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Yamaha EMX66M-BR12 PA Package
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Package includes Yamaha EX66M EMX66M 600W 6-channel powered mixer, 2 Yamaha BR12 Yamaha 12" 2-way speakers, 2 - 20' 16-gauge speaker cables, 4 AKG D ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Package includes Yamaha EX66M EMX66M 600W 6-channel powered mixer, 2 Yamaha BR12 Yamaha 12" 2-way speakers, 2 - 20' 16-gauge speaker cables, 4 AKG D 8000 S dynamic microphones, 4 - 20' mic cables, and 2 speaker stands.
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I bought this system from Musician's Friend for a choral group that I sing with. I have 6 mics for 12 singers. For small halls (150-200 people) this puts out ample sound. For very large halls, you may want to add 2 more speakers. The unit basically has 2 separate 300 watt amplifiers. With 2 speakers you are only using half of the power. You can use the other two outputs for monitors or 2 additional speakers. I was on a budget so I only bought 2 speakers with the package. I will probably buy two more BR12's or the similar monitor versions to add on to this unit. I have not used a lot of the instrument input/outputs. But for pure vocal sound this is a fantastic system. The digital effects are nice and give you lots of options. The system/speakers are absolutely silent when turned on. No hiss/buzz, etc. The microphones are a little hot but I think it just takes some fine tuning on my part to turn down the mic level and crank the output level. This system is very easy to setup and tear down. You can buy a separate hard case for the amp, which I am still transporting in the original box. The buttons are kind of exposed when setting up/tearing down. They should have built an integrated plastic cover for the amp to make it more suitable for travel. But I guess that's why the sell the hard case. Overall this is a good system. The only downside is that there is no L/R balance on the speakers so you get one level of output on both speakers. Take it or leave it. You need to upgrade to the next level Yamaha amp for that feature. The speakers are heavy duty and fairly compact. I bought the 12" instead of 15" so they would be easier to move around and store. They pack a lot of sound for a 12" unit.