I haven't owned either but have had positive experiences with RCF speakers.

Welcome to the forum BTW.
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Re: I can't choose active speaker

Postby AlecSp » Wed Jul 31, 2019 9:41 am

vintoriginal wrote:Hey everyone! I am looking for a cheap PA system for DJ'-ing and smaller venues. I want something small and after a lot of search, I choose 2 what looked great for my espectations. Sadly now I can't decide wich one is better.

The 2 models are the "Turbosound Milan M10" and the "RCF Art 310 a MK III".

Wich one I should choose? Positive, negative experience? :)
You might struggle to find people who've compared both.

I can recommend the ART 310, though, a great box. I would however, suggest looking for a pair of ART 710 used, which would be no more, and rather better still.

The other warning sign is that you're a DJ looking for a cheap PA. Thankfully, a decent (and these are decent) contemporary active speaker will sound much better than many cheap/nasty DJ setups, it won't be limitless in it's output. Nor will it have bottomless low end - for that you'd need subs. But work to the strengths of a speaker like this, in a small venue, and you should be happy.
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