#1
I am in a band.(metal, punk) and for practice, we want to be able to hear the Mics as well as the half stacks ?
. The world of equipment is a little overwhelming for someone that is somewhat new in it. Can anyone suggest what we need. Like a mixer or added speakers? Also brand names are great too if you can suggest any. We also want to play live as well as rehearse.lol
-Jake Blackwood
#2
You mean you want to hear the vocals?
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#4
Do you have a PA?
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#6
The way you tell it makes me think you're shouting into the unplugged mics and wonder why you can't hear them

But get a PA, there are some nice packages on Thomann (if you're in Europe)
#8
Well if your PA isn't loud enough then you should get a larger one. Although I've never heard of a PA not being loud enough for vocals, you might be doing something wrong.
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#9
what is your PA setup? i mean you are going to need a mixer, a power amplifier, speakers, and a way to hook them all together. there are options like a powered mixer or powered speakers so you really only need 2 different things, but i prefer everything separate.

since i seem to get that you have a PA system (your one word answers suck, so im not sure) let us know what you have and we can try to help you.