If the QSC is local; why not a pair of their powered speakers and add a sub when money allows?
Thanks Mike for he suggestion. Anything bought locally would be 220V only, but the venue is 110V. Getting power to the speakers will be problematic. Local prices are also 30-40% above MSRP, so its cheaper to ship by air than to buy locally. Local stock would also be limited to maybe 1 or 2 models. Buying local is basically a non-starter.If I wasn't clear before, I'm not really interested, at this point in time, in a speaker on a stick solution, I'm looking for a permanent wall mount, or better yet low profile ceiling mount that can go in front of the podium/band, and hit the front and back rows while being as invisible as possible. I am more interested to hear about some fit-to-purpose architectural speakers. Peavey used to have something like this but I don't see it on their web site today.It doesn't need to be a 2 speaker solution. Could be 1, or 5.
Any ideas for new speakers for this room? Usage is a multi-purpose church room that acts as a chapel twice a week. Has various events all day and night every day. Primary use for the speakers is for a Contemporary Christian band twice a week.
It doesn't need to be a 2 speaker solution. Could be 1, or 5.
You know, there is a Church Sound forum for this stuff here at PSW...
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