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  • parispalparispal

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 05/29/05 at 13:28
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    Hello,

    well everything is on topic! I have not found in the technical doc RESPONSE product or on diffrentes pages that talk about it, and who take over the majority doc manufacturer.

    So there he has a phantom power on the Yamaha STAGEPAS300. And we can connect a minidisc output?

    Thank you,

    Hervbr /> www.mysongwriters.com (http://www.mysongwriters.com)
  • parispalparispal

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 05/29/05 at 13:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,

    well everything is on topic! I have not found in the technical doc RESPONSE product or on diffrentes pages that talk about it, and who take over the majority doc manufacturer.

    So there he has a phantom power on the Yamaha STAGEPAS300. And we can connect a minidisc output?

    Thank you,

    Hervbr /> www.mysongwriters.com (http://www.mysongwriters.com)
  • BodyPercuBodyPercu

    Bcp of affordable quality

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 12/04/14 at 00:13
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    Everything has been said or near this small sound that my taste does a very good taf and especially at the level of sound quality.
    I would still react to comment from the guy who left a star and a half because in the lighting, there has a little unpleasant noise ventillo.
    Indeed, it's a bit boring, but still it's not rocket science: it has only the right to turn down the knob for the overall grand max 2 min (s time to grant), and then then it's good, you have a clear sound until the end of the night.
    In fact, I 'use it now for 2 years for small benefits. It is nickel.
  • asmileofachildasmileofachild

    useful as a floor monitor

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 12/03/14 at 10:20
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    I use them for 6 years, they are very well as background music for a couple singer / guitar with very small gauge, in rehearsal, but I mostly use them onstage.

    They are compact and fairly lightweight, perfect complement stage monitors.

    After all these years of sometimes heavy use, they still sound good!

    careful though not to push too hard for too long because they do not support it (sound distortion or stop). Another problem used outdoors returns, laid on the lawn, they quickly dropped due to moisture (now I isolated from the soil .. :)).
    Brief solid, I advise them, including small scenes sound, they troubleshoot well for a small price.
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    I use them for 6 years, they are very well as background music for a couple singer / guitar with very small gauge, in rehearsal, but I mostly use them onstage.

    They are compact and fairly lightweight, perfect complement stage monitors.

    After all these years of sometimes heavy use, they still sound good!

    careful though not to push too hard for too long because they do not support it (sound distortion or stop). Another problem used outdoors returns, laid on the lawn, they quickly dropped due to moisture (now I isolated from the soil .. :)).
    Brief solid, I advise them, including small scenes sound, they troubleshoot well for a small price.
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  • soul cleanersoul cleaner

    Distrust

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 05/31/13 at 01:23
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    Sound is good, the tool is convenient and there is little heavy settings, but for the price you pay big speakers and not a mixing desk. The reverb is ridiculous, just completely unusable! So you tell me that my account is not so bad unlike the note except that there is a problem and one that comes spoil everything and made me understand why the owner is precedant is freed: the noise of the fan is basic terribly annoying, but it is and I may be the only hoped in this case more, it happens at startup it is simply unbearable accompanied d (strong sizzling in addition to the initial blast. Wait until it happens, otherwise it is just impossible to do anything with less than sound to return on st…
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    Sound is good, the tool is convenient and there is little heavy settings, but for the price you pay big speakers and not a mixing desk. The reverb is ridiculous, just completely unusable! So you tell me that my account is not so bad unlike the note except that there is a problem and one that comes spoil everything and made me understand why the owner is precedant is freed: the noise of the fan is basic terribly annoying, but it is and I may be the only hoped in this case more, it happens at startup it is simply unbearable accompanied d (strong sizzling in addition to the initial blast. Wait until it happens, otherwise it is just impossible to do anything with less than sound to return on stage or a small acoustic group in noisy places as has been mentioned by qq'un before me. I l 'I brought a repair to qq'un whom I trust, but the problem is is represented after 2/3 weeks. Brief same time I feel I've made my swell!
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  • bzilbzil

    STAGE PASS 300

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 03/27/13 at 14:00
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    I use it for 3 or 4 years now.

    This is the first sound of any kind (laptop) that I use, I did not try any other model screen.

    What I like most about this model is its weight / power / size. Because they are good camera far from heavy and bulky but very robust, with a very respectable sound quality. Over time, this system has been the victim of traveling fast and not very careful, still no breaks!
    Negative: It is true that the reverb is only used when you want to mumuse but otherwise uninteresting, never used!

    Q / P, great, I bought around 350 € new at the time and I think it holds up as much gear Yam!

    Over time, with experience, I remake this choice with your eyes closed as mu…
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    I use it for 3 or 4 years now.

    This is the first sound of any kind (laptop) that I use, I did not try any other model screen.

    What I like most about this model is its weight / power / size. Because they are good camera far from heavy and bulky but very robust, with a very respectable sound quality. Over time, this system has been the victim of traveling fast and not very careful, still no breaks!
    Negative: It is true that the reverb is only used when you want to mumuse but otherwise uninteresting, never used!

