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Ivan Beaver

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Re: subwoofer vs no subwoofer
« Reply #10 on: October 20, 2015, 08:07:31 am »

While the SH96HO is an amazing speaker, it wouldn't be my go-to for a 100 seat church. The SM80 is probably overkill as well. The SM100 is probably more suitable to the spl and pattern requirements of your room, and it's a good bit cheaper than the SM80. The SM100B and SM100F also have lower extension if needed.

But first things first, what style of music will you be playing?


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Agreed.

THe SM100 series get quite a bit louder than people would normally think-due to the horn loading.

If speech only the SM100 would work great.

The basic differences between the SM100F and Sm100B are the 100B goes lower, while the 100F goes louder.

They are both the same physical size-so that is a wash.

The SM100F is also less expensive.

All are a single amp channel.

I would not go with a separate sub-unless the Church is a real rock type Church.
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Re: subwoofer vs no subwoofer
« Reply #10 on: October 20, 2015, 08:07:31 am »


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