#1
OK so my band is moving practice to their garage where we can use an acoustic drum kit. As a result, the crappy little amp we normally use for vocals isn't going to be powerful enough any more. i have managed to buy a P.A. amp from my brother's friend and am going to buy the Behringer 802 mixer. All i need now is the speakers but i don't know which ones to go for. I have a budget of around £130 and if they come with stands, then that is good however not a necessity.

Thanks in advance for the help.
Gear
Basses
Squier Vintage Modified Precision Bass in Olympic White

Guitars
Squier Stratocaster Showmaster NLT HSS
Stagg Electro Acoustic

Amps
Carlsbro Cobra Bass 90W
Line 6 Spider III 15W
Squier SA-10

#2
Sell that stuff, get a Phonic Powerpod.
All your base are belong to us.
All your base are belong to us.
All your base are belong to us.
All your base are belong to us.
#3
130 euros...... man thats really pushing it, you might be able to get one used speaker for that. Most cheap brand new speakers for PA systems are at least $200 each, and thats for something thats somewhat decent.

But sell what you have and try to go for this.

Mackie MultiMix 6FX 2 channel mixer $109
Peavey IPR1600 Series 530w power amp $300
2 Peavey PV115 400watt speaker $220 each.

So for a decent PA system for just vocals will run you about $850 bucks, and this set up should last you several years. But if you can get all the parts, mixer, amp, speakers, then that works too.

Hope this helps.
#4
150 pounds not euros
Gear
Basses
Squier Vintage Modified Precision Bass in Olympic White

Guitars
Squier Stratocaster Showmaster NLT HSS
Stagg Electro Acoustic

Amps
Carlsbro Cobra Bass 90W
Line 6 Spider III 15W
Squier SA-10