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    I'm going to be getting some performance gear soon. Can anybody give me any good ideas on some good PA setups?

    I was looking at the Bose L1 tower with B1 module. Some dude wants like $1300 for it. I overlooked a few different ones, but this seems to be the choice setup for under 2 grand.

    I need something that will allow me to have quality vocals in a quiet acoustic environment as well as rock out with any band and still be heard.

    Any advice on products or places to look would be greatly appreciated.

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    Get it....those bose systems are awesome!

    A buddy has 2 of them, and they sound fan-freakin-tastic....plus anywhere you move around the room it sounds the same.....I want one myself.

    I would also (if I were you) add an FX unit with Compression/EQ/Reverb/Delay

    Decent price too!!!!...
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    Do you have suggestions on questions to ask about any used unit I may look at? Certain common problems with broken PA's that I might not notice until it's too late?

    I'd hate to get some pimp setup and get on stage only to have my band mate say, hey dude your "blank" is blown on that thing. Or something to that effect lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustincase View Post
    I'm going to be getting some performance gear soon. Can anybody give me any good ideas on some good PA setups?

    I was looking at the Bose L1 tower with B1 module. Some dude wants like $1300 for it. I overlooked a few different ones, but this seems to be the choice setup for under 2 grand.

    I need something that will allow me to have quality vocals in a quiet acoustic environment as well as rock out with any band and still be heard.

    Any advice on products or places to look would be greatly appreciated.
    Small acousic setting seems pretty straight forward but when you say rock out

    1 are any instruments running through these speakers and if so what.

    2 What would the avg room size be and avg number of people.

    This info would definitaly narrow it down
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    Most of the venues will be average size bars/clubs. So, I would guess the average size being anywhere from 50 - 200 people.

    There won't be any instruments other than my voice using this. I agree the acoustic setting is pretty much a shoe in as long as I can be heard over drums and electric guitars.

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    My buddy uses his for a full PA.....trust me....get it!

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    Thanks Muzoid. I think this is the rig I want. Also, I will probably want to plug my acoustic guitar into it as well sometimes. Could this thing handle my vocals and my guitar at the same time?
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