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Small PA package with the equipment needed for big-time sound.

This PA system comes with the Nady MPM4130X 4-channel, 130W powered mixer, PTS515 speaker pair, 2 StarPower 9 mics, 2 - 20' mic cables, 2 Horizon 16-gauge 20' speaker cables, and 2 speaker stands.

Nady MPM4130 4-Channel Powered Mixer with DSP

This mixing console has 4 delay options for overall sound--from small room to spacious. Each channel offers individual delay level control, 2-band EQ, and TRS and XLR inputs. Master section includes CD/tape level, delay level and time controls, L/R tape, and RCA tape out jacks for recording. The Nady MPM4130 4-Channel Mixer is built into a rugged case for portability and road reliability.

Nady StarPower 9 Microphone

This microphone is designed for miking vocals and acoustic guitars, bowed strings, woodwinds, and percussion instruments.


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NadyMPM4130X / PTS515 Package
 
4.1

(based on 16 reviews)

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you get what you pay for

Nady Starter PA combo kit good for rehearsal.I got this system as a starter system several years ago. The PA head itself was surprisingly powerful and a very clear tone.The speakers are complete trash,...Read complete review

Nady Starter PA combo kit good for rehearsal.I got this system as a starter system several years ago. The PA head itself was surprisingly powerful and a very clear tone.The speakers are complete trash, even after it took 3 RMA's to get a working set of speakers (2) they still sounded terrible, and died. (wasn't worth another RMA) The cables are all trash too, throw them away immediately. The mics are good for only one channel at a time or they WILL feed back. Not bad for putting in front of a cab at low volume, though.When I put one speaker out to a crate 15" cabinet (100 watts RMS) and the other to a Peavey 12 inch proper Pa speaker (100 watts RMS) it sounded great! It over heats in an hour, but a small fan fixes that. Had my drummers triggers going through at the same time as my vocals, kept up with 2 full stacks, and a bass rig.Bottom line just get the head itself, the rest is paying for trash. 7 years later and it still works great, even after countless items have spilled into/around/on it.

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Gets it done

I have used this system on 3 occasions now at a remote facility from our church. It has easily filled a 1,000 sq ft room w/ 10 ft ceilings and about 60 people using...Read complete review

I have used this system on 3 occasions now at a remote facility from our church. It has easily filled a 1,000 sq ft room w/ 10 ft ceilings and about 60 people using 2 voc mics and a keyboard. I know I could have pushed it much harder. Overall tone is just a little muddy in the lows but the mids are clear & the highs are pretty crisp. Mics are junk, had to upgrade. The dsp is decent for subtle use. The mic/line inputs are fairly quiet and have decent headroom.Unfortunately: tape ins/outs lack individual controls; and worse, the right tape output quit working almost immediately... But, lets be realistic, for the price, its a steal. I've used price-point comprable systems by Kustom and Squier and wouldn't recomend the other 2. It sounds much fuller than both and the level controls operate way smoother than the Squier. I think it's well worth its price for small reinforcement jobs or rehearsals. Not for clubs...

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4.0

you get what you pay for

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

Nady Starter PA combo kit good for rehearsal.I got this system as a starter system several years ago. The PA head itself was surprisingly powerful and a very clear tone.The speakers are complete trash, even after it took 3 RMA's to get a working set of speakers (2) they still sounded terrible, and died. (wasn't worth another RMA) The cables are all trash too, throw them away immediately. The mics are good for only one channel at a time or they WILL feed back. Not bad for putting in front of a cab at low volume, though.When I put one speaker out to a crate 15" cabinet (100 watts RMS) and the other to a Peavey 12 inch proper Pa speaker (100 watts RMS) it sounded great! It over heats in an hour, but a small fan fixes that. Had my drummers triggers going through at the same time as my vocals, kept up with 2 full stacks, and a bass rig.Bottom line just get the head itself, the rest is paying for trash. 7 years later and it still works great, even after countless items have spilled into/around/on it.

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4.0

eh

By Mud_Octave

from albuquerque

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

i got it a while ago, probably over a year. when it arrived the mixer didn't turn on and one of the speakers was cracked. "They" sent me back the mixer either repaired or another one that had been repaired instead of replacing it with a new one. I had a pretty hard time working with customer service to get everything the way it should have been, but idk if that was nady or not.the actual product is kind of cool, but i don't trust the quality very much. go with something else.

