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B-52 Matrix 1000 Value Package
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Includes Matrix 1000 speaker system, 2 speaker stands, and 2 Conquest 16-gauge 20' speaker cables.The Matrix 1000 consists of a subwoofer and 2 cabs ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Includes Matrix 1000 speaker system, 2 speaker stands, and 2 Conquest 16-gauge 20' speaker cables.
The Matrix 1000 consists of a subwoofer and 2 cabs loaded with matched 10" 2-way speakers with 3/4" titanium diaphragm compression drivers and 90 x 40 constant directivity horns. The 15" subwoofer cab houses a 3-channel amplifier and all the electronics required to run the system. The amplifier delivers 150W each to the 2-way speakers and 400W to the sub through Speakon NL4 connections. All components lock together and have a cover for easy transport.
- 2 - 2-way cabs with matched 10" 2-way speakers, 3/4" compression drivers, and CD horns
- 15" subwoofer houses 3-channel amplifier and all system electronics
- 150W power each to 2-way speakers
- 400W power to sub
- Speakon NL4 connections
- Fast setup and teardown
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This system kicks butt. It is simple and straight forward to set up. Take down is a breezee. This is a must for a (single person) mobile DJ operator and the best back up system. I am on my way to buy my second one...
If you want a no hassle, easy to maintain DJ system, this is the beast. I've run 2 weddings and 2 outdoor parties (which is a big test) and all four times went flawlessly.The size of the 10"s are small but they pack great volume. The 15" Sub does a good job yet if you're looking for major booty shaking bass, you'll need either two of these systems or another sub to throw into the mix.My outdoor parties had about 30-40 people on a dance-floor and it souded loud and great - no complaints. In doors and you're stoked with up to 70-150 people yet at that 150 range, you may want two systems instead of one.I question getting the Matrix 2000 system as the problem with these are sub placement. It really does make a difference if you have a sub on each side as opposed to in the middle or on the side pointing in - For the most part though this system kicks.My only complaint is that you need your own EQ as flat this system needs help. (Don't they all?). However make sure your mixer has good EQ and you'll be fine.
We use this system and have had great success with it. It is a great value and the sub delivers fantastic bass.
So far I think this is the best sound system I've ever bought. I sing a cappella with my group (contemporary, r&b, rap/beatbox, trance/rave, jazz, doowop, jazz, classical, etc.) and believe me, it works great! The bass response is not as powerful as it is on the 2000, but it's still earth shaking! Just boost the EQ on the mixer (usually a 6dB boost around 60-125Hz is good) and you got the heart-thumpin' bass vocals you've always wanted.The best part of this mixer is that it's amp-free... no need to buy any powered amps because these babies are active cabs.
To be used as a practice PA, it does more than I had expected. I am a drummer, and to hear over the drums can be very hard. The Matrix serves this purpose better than expected. The price is another plus, you really can't beat it.