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Powered Mixer from Soundcraft belonging to the Spirit series.

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    Soundcraft PowerstationPublished on 03/08/08 at 01:06
    For the past 3 years, our troupe of entertainers have traveled the coast of Washington, Oregon and a bit into the top of California. We have brought with us this robust and rich sounding, easy to use mixer and amplifier combination. Yes, it's true that it does weigh-in at about 50 lbs or so but it is rugged, time tested and we believe it's worth the trouble of carrying it.

    Don't be confused that there are many "Power Station" models manufactured by Soundcraft. This is simply called 'Spirit Power Station-By Soundcraft' while the other nearly like it is named the 'Power Station 600.' The unit above is 245 watts per left and 245 watts per right channel as we understand it. It powers…
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    For the past 3 years, our troupe of entertainers have traveled the coast of Washington, Oregon and a bit into the top of California. We have brought with us this robust and rich sounding, easy to use mixer and amplifier combination. Yes, it's true that it does weigh-in at about 50 lbs or so but it is rugged, time tested and we believe it's worth the trouble of carrying it.

    Don't be confused that there are many "Power Station" models manufactured by Soundcraft. This is simply called 'Spirit Power Station-By Soundcraft' while the other nearly like it is named the 'Power Station 600.' The unit above is 245 watts per left and 245 watts per right channel as we understand it. It powers multiple sets of monitors and features a wonderful Lexicon brand effects mixer when we want to dial in one of several neat effects. This is helpful when you have a small room, you have a big room you want to sound smaller/tighter and so on.

    The original price was $1,600.00 but we picked it up second hand at a steal for $500 with our virtually new monitors/speakers and cables from a friend. The sides come off so you can mount it on a rolling cart, set it on a table, crate it or 'whatever.' Either way, it has rich, vibrant sound and an on board graphic equalizer which really works well for each speaker (Left/Right) and audiences always comment how clean and clear our microphones and sound system sound. Our group agrees we would make this purchase again if we had to.javascript:submitForm();
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