#2
probably not without a PA.
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#3
A small venue probably, but yeah for medium to large you would probably need that PA sytem, the only way to know for sure though is to just try it out yourself.
#4
would 220 watts be enough for a medium sized venue?
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#5
umm, I would guess. I only use a 200 watt for our jazz concerts, and it seats 600 people. But then again, that's the biggest place I've played in.
#6
Quote by J.J.Jolly
would 220 watts be enough for a medium sized venue?
I'ts not just about watts; speaker size and effeiciency count as well.

In my opinion a single 12" speaker is not capable of moving enough air to compete in a band lineup unless seriously augmented by FOH (PA).

The least that I use on stage is a 450 watt 15" Eminence Neo.
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#7
Quote by John Swift
I'ts not just about watts; speaker size and effeiciency count as well.

In my opinion a single 12" speaker is not capable of moving enough air to compete in a band lineup unless seriously augmented by FOH (PA).

The least that I use on stage is a 450 watt 15" Eminence Neo.


A lower wattage 410 or a higher wattage 115 might suit your needs, he's got a good point (as always!)

220W might cut it, depending on how considerate the others are of dynamics. I doubt you'll have much in the way of headroom, though