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Add speakers and mics and you've got a great PA.
It has 7 channels and 200W of power. Each channel has volume, tone, and reverb controls. 5 channels have XLR inputs with phantom power and 1/4" line inputs. 2 channels are equipped with instrument inputs and 1/4" line inputs. The master section features 7-band EQ, tape/CD input, line output, record output, monitor output, an effects loop, and 8 built-in 24-bit digital effects with a footswitch jack. There are 7 line level inputs and 2 instrument-ready preamps--perfect for plugging in acoustic guitars.
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I've had this for about two or three years. I also have the matching speakers that go with it. Regrettably enough, I screwed something up in it, and if I replace the fuse it just blows em out. Anyways, if you have a LOUD drummer, this isn't very good. It's somewhat lacking on the high end of things. It's great for practice, but if your drummer likes to be loud, don't bother. Great if you're on a budget though. I'm sad mine is totally messed up. I used to use it to host music for my friends at their parties, but then I blew this head, and I don't know where to get it fixed.
So much capability.
I was very pleased with the overall sound features and quality, as well as the image of the Kustom PA. Keep making good products! Thanks
I bought this almost a year ago and it's served me perfectly since then. its a great mixer for a good price, it has enough features and effects to make anyone happy, although it is lacking in power for a full band. If you have the money, I do reccomend getting a mixer with a little more power, although it works great for a single musician, I even used it for recording.
Has everything I need. Great product at a great price. I am pleased.
This has great features that most small amps do not usually come with, and it makes good well balanced sounds.
I bought this about 2 years ago. I had never bought a pa system before and was just starting to play live. I have been thouroghly impressed by its quality and performance. I play an acoustic straight through the inst. jack, and 1-2 mics, although I have run a couple bands through it. The only reason for the 9's is that it doesn't power a monitor. I have recommended it to friends and there are several bars that I play at who bought it for a house pa after hearing me on it. Altogether a great value for the solo musician or duet. Might be a little underpowered for a full band in large venues.
It is ok, not great, not horrible, works for basement/garage bands, but if you have a drummer who plays double bass or just really loud, you may find it lacking power. like i said, it is decent. I guess you get your money's worth. it costs little, it gives you little, don't buy it if you have the money to go better. if you're on a budget, like I was, then I guess it's worth a try.
Dual amp for the monitor out would have made this mixer perfect had to buy a seperate amp for monitor out.