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Royce Covington

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Re: Looking to buy PA system--need advice!
« Reply #10 on: February 03, 2011, 03:18:56 AM »

If all you can afford is the PGX, use a wired mic.

preferably, NOT a PGX wired mic...


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Richard McLawhorn

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Re: Looking to buy PA system--need advice!
« Reply #11 on: February 03, 2011, 07:52:29 AM »

If you get the pgx with the SM58 capsule then it is fine for small budget applications.  They are by no means professional grade or anything like that, no would i use them if the mic was going to be more than 50' from the receiver...but for a small mobile rig on such budget constraints, if they really want wireless, then that's the direction that i would point them...the PG58 capsule on the other hand is horrible...
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John Neil

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Re: Looking to buy PA system--need advice!
« Reply #12 on: February 03, 2011, 08:30:10 PM »

preferably, NOT a PGX wired mic...


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I carry a PG48 in my toolbox for us as FOH/Mon talkback.  It was the cheapest switched mic I could get for that function.  When it falls off the console and hits the floor (a) it's switched off and (b) I don't care.

Horrid was the day it was the only switched mic around and became the MC mic.  I feel bad for the musicians that have to listen to me now.
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Royce Covington

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Re: Looking to buy PA system--need advice!
« Reply #13 on: February 04, 2011, 12:20:03 AM »

I carry a PG48 in my toolbox for us as FOH/Mon talkback.  It was the cheapest switched mic I could get for that function.  When it falls off the console and hits the floor (a) it's switched off and (b) I don't care.

Horrid was the day it was the only switched mic around and became the MC mic.  I feel bad for the musicians that have to listen to me now.

the talkback in my carry-kit is an e835 that i've had since they were introduced.  it may have hit the floor a time or two, but it's functional, probably sounds better than the average club house mics and more importantly, it was free!

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Re: Looking to buy PA system--need advice!
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