#3
yeah you can. just start with low volumes and put the amp in front of and far from the mic.
dont abuse the speaker.
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#5
yeah thats a PA, it may not be the best but if your not looking to go pro, its all good then. it may break down after a while. i heard somewhere to stay away from behringer PA's and their products in general but i have a couple of their pedals and they work just fine. its a cheap alternative but definitely works. i dont know what the reasons you should stay from the PA's are but just be aware that someone out there has beef with it lol.
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Nope. You need a power amp, and a mixer for those speakers. It is just a speaker...
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