#1
First I want to apologise for this topic and my bad english. I understand that this may not be the best place to ask this but I haven't found better category so I will put it here.

Would this be a good solution for acustico duo in small clubs ? For live gigs.

http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/1204.aspx

+ 2x

http://www.gearsource.com/catalog/stockitem/twin-228


We used to borrow fender passport 300 (it was loud enough ) but we need to return it asap, and this seems like a cheap solution. Just want to know would this work.

We use 2 microphones and one acoustic guitar ( yamaha cpx700 ).

Thank you
#2
Quote by afwef
First I want to apologise for this topic and my bad english. I understand that this may not be the best place to ask this but I haven't found better category so I will put it here.

Would this be a good solution for acustico duo in small clubs ? For live gigs.

http://www.behringer.com/EN/Products/1204.aspx

+ 2x

http://www.gearsource.com/catalog/stockitem/twin-228


We used to borrow fender passport 300 (it was loud enough ) but we need to return it asap, and this seems like a cheap solution. Just want to know would this work.

We use 2 microphones and one acoustic guitar ( yamaha cpx700 ).

Thank you


looks like you are looking at a mixer with four mic preamps and a set of powered speakers to play some coffee shop gigs?

this will work alright, but wouldn't be appropriate for much bigger gigs than a couple of singers with acoustic accompany. later down the line you could probably use the powered speakers as monitors and get another set of speakers.

you may want to look into speaker stands for you powered speakers, it will project much more efficiently that way.
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#3
I've noticed a few acoustic amps that also have an xlr input for vocals. This may actually give you a better sound but i'd be curious if that were true myself.
#4
Quote by lucky1978
I've noticed a few acoustic amps that also have an xlr input for vocals. This may actually give you a better sound but i'd be curious if that were true myself.



I would prefer mixer and 2 active speakers, becouse I can use that later when I get real band. I know I will need bigger mixer but speakers can be used at least as monitors.