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hey a friend of mine that runs a small dj and sound company told me about PYLE PRo...

 

 

he told me they are very very cheap, and that at least the amp he bought from them worked fine, and he has been using it constantly for almost 2 years now, without any problem...

 

so im guessing a PYLE PRO would be the same as a QSC??

 

 

here are some prices:

 

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219.99$

at 2000 w...seems like a nice deal to me.....

 

the speakers seem nice priced too..but i want 15" not 12"

 

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113.99$

:cool:

 

 

what do you guys think

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Well... it looks like they sell guitar amps too..

an 800 Watt amp with a single 8" speaker...

for 112 bucks...

I would be hard pressed to believe that this stuff is anything more than a total PYLE of {censored}... HAHAHA.. ohh... *sigh*

I would look into the specs a bit... like the THD of the amp and what not...

Im gonna have to vote a big hell no on this stuff...

You get what you pay for my brother... I would be frightened to even try it...

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pyle of crap...exactly the thought when i heard the name..hehehe yeah im guessing i need to stay with qsc ..


my plan to begin is getting 2 15" with horns.
a 1400 power amp
and use the old pa we have as mixer, since we only need it to sing at first....i got a nice deal on some 15" peaveys for 170 each...pretty nice...and i saw the 1400 amp for 350 or something like that....


what do you think man

Originally posted by BrianPhase90

Well... it looks like they sell guitar amps too..


an 800 Watt amp with a single 8" speaker...


for 112 bucks...


I would be hard pressed to believe that this stuff is anything more than a total PYLE of {censored}... HAHAHA.. ohh... *sigh*


I would look into the specs a bit... like the THD of the amp and what not...


Im gonna have to vote a big hell no on this stuff...


You get what you pay for my brother... I would be frightened to even try it...

 

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We run this fstuff and have very good luck...

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And then a rack compressor and an EQ... also a tube mic preamp and a fuhrman power conditioner...

As far as Im concerned Carvin is some of the best Bang for your buck stuff out there... I think the 1500 Watt amp is like 400 bucks...

Lemme know if you have any questions about it....:wave:

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Originally posted by Echotraveler

hey a friend of mine that runs a small dj and sound company told me about PYLE PRo...



he told me they are very very cheap, and that at least the amp he bought from them worked fine, and he has been using it constantly for almost 2 years now, without any problem...


so im guessing a PYLE PRO would be the same as a QSC??



here are some prices:


at 2000 w...seems like a nice deal to me.....


the speakers seem nice priced too..but i want 15" not 12"


113.99$

:cool:


what do you guys think



2000 watts? Sure, just like the $19 computer speakers I have are 120 watts. Must be true, it says so on the box.

You're looking at cheap junk, with totally nonsensical specs. Get some real equipment instead. Look at Peavey, Yamaha, Carvin, Sonic, for workable lower priced stuff.

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Originally posted by ginnboonmiller

For PA stuff, I'm noticing that used is a much better deal than cheap. I don't think sound engineers value mojo the way we do, so PA stuff doesn't hold its value at all. You'd be a LOT better off with a five-year-old Crown amp than a new Pyle, for around the same bucks.

 

True that. The resale on PA stuff is quite low.

That being said, Carvin has some OK stuff for good prices. Stay away from Beringer unless you want to be sending stuff back for warrenty repairs. Anything Beringer we've had has crappe dout quick.

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