    Q / P, great, I bought around 350 € new at the time and I think it holds up as much gear Yam!

    Over time, with experience, I remake this choice with your eyes closed as much for listening to music, or even small PA small back (especially back) I am very satisfied! Of course I do not compare to real returns but the extra is great!
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  • Roberto SongPopRoberto SongPop

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 12/08/12 at 16:32
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    Bought new in 2007, used for 2 years and sold for as much disappointed by Yamaha ... Why?
    1 - infernal noise of the fan for one musician Home-Studio! (For the Live Bar in one loud, it can go ...)
    2 - Reverb Crappy (I confirm!)
    3 - The carrying case purchased Yamaha 100 € option sold after 3 use "soft"
    Since mono 250W version is released with cooling fins (without noise so) SPX reverb and better, so you now know that it is better to avoid the 300 and the 500 as well (I think, because even noise problem) ...
    News: 2 versions 400 and 600W (SPX reverb better) just made their entrance, so watch the fan noise (I do not know, nobody talks about it ...)
    Otherwise, high reliability elect…
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    Bought new in 2007, used for 2 years and sold for as much disappointed by Yamaha ... Why?
    1 - infernal noise of the fan for one musician Home-Studio! (For the Live Bar in one loud, it can go ...)
    2 - Reverb Crappy (I confirm!)
    3 - The carrying case purchased Yamaha 100 € option sold after 3 use "soft"
    Since mono 250W version is released with cooling fins (without noise so) SPX reverb and better, so you now know that it is better to avoid the 300 and the 500 as well (I think, because even noise problem) ...
    News: 2 versions 400 and 600W (SPX reverb better) just made their entrance, so watch the fan noise (I do not know, nobody talks about it ...)
    Otherwise, high reliability electronic Yamaha for the rest of the gear acquired.
    Well, I hope this review will help you in your choice ...
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  • eikichi8eikichi8

    Very good

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 12/07/12 at 14:03
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    Used for 6 years.

    I have not tried other models, I relied on the price (quite expensive) and the reputation of Yamaha. I have not been disappointed.

    The reverb is void against very digital.

    The set is very practical and excellent sound reproduction. The amp and cables fall into the speakers which is very very convenient. Can be used back on stage and console output is available on the table.

    I would do this choice without hesitation, I would look at his big brother even more powerful 250 W.
  • patrick.mpatrick.m

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 07/09/12 at 08:55
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    I have for several years and I used a guitar amp for a pod + x 3 + a rocktron intellipitch live, all in stereo and it's heaven because I put them on stands tilted 45 ° to a left, one right there ... and it bathes!
    Beware of the too powerful low hp 8 "are not made to collect the large sweet keyboard or bass (that's why I put 9).
    For cons, I never tried to sound in a group with (it seems a little "just").
    I put all these people in a suitcase on wheels (stagepass, pod, rocktron, extension cables, etc. ...) my guitar in the back and stands in my other hand and I have a set of 300w stereo hyper- Mobile ... It is not life beautiful?? ...
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    I have for several years and I used a guitar amp for a pod + x 3 + a rocktron intellipitch live, all in stereo and it's heaven because I put them on stands tilted 45 ° to a left, one right there ... and it bathes!
    Beware of the too powerful low hp 8 "are not made to collect the large sweet keyboard or bass (that's why I put 9).
    For cons, I never tried to sound in a group with (it seems a little "just").
    I put all these people in a suitcase on wheels (stagepass, pod, rocktron, extension cables, etc. ...) my guitar in the back and stands in my other hand and I have a set of 300w stereo hyper- Mobile ... It is not life beautiful?? ...
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  • Philippe 3410Philippe 3410

    practical and versatile

    Yamaha Stagepas 300Published on 06/23/12 at 00:05
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    Not being an expert in sound, I was looking for a highly mobile sound system (bravo for the transport softcase: Just perfect) and easy to use. Everything is there. I use it only rarely, but in very different occasions (concerts, conferences, events ...) and she always answers the call.
    Plus, this is the mixer that fits into the thickness of an enclosure and cable management in the other.
    It blithely branch guitars, keyboards, computers, CD players and, of course, microphones in CSF ports, jacks or din. Reverb available on certain routes. Versatility and simplicity to all floors.
    I am delighted with this choice I would do without hesitation.
    Those who want more watts will opt for its…
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    Not being an expert in sound, I was looking for a highly mobile sound system (bravo for the transport softcase: Just perfect) and easy to use. Everything is there. I use it only rarely, but in very different occasions (concerts, conferences, events ...) and she always answers the call.
    Plus, this is the mixer that fits into the thickness of an enclosure and cable management in the other.
    It blithely branch guitars, keyboards, computers, CD players and, of course, microphones in CSF ports, jacks or din. Reverb available on certain routes. Versatility and simplicity to all floors.
    I am delighted with this choice I would do without hesitation.
    Those who want more watts will opt for its big sister the 500.
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