Samson Expedition XP308i - Altavoces (DJ, 2-way, Mesa/estante, 300W, Negro, Alámbrico)
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Descripción del producto
Adecuado para uso en exteriores: Si
Altura del paquete: 622,3 mm
Ancho del paquete: 473 mm
Cables incluidos: RCA
Canales de salida de audio: 2.0 canales
Color del producto: Negro
Diámetro del conductor del subwoofer (imperial): 2,54 cm (1")
Diámetro del woofer (imperial): 20,3 cm (8")
Número de canales del amplificador: 8 canales
Peso del paquete: 21,8 kg
Potencia estimada RMS: 300 W
Profundidad del paquete: 432 mm
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de altavoces: De 2 vías
Tipo de interfaz de bocina: RCA
Ubicación de bocina: Mesa/estante
Uso recomendado: DJ
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For reference I play in a jazz duo and trio, and often with acoustic instruments. So take that into account when I say that this will work for venues of up to fifty people.As such this system is more than sufficient for solo and duo acts. You may be able to use it in larger venues for concerts as opposed to providing background and ambiance music. I have played in small venues where the audience was there for happy hour and chatting among themselves and this system would not work. I have also used it in much larger venues where the audience was there for a concert and this system easily provided the sound level needed to be heard.
One of the main reasons why I awarded this five stars is sound quality. Although the speakers are small they are rich sounding and can crank out some surprising low end when we run a piano through it. I also love the ability to tailor reverb to three of the channels independent of one another. In fact, you can turn reverb off on one or two channels while using it on a third, or any combination thereof. You can also set different reverb levels for each of the three channels that will accept reverb, which is a wonderful way to dial in various vocalists.
As for the speaker cables that ship with this system, I hold them in reserve as spares and am using a pair of Planet Waves Classic Series Speaker Cables, which are more gig-worthy in my opinion. To be honest there is nothing particularly wrong with the cables that ship with this PA, but I prefer heavy duty, pro-level cables on gigs. Another item you may want to consider if you purchase this PA is an Arriba Padded Multi Purpose Case Atp-16, which fits this PA. It allows you to transport it in inclement weather and protect the exposed mixer.
Overall I am very happy with this PA, but I knew the limitations before I made a final purchase decision. For small venues and lighter music this may be all the PA you need.
The design of the system is well conceived: the amp/mixer nests in the back of one speaker and all the wiring fits nicely in the back of the other speaker AND the two speakers then interlock so that the entire unit is compact and easily portable.
More importantly, the sound quality is very good. I have used the system to play music at several outdoor parties, the largest being an event of approximately 90 people in an area about 2/3 of an acre in size. Even in this setting, I never needed to turn the volume up to anywhere near its maximum output.
A DJ who was a guest at one event commented that his (more expensive) PA system did not sound any better than the Samson Expedition XP308i and he had to rent or borrow a minivan to haul his equipment. A couple other people commented that this unit sounded so good, they'd love to use it in their home theaters.
I know that the 308i mixer board is not as sophisticated as other bigger, more expensive models. But for the price and performance, I feel this is an outstanding value.
One of my systems, the oldest of the bunch (maybe 4 years old?) has started producing feedback and/or static from one of the speaker terminals. Sadly, I had to take it out of the rotation. The speakers and all cables still work wonderfully.