...I've been doing quite a bit of research and have shortlisted the following within my rough budget £1500 :-Turbosound Milan MI5Yamaha DXR15FBT Promaxx 14aHas anyone on here had any experience with any of the speakers mentioned?Which would you recommend for using with full bands in rooms holding around 250 people with kick and bass going through them and reasonably high volumes 130db+?Thanks
A 3-way or 2x15" can get you some more extension. PRX635 and KW153 are popular. QSC K and KW series have a multiband comp of sorts you can switch on to increase low end response. This js on all their boxes not just 3ways. It's never going to get much better though, in terms of bass extension, just using 'top boxes'. You could get a smaller and lighter sub also. KW181 is very compact, light, and comes with castors.
Thanks for the reply. I've already considered going that route but the speakers mentioned are at least as heavy as my subs which defeats the object.My JBL EON15 G2 have been great for the majority of gigs on their own and I only use my subs occasionally. On the few times that I have used the subs it was debatable as to whether I needed them. As a result, I feel that if I had a pair of speakers that were a little louder with even better bass response I would be sorted. If the gig was big enough that I needed subs at a high level then I would prefer to hire in a sound company.Basically what I looking for is a pair of tops that go go louder than my EON15 G2's, have greater bass response and clarity. The Turbosound Milan MI5's, Yamaha DXR15's and FBT Promaxx 14a's seem to be the pick of the bunch that are 22kg or under and cost £1500 or less.What I'd really like to know is which of these three has the best bass response and would be most suitable for what I want??
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