#1
Yeah, as the title says, I found this amp out in our shed recently, and am curious as to the possible uses for it.

It's a Realistic solid state of some sort, says "P.A. Amplifier" on the front, appears to have a 100 Watt output. It's got four input jacks in the back, and the front a level control for each one, plus an AUX level. Has output for two speakers, 4 ohm total output.

So, uh, what the hell is this thing, and would it be worth finding a speaker cabinet for it?






Last edited by Wulver at Sep 11, 2007,
#2
its a p.a amp, its for your vocals. its not for your guitar...
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#3
well, fair enough, at least it has a potential use....

guess the mic jacks on the back should've clued me in...
#4
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well, fair enough, at least it has a potential use....

guess the mic jacks on the back should've clued me in...

The fact that each channel is listed as "Mic 1", "Mic 2", ect didn't tip you off?
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#5
dunno, found it kinda odd, but I was primarily using it as a mixing board of sorts, running multiple instruments into my computer's recording program. probably should've made me realize, yeah.
#6
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dunno, found it kinda odd, but I was primarily using it as a mixing board of sorts, running multiple instruments into my computer's recording program. probably should've made me realize, yeah.


Thats pretty cool, I didnt think you could use it like that.
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#7
Well, it's not entirely effective, you can get some unwanted distortion, but all things considered it works decently enough. Those pics I took, the computer is literally right beside the thing. I'll probably keep using it as that for as long as I need it.

Main reason I made the thread was to see whether or not I could get away without buying an amp for potential future gigs. If nothing else, we'll have something for the mics now....