#1
I want to know how do you amplify your singers voice in your band. What equipment do you use? etc etc
#3
what's your budget?

do you live in the states?
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microphone > PA head > PA speakers
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#5
I live in Portugal (Europe). My budget is around 100/ 200 euros/dollar.

But what PA do you use? Which brand, model, etc? give me details brothers xD
#6
We have a second hand Crown power amp and a Behringer PA. Don't buy either.

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#7
I use a powered mixer (Bheringer something or other) straight to PA speakers. Much more convenient for rehearsal.
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Quote by karluxandre
I live in Portugal (Europe). My budget is around 100/ 200 euros/dollar.

But what PA do you use? Which brand, model, etc? give me details brothers xD



for that little you might find a phonic pa system.

http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Phonic-Powerpod-410-S710-PA-Package?sku=630485


ive got a yamaha stagepas.
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#10
Quote by karluxandre
I want to know how do you amplify your singers voice in your band. What equipment do you use? etc etc


what type of genre is it, because once you start adding drums, bass and guitars the smaller PA systems end up being pushed too hard to cut through. what im saying is knowing the genre would determine what size of pa speakers and power amp needed. for coffee house type music a small personal PA will do, for metal/hard rock and to compete with an insanely loud drummer....apparently i needed two 1000watt PA speakers and a big power amp:P drummers...these days!
#11
Quote by kschaef
We have a second hand Crown power amp and a Behringer PA. Don't buy either.


LOL

I've got a Rogue 6-channel powered mixer .. although not bad I still wouldn't recommend..although it does depend on genre..this things fuse breaks when the gain is turned to 12 o'clock. I've got a loud @$$ drummer, but the two 100 watt peavey speakers help a bit.

The phonic ones look good for the price.

I'm interested in the quality of sound with the Yamaha StagePas series. I see em on CL every once in a while for cheap.

PA speakers hooked up to your powered mixer .. mic pluged into mixer.