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Old January 2nd, 2011, 07:43 PM   #16
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Min - for what it's worth, I've been using the fender p-150 for a few years and have gotten great use / results out of it. speaker stands, power strip, etc. go in one bag and the PA clips together to make a self-contained portable unit for the rest. we use it for everything from scout events with 200 people outdoors to music for montages, etc. one nice feature is that you can have audio input that lowers it's own level when the mike is being used .. it's gotten its fair share of knocks and has held up well. one of the reasons we bought this one is exactly for it's portability .. anyway, just some more input for you ...
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