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    Stage Right by Monoprice 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch Speakers
    Product # 604355
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    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
    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)

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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: The speakers with the backs off measure about 19.25 inches tall x 9 inches deep.
    The shipping carton the PA and speakers came shipped in measures: 21.75 inches tall x 25.5 inches wide x 15 inches deep.
    Does the monitor out required powered monitors or is it enough to drive unpowered floor speakers?
    Donald M on Aug 25, 2018
    If I'm understanding the description correctly, this is a "stereo" system, right? In other words, it has separate left and right output channels and we can set it up to watch a movie with our outdoor theater in stereo, right?
    A shopper on Jun 14, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can watch a stereo movie at it: I play music from my phone through it all the time (has a 1/8th inch input jack).
    Can they sit sideways on the floor and angle up or is mounting them to a stand the only practical option?
    Mark C on Mar 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Unless yo get a right angle Speaker cable end, do not try the floor-facing-up configuration. The plug sticks out and the stress on the joint is too much. That's a problem. There is no angle built into the plastic enclosure.
    Can the line input be used for standard Mike, non XLR ?
    New User U on May 11, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I've never used the line or auxiliary inputs. My only concern is that the input impedance might be incompatible.
    I think the mike impedance into the XLR jack is 500-600 ohms. The line or aux input might be high impedance, several thousand ohms. If that fails, you can make or purchase an adapter to match your mike connector to the XLR.
    Good luck. Bob Beaudet
    are the speakers compatible with your speaker stands?
    Jason D on Jul 5, 2018
    Stage Right by Monoprice 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch Speakers
    Stage Right by Monoprice 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch Speakers
    Monoprice PA Speaker Stands with Air Cushion (PAIR)
    Monoprice PA Speaker Stands with Air Cushion (PAIR)
    BEST ANSWER: Most all PA/monitor speakers have a standard pole mount speaker stand hole on the bottom. Generally there's no specific speaker stand hole size. One size fits all!
    can a sub be added?
    Kevin P on May 8, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: The amp has an a couple of output lines that you can connect a sub to. The amp itself may not have enough power to push both speakers and a sub. I recommend a powered sub.
    Is this able to drive the speakers included with PID: 604355 or would I need an amplifier?
    Geoffrey P on Aug 15, 2018
    Stage Right by Monoprice 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch Speakers
    Stage Right by Monoprice 130-Watt 8-channel PA System with Two 10-inch Speakers
    Monoprice 8-Channel Audio Mixer with USB
    Monoprice 8-Channel Audio Mixer with USB
    BEST ANSWER: Item 604355 (PA) includes a basic board and amp for the speakers. You can feed everything directly into it, versus plugging into a mixer like this one. Unless you were wanting to add more inputs than the PA allowed for, not sure why you would want the mixer in the configuration (save perhaps for outputting to USB from the mixer, which the PA system doesn't provide). That said, I do have both items, and it is a nice little mixer for the price.
    Is there any way to add more power such as an external amp? Or can the watts be increased some other way?
    A shopper on Jun 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can connect an external amp to the Monitor Ouput 1/4" jacks. Be sure to start with the monitor volume level low and increase as needed to avoid overdriving/clipping your external Amps input ports. Also you would need other speakers if you use a bigger amp, i.e. Buy a bigger system meant for your needs. This is a good indoor speaking and acoustic system but it's not meant for outdoor venues or a rock band.
    Has anyone tried to run this on a generator? I'm frequently without power and would like to buy a generator but I can't seem to figure out how many amps 95 ~ 250 VAC works out to. Will a tailgater style generator be sufficient?
    Ben E on May 9, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It does not draw many amps so it would probably be enough power. But a tailgater generator does not have a ground so it will most likely have a wicked buzz in the sound.
    If I'm understanding the description correctly, this is a "stereo" system, right? In other words, it has separate left and right output channels and we can set it up to watch a movie with our outdoor theater in stereo, right?
    New User U on Jun 14, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes. Stereo separation is good. Little lacking on bass
    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: Yes you can and very easily. We installed this unit in our church basement, and added a wireless mic package to it. Works great.
    What are the dimensions of the shipping box and the speakers themselves?
    Giancarlo B on Nov 28, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: The speakers with the backs off measure about 19.25 inches tall x 9 inches deep.
    The shipping carton the PA and speakers came shipped in measures: 21.75 inches tall x 25.5 inches wide x 15 inches deep.
    Paired better with Monoprice 8-Inch 60-Watt Powered Subwoofer, Black Product ID: 8248 or Monoprice 12in 150-Watt Powered Subwoofer, Black(Limit 10 per Customer) Product ID: 9723?
    randy c on Jul 10, 2018
    4.5 / 5.0
    42 Reviews
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    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
    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
    Great PA for my music room
    This is a great PA for band practice at home! I have used it with 2 mics and keyboards, and it was able to keep up with 2 guitars, bass, and drums. It is easy to transport and set up, and has a nice compact design to store cables and power chord, so it can easily to transported in one trip. I have had no issues with the clips, and have been using regularly for over a year.
    April 5, 2017
    over 2 years ago
    Shockingly good sound for the price
    I saw this unit and thought "nah, too good to be true," but I read the (only) review and thought "maybe not." I picked this up to run small events like bar trivia or to augment my existing PA systems and for portability and sound I give this system an A. I agree with the other reviewer that the detachable storage component is poorly designed and taking it on and off is a challenge (I have to pop it off with a knife and the door is a joke) but the mixer/amp component attaches and detaches easily. Things are labeled alright (the right/left output arrows are SO TINY) and with 4 mono inputs, one stereo input and a stereo output channel, this is a wonderfully flexible unit for the money. With enough juice to push the two tens that come with and the monitor output to feed external powered speakers, you could conceivably run a decent sized event from this unit. My complaints are the lack of gain on mono channels and lack of EQ on the stereo channels but, overall, you can't beat this unit when it comes to price. I definitely recommend this system

