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Fame SM-80A

PA Floor/Stage Monitor from Fame .

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Fame SM-80APublished on 06/07/12 at 14:42
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I bought the pack with the microphone (trash management), the standard mic stand, a cable and 3m for 80euros return, ie the same price as the cabinet itself.

There is a volume knob (always 90% in my case), witnesses a peak volume and a switch, that's all. On MusicStore he 80Watt Thomann and he 70. Basically it must do so within 50 :) but I must admit that it does not distortionne too fast.

Please do not use it simply as muscistore we know suggests a microphone directly into it. I tried and it goes barely louder than my voice itself.
It is imperative not to pass a preamp, whether a return of mixer or another.
I use a Boss pedal VE20 which I use as preamp and reverb that goes into...…
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I bought the pack with the microphone (trash management), the standard mic stand, a cable and 3m for 80euros return, ie the same price as the cabinet itself.

There is a volume knob (always 90% in my case), witnesses a peak volume and a switch, that's all. On MusicStore he 80Watt Thomann and he 70. Basically it must do so within 50 :) but I must admit that it does not distortionne too fast.

Please do not use it simply as muscistore we know suggests a microphone directly into it. I tried and it goes barely louder than my voice itself.
It is imperative not to pass a preamp, whether a return of mixer or another.
I use a Boss pedal VE20 which I use as preamp and reverb that goes into the monitor which itself again towards the sound like that I set myself the whole scene.
So in my case MICRO PREAMP SPEAKER SONO

For voice (and probably a guitar) it works but not enough for a bass or drums, it's still a speaker 8 "but it broadly covers a drummer for a midrange. Now without doubt to the stage of France must be something else and I take it only for bars and small scenes or I know that there is no equipment.
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  • Manufacturer: Fame
  • Model: SM-80A
  • Category: PA Floor/Stage Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 07/22/2010

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Other names: sm 80a, sm80a, sm 80 a, sm80 a

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