Stage Right by Monoprice StreamLine 800W Column Array Sound System with 2-Channel Mixer
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|Main Drivers||4x 3.5" cone with 1" voice coil|
|Main Driver Amplifier||400 watts class D|
|Subwoofer Driver||1x 10" cone with 2.5" voice coil|
|1x 10" cone with 2.5" voice coil||400 watts class D|
|Overall Frequency Response||50 Hz ~ 20 kHz, -6dB|
|Main Driver Frequency Response||160 Hz ~ 20 kHz, -6dB|
|Subwoofer Frequency Response||50 Hz ~ 500 Hz, -6dB|
|Crossover Frequency||500 Hz, 24dB/octave|
|Inputs||2x combination XLR/1/4" jacks, 2x RCA jacks, 1x NL4 speaker|
|Outputs||1x NL4 speaker, 1x XLR line|
|Protection Circuits||Thermal DC, Overload, Digital Compressor, Limit|
|Input Power||100 ~ 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz or 220 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, switchable|
|Horizontal Dispersion (main driver)||100°|
|Main Driver Nominal Impedance||8 ohms|
|Main Driver Mounting||2" pole or 2x M8 hanging points|
|Dimensions (main driver)||5.1" x 15.7" x 4.1" (130 x 400 x 103 mm)|
|Dimensions (subwoofer)||16.9" x 17.7" x 18.9" (430 x 450 x 480 mm)|
|Dimensions (overall)||16.9" x 18.9" x 68.5" (430 x 480 x 1740 mm)|
|Weight (main driver)||8.2 lbs. (3.7 kg)|
|Weight (subwoofer)||45.2 lbs. (20.5 kg)|
|Weight (overall)||53.4 lbs. (24.2 kg)|
- User's Manual (Jul 19, 2016)
Questions and Answers
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Will one suffice for a room of 150 people? And there appears to be an RCA stereo input - i'm assuming it's able to do something with the stereo inputs? Or does is merge them for a mono output alone?
BEST ANSWER: The StreamLine 800 will work for a room of 150 depending on the volume you are looking for. It will produce a moderate show volume ideal for acoustic/piano & vocal acts or casual DJ & playback. It is fantastic for vocal presentation & performance. If you are looking to shake the room you may want to use 2 of them. The stereo RCA Inputs do simply sum the L/R mono for reproduction to the single unit. The line out will send the same signal you hear through the first, no Left-Right separation.
I need a PA System for large venues. About 10,000 Sqft. I just use light background music and a microphone to make announcements. Will this work or would I need multiple and spread them out across arena?
Is the 800W power rating peak or RMS?
BEST ANSWER: The manual states..... Satellite Speaker 120 watts continuous power, 240 watts nominal power and 480 watts maximum power. The Subwoofer 200 watts continuous power, 400 watts nominal power and 1600 watts peak power.
Can you plug in an external mixer and daisy chain 2 together? What type of mixer would be needed?
BEST ANSWER: Here is what I have learned about this item so far. First of all, it is shockingly clear if you connect directly to it from a Focusrite interface. If you attach a mixer to it, it will reproduce whatever hum the mixer has, so you may want to consider using a passive direct box somewhere in the mix. This thing sounds awesome. I would put it up against the Bose System any day. The one thing to be careful of is the switch for input 1 that goes between line and mic. If you push that button at the wrong time, you can damage the amp, and also your hearing from the sudden change in volume. As far as daisy chaining it, that is not a problem. There is a thru-port on it. You can select only Input 1 or Input 1 and 2 via the button that says, "Input 1 / Mix". I can't tell you how good this item is long term, but I can tell you short term that it is remarkable for the price. I am blown away by the quality of the sound that it puts out.
Will this work in a three piece electric band and hold up?
BEST ANSWER: 2 of these speaker systems will work very well. 1 may be a little soft.
Are any reviews available for this unit? I am a mobile DJ and am wondering if a pair is enough for a medium sized venue. I am especially curious about the punch of the subwoofer.
BEST ANSWER: I review as of this answer. Not super helpfull to your question. A pair of StreamLine 800s will fill a room for about 300 ppl very well. Good strong bass reproduction.
Will one of these suffice? Or would I need 2 for stereo sound?
BEST ANSWER: TWO will be necessary for true stereo, moreover it sounds much more full and complete with two systems. The price is right, these are powerful and clear, and the subs sound bigger than they are! Great for rooms up to 300 people.
Would one be sufficient enough to run karaoke for about 100 people and still be able to hear it in the back of the room?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the StreamLine will work very well for that.
Is this system designed to eliminate the need for stage monitors as other well-known column array systems? Is its audio field wide enough so that audience and performers hear the same thing?
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the StreamLine has a 100° coverage pattern.
when will you have it on display?
BEST ANSWER: The StreamLine Column Array will be in the Will Call Store by Jan 2018.
Are there any carrying bags to the pole and top speaker?
BEST ANSWER: No, the system comes with no bags.
Does this unit have phantom power on the mic channel?
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your interest in this Column Array system. No, the XLR inputs do not carry phantom power.
What is the total height of the assembled product?
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your interest in this Column Array sound system. The product page has a spec tab that shows that the assembled height of the system - Dimensions (overall) 16.9" x 18.9" x 68.5" (430 x 480 x 1740 mm)
A few questions please: 1. Does the pole break down and if not, how long is it? 2. Because the built in mixer has no eq or reverb I would need to add those features via a small mixer. Would that be as simple as going into one of the line in jacks? Anybody doing that successfully? (I'd only be using a single unit, not two.) 3. Some other popular line array PAs have a wider horizontal dispersion. Have owners of the Streamline found it sufficient?
5.0 / 5.0
Unbelievable for the price
This Column Array Rocks. It is very loud and very clear. I would put it up against all the others including Bose. I haven't had it very long, bus so far, I'm giving it a good workout, and I am very impressed.
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