    PROS: Solid sound from the speakers, great portability, speakers are pole mountable, storage case can hold enough stuff to run a small show, echo effect is a nice touch, multiple input/output configurations

    CONS: no gain on mono channels, no EQ on stereo channel, storage box is hard to put on and take off, hinges are flimsy
    August 6, 2015
    After reading past reviews, here'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 doesn't have pan on the four mono channels but if you absolutely need panning then you should pay 500+ for those other systems.
    Not only that, it really sounds awesome! I've already used it for a children's party, an adult party, an all day event plus I've used it as a public address system.
    And it's been durable enough for me to be able to transport it to 10+ events so far. Of course you can't expect it to be bullet proof come on previous reviewers.
    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
    Loud/powerful for its size (10")
    Excellent sound
    Enough inputs/outputs for all your needs
    Extremely portable
    Comes with all cables
    Ready to use out of the box
    Best bang for your buck!

    CONS: None I can think of, it's been perfect for all my mobile uses. Ok it won't be as loud as a 12" or 15" system because this is a 10". But it will be the best investment you can get on the pro audio market.
    September 21, 2016
    Incredibly good for the price.
    I had been toying with getting a small PA system to use for private parties/events, but had a hard time justifying the cost. When I saw this system from Monoprice, the reviews were overall quite good, so I figured it was worth the price/risk to find out for myself. I have to say I am really impressed with the performance for the price, especially for my intended use. This system is LOUD, and the speakers are solidly built. There is no EQ on the system for the stereo input sources, but I use an iPod, and the EQ settings on there make a big difference in the quality of sound output. The treble can still be a bit harsh at times, and the the 10" woofers do not like heavy bass/mid-bass, like on some EDM/rap mixes.. I don't know if its the crossovers or just that there's not enough voice coil/excursion in the woofer. The more compressed a source is, the worse it will sound when amplified, too. Still, there are systems that cost way more that have the same, or worse issues, and, as I said, adjusting the EQ on my source cures, or at least ameliorates, many of these issues based on the source. I have since upgraded the speaker cables and added a dynamic mic from Monoprice, and I am very happy with the system, especially for the money. I may add a small subwoofer later, but I may not. For my purposes of playing music at private parties/events, there's nothing that comes close. Gemini does offer what appears to be a similar product, but with Bluetooth, again at a much higher price. Overall, I am very pleased.

    PROS: All-in-one simple PA solution
    Price to Performance ratio off the charts
    Plays LOUD

    CONS: Sound quality not ideal for certain sources
    No EQ on stereo inputs
    No mic included
    March 14, 2016
    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
    Only for small enclosed areas
    Be warned, this is only 65W RMS so it is only suitable for indoor, small enclosed areas. Could not use in a gym but was pretty good use as a monitor.

    Also, (could be a defect in mine) the 1/4" input was significantly quieter than the XLR input.

    Bottomline... if you're using this as a monitor they are great. If you're using them as primary sound, be prepared to be disappointed.
    December 21, 2016
    1 year ago
    Well worth the price
    These speaker give an awesome bang for the buck. I needed to upgrade from my 3.5 inch monitors that I would struggle to hold house parties with. I love them!
    January 8, 2017
    over 2 years ago
    cheap, light, effective
    I've only used this for one gig so far...but it worked really well. Sound was good...compact unit....perfect for small venues. Oh, yeah, not just for acoustic duos either....worked fine w/ bass/drums/guitar/vocalist. For bigger spaces I have two heftier PA's. .But, this little system really decreases the work load on this old rocker when the venue is small.
    December 22, 2016
    1 year ago