I was looking for a sub to take out with a rock covers band for when I needed a bit more oomph than my SRM450s could provide. I was skeptical about this sub as it was very cheap, and the brand has some stigma attached - however, it was great. It gave some good bottom end to live and pre recorded tracks, and was compact enough to fit in an estate car with the rest of the gear required for the wedding party. The controls on the rear panel feel solid and well layer out - level, cross over frequency, and the option to boost a specific frequency (which I left off)
The sub is a bit of an awkward lift from floor to carrying height, which would be solved if the handles were a little off to the back, or front, but that's not a huge problem. I wouldn't have any problems recommending this sub for those who want to add some low end to their shows without breaking the bank. If the time comes, I would buy a second.
I buied this one for my friend. He has a band for mixed genres like gospel, jazz, blues, worship and anithing in between. They have a keyboard, saxophones, electromic accordion and vocals. He needed a subwoofer for the rithm section so i pruposed him this one. He already has 2 15 inch PA loudspeakers so i thouth they will be a nice pair alltogether. And they are actually working very well together.
In rooms for 250 to 350 people he is still not needed to push the sub over 0 because its allready to loud for some peoples. Verry strong and sturdy.
He sends the mix in subwoofer and takes the mix crossedover from the sub to the other loudspeakers. This way the bass and subbass stays in the sub and the fullrange in the loudspeakers so everithing works just as supposed to.
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