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3.0

Not the best PA out there.

By Alex-SvkeA

from North Carolina

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

Basically, I bought this hoping it would help my nephew with his new band and when they hooked the mic up, it sounded awful. There was a ton of feedback, the speakers were clipping (it honestly wasn't turned up that loud) and the overall quality is not good. Please, do yourself and the people around you a favor and save your money for a better PA.

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5.0

A Decent Starter/Rehearsal P.A.

By Storm-J1Z_X

from Austin, TX

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

We only had one mic, running through a bass amp, so this P.A. was our step up to backing vocals and "decent" vocal sound. I've only had the product for a couple of weeks, but it's about what I expected. That is, it's not the most powerful amp, and the mics feed back a bit, but the price is right and it'll do fine for practice in our 12'x12' room. My guess is that we'll phase out the kind of "toyish" amp/mixer and hold on to the speakers (rated at 400 watts) and cables and mics and such.

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4.0

good but not dependable

By Sympathy Denied

from Jackson, MN

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

When the band and I got this PA we were thrilled, Since I was singing out of a base amp until i got it as a gift. We do 2 practices a week and the sound was almost crystal clear and it put out the sound we needed for small areas. We did a show after a month of having it and the head took a dive, at the end of the show, we got it fixed and a month later we did another show. this time it was the tweeters in the speakers that blew IN THE FIRST LINE OF THE FIRST SONG. we still played for 2 hours but you couldnt hear a word i said and i like to scream. overall this PA is a good deal for practices but dont count on it in a gig.

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4.0

Good Little System

By Pastorj-gLD.t

from Church Hill, TN

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

Overall this system is good. However I did have to go through 2 mixers and eventually had to buy another brand. I am surprised at how well the speakers work. These are incredible speakers with excellent sound. We have used them in large venues as well as small and the sound is great either way. Anyhoo stay away from the mixer. Speakers are great.

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4.0

good duo rig

By 2sum

from Faribault MN.

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

I purchased this rig in feb 06 and it is a good deal for the money. Don't expect to rock big clubs or concert halls with it. I am boosting it with a 600 watt power amp, its not much good without it. We are a duo using 2 mics and 2 guitars , it wont handle any more than that, it mixes well and the tape line out lets us record into a p.c. at home. The only defect we found is the 3rd channel input jack wont hold a 1/4" jack, it slips out, so we always use a mic on that channel, and one of the stands had a broken knob on the tripod.the mics are good and the speakers are great , and it all fits in the trunk of a toyota tercel.

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3.0

Gets it done

By Ruesterlll

from beverly, WV

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

I have used this system on 3 occasions now at a remote facility from our church. It has easily filled a 1,000 sq ft room w/ 10 ft ceilings and about 60 people using 2 voc mics and a keyboard. I know I could have pushed it much harder. Overall tone is just a little muddy in the lows but the mids are clear & the highs are pretty crisp. Mics are junk, had to upgrade. The dsp is decent for subtle use. The mic/line inputs are fairly quiet and have decent headroom.Unfortunately: tape ins/outs lack individual controls; and worse, the right tape output quit working almost immediately... But, lets be realistic, for the price, its a steal. I've used price-point comprable systems by Kustom and Squier and wouldn't recomend the other 2. It sounds much fuller than both and the level controls operate way smoother than the Squier. I think it's well worth its price for small reinforcement jobs or rehearsals. Not for clubs...

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4.0

Nady MPM4130/PTS515 Package

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

I just bought this so I can't tell you how durable it is. However I can tell you that this package is well worth the money. The mixer has pretty cool effects for the price and the speakers are great. It would be cool if the mixer would get a little louder, but that's alright. The mics aren't that good compared to Shure or Audio-Technica ones, but hey this thing is only 350 bucks! I would definitaly advise buying this if you are just starting a band.

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1.0

Junk

By joe Colantonio

from Batavia, NY

Comments about Nady MPM4130X / PTS515 Package:

I bought this less than 2 years ago. I don't have 50 hours of actual usage. It was repaired once under warranty for a total loss of volume and the same thing happened again. Speakers are good but the amp is "junk".

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