#1
Hello, I have a band and we need a good setup to play bars and shows. Would these speakers be good for that sort of thing? To play through a PA that has drums, mics and guitars. He has a terrible description Im hoping someone will recognized them and give me an idea of what their worth and their quality. A quick answer would be awesome

Lol forgot the link sorry:
http://windsor.kijiji.ca/c-buy-and-sell-musical-instruments-pro-audio-recording-equipment-1400-WATT-DJ-HOME-SPEAKERS-TRADE-W0QQAdIdZ177089932


Thanks
Kevin
Last edited by kevilay at Dec 31, 2009,
#2
To know what your talking about would be nice as well, just sayin'.
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#3
I think you forgot the link
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#5
I can't imagine why they would be okay. They are home/small DJ units that use a different wattage system to pro band speakers. Don't expect to get a PA setup in a swap for a pedal.
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#6
Quote by Lurcher
I can't imagine why they would be okay. They are home/small DJ units that use a different wattage system to pro band speakers. Don't expect to get a PA setup in a swap for a pedal.


Thats a bad swap anyway. Swap it for something like.... a BAND PA system.
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