Stage Right 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch speakers
    Product # 604355
    Stage Right 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch speakers
    Product # 604355
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    Stage Right 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch speakers

    Amplify your next event or performance with this 130-watt 8-channel PA System from Monoprice!

    This all-in-one system features two speakers, each with one 10" woofer and one 1" compression driver, and an 8-channel mixer with a built-in amplifier. The amplifier features a 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz frequency response range, with less than 1% THD. The amp puts out 65-watts per channel RMS, with 130-watts per channel peak power.

    The mixer has four mono channels, each of which has one balanced XLR microphone input and one unbalanced 1/4" line input. Channels 5 and 6 are ganged together into a single stereo pair with a pair of unbalanced 1/4" and RCA inputs, while channels 7 and 8 use a single 3.5mm stereo TRS input. Phantom power is available for the XLR microphone inputs.

    On the output side it has 1/4" and RCA unbalanced stereo pairs for the monitor, a 3.5mm TRS headphone jack, and two 1/4" unbalanced speaker outputs. The four mono channel inputs and the master volume control feature clipping indicators to let you know when the inputs or output are going into distortion.

    The system is designed for portability and mobility, accepting input voltages in the 95 ~ 250 VAC, 50/60 Hz range. The speakers feature a standard 1-3/8" PA mounting hole, allowing them to be mounted on standard PA speaker stands, such as PID 602350. The mixer's cover features a large storage compartment for cables. The system comes with a power cable and two, 20-foot 1/4" TS speaker cables.



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    Specifications
    Amplifier/Mixer
    Frequency Response 50Hz - 18kHz
    THD < 1%
    Output Power (RMS) 2x 65 watts
    Output Power (Peak) 2x 130W
    Treble EQ 10kHz ±6 dB
    Bass EQ 100Hz ±6 dB
    Power Supply 95 ~ 250 VAC, 50/60 Hz
     
    Speakers
    Low Drivers 1x 10" cone (each)
    High Drivers 1x 1" compression driver (each)
    Power Capacity 100 watts @ 8 ohms
    Frequency Response 60 Hz ~ 18kHz
    Sensitivity 94dB
    Weight 46.3 lbs. (21 kg)
    4.7 / 5.0
    20 Reviews
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    Nice Basic PA and Sounds Very Good
    I searched for an inexpensive pa to use in my music room. For the money it can't be beat. I was looking at the Mackie Free Play ($399), but this got way better reviews.

    PROS: The pro's: Small/compact, decent sound quality, no frills system, but has what I needed.


    CONS: Plastic storage compartment door catch cheaply made. Don't expect high volume levels-just loud enough for practice vocal and acoustic-okay for 25 person audience, I paid $27 shipping-had I ordered through Amazon shipping was free.
    December 4, 2015
    Excellent PA for small gigs and venues
    Overall this is a solid system. Plenty loud enough for a small to medium venue. The construction is solid. Sound quality is awesome, if not a little on the trebley side. There are a few design quirks that take a second to get used to, such as finding the main LR labels and not having an EQ on the stereo ins, however for the price you can't beat it. It is solid and it works.



    Check out youtube for the unboxing and video review.

    PROS: Clean sound, solid construction, XLR and Phantom Power, compact and easy to transport

    CONS: Echo effect is terrible, no Aux controls , faders are a little cheap
    September 22, 2015
    Fantastic Speakers, Incredible Price
    Honestly, for the price these can't be beat. I've run these from a separate mixer and just plugging my ipod into the attached mixer and these speakers pump out sound. I didn't really think that the mixer and the storage compartment were that hard to remove, you just slide the button to the left and pop it off. The only thing that I wanted more of from these was bass and I figured that they wouldn't have a ton of bass when I bought them, but the I loved the setup so I had to give them a try. Whether your using these for back yard BBQ's or events, they'll do the job. After playing with these I decided to pick up the 150-Watt 15-inch BiAmplified Powered PA Speaker, and I'm stoked to see how that sounds.

    PROS: Great portability, great sound, great mixer and plenty of power

    CONS: Not much bass and no EQ on the stereo channel
    September 5, 2015
    Amazing speakers for the price
    These speakers do everything advertised, and are designed for portability. The cables fit in the back of one speaker, while the mixer fits on the back of the other. The speakers have integrated handles on top, and have a mount for stands on the bottom, which I have not used. These are powered adequately for a small to medium sized room, and support 4 inputs, plus auxiliary phono inputs. I tried the phono inputs from my computer, and wasn't able to get them to output sound, but I had another adapter and just used one of the channels as a workaround.

    The first and only time I used these was at my band rehearsal, and everyone was quite impressed. I purchased it on sale, but even at Monoprice full retail, these are an amazing bargain.

    PROS: Great Price, Portable, good sound quality.

    CONS: Couldn't get the phono inputs working, but didn't try very hard. Will update my review when I do.
    May 17, 2016
    Monoprice Portable PA
    I was in the market for a more inexpensive portable PA system and came across this one for hundreds of $$$ less than its expensive counterparts. I received it, took it out and immediately loved it for its portability and I was glad I didn't spend $500. As far as I'm concerned it sounds fantastic and does the job for a PA that is this affordable.

