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#422034 - 06/06/16 06:32 PM New PA on board
cassp Offline
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I just added a EV ZLX12p two-way powered loudspeaker to my rig. It's way more powerful than my Bose Compact. The sound is clear and strong with no boominess. I bought a B stock from Sam Ash and saved $100 over the already affordable price. I've only been able to try it outside at home for now, but this will definitely my summer PA at least. I may have to adjust the keyboard EQ a bit to bring out some more mids and highs.

http://electrovoice.com/m/#family/310
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#422038 - 06/07/16 02:35 AM Re: New PA on board [Re: cassp]
Dnj Offline
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Your using two I hope?.... Good luck with them.. keys


Edited by Dnj (06/07/16 05:26 AM)

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#422057 - 06/07/16 12:15 PM Re: New PA on board [Re: cassp]
shueymusic Offline
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Great choice! EV makes a great speaker! Using two would make it a wonderful sound for you but not be so great on your back.

You may want to look into the little dbx goRack speaker processor.

http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/goRack

That will make those speakers sound great!!
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#422110 - 06/09/16 06:30 AM Re: New PA on board [Re: cassp]
cassp Offline
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How would the Go-Rack work with a Bose Compact. That could be interesting, maybe. Any opinions?
The EV has four DSP curves that are very helpful.
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#422112 - 06/09/16 07:10 AM Re: New PA on board [Re: cassp]
Dnj Offline
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no EQ setting is permanent!....every gig, every room, and many times many songs have to be EQ'd differently as you go along...start out FLAT and use you ears as you play,.....have fun.

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