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The portable PA with the built-in case.
Expanding on one of the most successful and most often imitated portable PA systems in the world, Peavey Electronics is proud to introduce new versions of its innovative Escort® portable PA systems.
The Escort series integrates the entire PA system into one complete, easy to use, easy to transport, highly reliable, incredible sounding package, making it the perfect choice for schools, churches, DJs, and small music groups.
The new Escort takes the reliability, transportability, and audio quality of the original and combines it with state-of-the-art features such as digital multi-effects, USB MP3 player, Peavey's Midmorph® technology, and Peavey's patented FLS® (Feedback Locating System).
The carrying case provides storage for everything needed for sound, including plenty of room for optional accessories such as microphones and cables. In addition to the included folding speaker stand, the case even includes luggage style wheels to roll the entire system away. No heavy lifting, just heavy audio!
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Comments about Peavey Escort 6000 Portable PA System 600 Watts:
I play in an acoustic guitar/vocals duo. We love the new PA system. Have only used it once, but it surprised me with it's nice bass response. We brought with us an Ampeg bass amp to connect to the subwoofer output. I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to get the nice low end from my Martin D-35. We could just barely turn up the Ampeg before it would feedback. Turns out we didn't need it. The compact Peavey speakers sounded great. The stands included are a little wimpy and IMO are not high enough for proper sound dispersion. But we already had a bigger set of tripods that the speakers would fit on as there are two sizes of mounting holes in the cabinets. I compared this unit to the Yamaha. The Escort has better tone controls for each channel, seven XLR inputs compared to four in the Yamaha, and external monitor and subwoofer outputs lacking in the Yamaha. Again, there is no monitor output on the Yamaha! The Escort's monitor out is not a separate mix - it gives you what you are putting out to your main speakers. Given a simple setup like ours, this is really ideal. You hear in your monitor what the audience is hearing. What the Escort mixer won't do is mount to the back of a speaker cabinet like the Yamaha is supposed to do. Not a biggie for us since we like to have the controls down on the floor or table in easy reach. The only bad thing I can say about the Escort at this point in time is that we at first thought the reverb wasn't working. Finally we cranked it all the way up and could hear it, but it wasn't very prominent although still useful. Unless we have a defective reverb send, you won't like it if you saturate your sound in reverb. All in all, this unit will make traveling to the places we play as well as the setup easier without the audio quality suffering. And everything is a lot lighter than the old gear we were toting around. As long as the amplifier holds up as well as the other Peavey powered mixer we have has done, we will be very happy for years to come with the Peavey Escort!