    PROS: - Compact and easily portable

    -All cables to set up right out of the box

    - Just buy a 1/4" cable and plug your guitar in

    CONS: - Access panel for cables could use work to stay closed
    October 21, 2015
    nice basic system
    I bought this with the need for a small , basic , pa. I have now used it for 5 jobs. (vocal readings at 2 outdoor weddings , with music ,and 3 duo patio acoustic gigs. I know the capacity and limits of the system and it has not let me down. I'm very impressed with the overall build and stability of the components. Someone had in a review that the latches were tight. Yes , I had the same thing. I took the hook where it attaches to the speakers and slightly bent (adjusted) them ,, perfect, ,no problem. Understanding the price point , there are 2 things that I did change for my own preference. I added a second 1/4 jack to each speaker. I can now use these as spot monitors for my bigger system chained. Also the speaker cables supplied work , but are so small gauge that power loss is crazy. Look in your trap case and grab some 14 ga 10 footers. You'll notice right away the difference. Overall , get one of these packages. You will use it more than you planned , its so handy. (An entire basic 4 channel , powered PA is sitting on the passenger seat in my rav4 !!!) Nice Job Monoprice!!

    PROS: Light weight , portable , storage on one cab , mixer/amp on other. Plenty of power for the size of the system. Easy basic layout of the desk , runs cool (no fans creating noise). shipped very well. Oh its a true 4 channel desk (4 xlr + 1/4)

    CONS: nothing so far.
    October 8, 2015
    Update to Previous Review
    I wanted to update my review now that I've used it a couple of times.



    First, I had said the output jacks were not labeled for left right, I was wrong- they are labeled but the writing is very small so I missed the labels.



    Second, the way the mixer and cable container attach to the speaker backs is problematic. To be more precise, attaching them is not so bad, but detaching is difficult.



    To attach the backs to the cabinets, you first slide the tabs in the mixer and cable container backs into the corresponding plastic holes at the bottom rear of the speaker cabinet. Then you click the top into place. So far so good.



    To remove the back units from the cabinets you're supposed to slide a small switch that unlatches from the cabinet. But the latch has so much play in it that it takes more time to get the back off than it does to setup the unit. With (too much) experimentation I learned if I push the switch to the side while at the same time pushing the entire back up and twisting it, the back will come off. Way too much work. I may decide to just leave the backs off and keep them in a separate box or nylon bag. That would make three containers to haul around, instead of the original (and very attractive) two, but MUCH less hassle than wrestling with uncooperative and poorly designed latches.



    Third, the cable compartment back has a separate lid to keep the cables under control. Great idea, poor execution. The latch is cheap plastic and the lid doesn't fit well. You have to gently, carefully close the lid so the latch catches. If you push too hard the lid collapses into the compartment and you have to use a screwdriver or something to pry up the lid. But if you are too gentle the latch doesn't catch and pops open, or interferes when you try to attach the back to the cabinet. More than once the cables spilled onto the ground because I had been too gentle. I suspect I'll ditch the lid and just use ziplock bags to control my cables,



    MonoPrice- I suggest you invest some R&D effort into improving the latch mechanisms for the back units, and the cable compartment. The current design will not stand up to much use. But since the overall quality of the mixer and speakers is still so good I'm knocking my rating down only one star.
    June 22, 2015
    Happy Wife
    I got this so my wife can have soemthing to practice her singing and hear it through a mic and amp. SHe absolutely loves it. I purchased it with the Dynamic Mic and 15 foot premier series cable, which the mic and cable have gold plated connectors. The sound is crystal clear. Surpirsingly ther is no hiss or any other sound. We have been using it for a week now and would suggest it to anyone for a small venue or practice studio.

    PROS: clean sound, price, easy to transport

    CONS: won't fill a 30,000 seat arena with sound. In others word know your needs and don't expect this to be something it's not.
    January 8, 2016
    WOW, you won't be disappointed
    Bought this for a backyard home theater and wow!! I've used the name brand ones before and this one is not lacking.

    PROS: Great sound

    Easy to setup

    Able to pair with many different inputs

    CONS: NONE!
    November 5, 2015
    Other reviews read, and I respond,bhere's my verdict
    First and MOST IMPORTANT, this does do true left & right stereo sound. Despite another reviewer saying it doesn't, when I used mine it does. Yes I do have to say that you have to use a stereo input so just have another mixer/mini mixer plugged into the stereo inputs. This unit mixer gives you more then one stereo input method. And then on top of that its a stereo amplifier. Now it doesn't say left or right on the speaker outputs but I just used a little common sense that on the speaker output connections the one on the left was left output and the one on the right was the right output. And then on top of that you have an additional 4!inputs with XLR and 1/4" plugs and EQ and echo (echo/reverb/-hall reverb to me) and independent gains on ALL channels (mono & stereo) plus master volume adjustment. Just no pan on the mono outputs but hey this can't have everything for this extremely low price. If you need panning on the mono inputs then you should spend 500+ on another similar system.
    Not only that, it really sounds awesome!!! I've already used it for a children's party, an adult party, an all day event and used it as a public address system.
    So to wrap it up, it's one of the smallest + lightest + loudest (for 10") + best sounding bang for your buck out in the pro audio market!!!!!

    PROS: Lightweight
    Easy to carry
    Small enough to fit in a mini compact vehicle
    Excellent sound
    Stereo and mono independent inputs
    Level adjustments on all channels
    Built in EQ
    Built in effect
    All cables included so you can use right out of the box
    Probably many more Pro's I missed. I just loved it 5STAR +

    CONS: None really, just as I mentioned you have to use a little common sense on the amplifiers stereo outs.
    September 21, 2016
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    What are the dimensionsof the speakers? What are teh dimensions of it shiped?
    Giancarlo B on Nov 26, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Rough measurements: My shipping box was 25"x22"x15". The speakers are 19"x12"x12.5" (with backs on).
    can I connect a wireless mic receiver to this and does it have audio inputs for tv, ps3,laptop, appletv, etc?
    A shopper on Nov 29, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: This PA System has XLR, 1/4", RCA, and 3.5mm inputs. You should be able to plug just about any analog source to it. Enjoy
    What are the dimensions of the shipping box and the speakers themselves?
    Giancarlo B on Nov 28, 2016
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