In the description writeup it indicates that the female xlr input accepts both mic and line inputs. However, next to the physical input, it only says "mic input". So does it really accept a line input or not?
on Jul 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER:Yes, it will accept mic and line level signals via XLR.
Bought these for the backyard and RV and after a few nights of listening I am very pleased with the quality of sound and sound level. Hooked up a blue tooth adapter and have full volume and sound quality from my phone. My son who is a musician and producer said he thought they sounded crisper than our Yamaha 15" PA speakers. Easy to transport and set up very easy on tripods. Sound field is very wide and tall and sounds like you are at a small outdoor festival. Plus you can easily hook up guitars and microphones and have a good PA system. Going to order another set and hang from the roof overhang and add a powered sub and rattle the neighbors!
Overall I'm pretty impressed. For a light weight portable powered speaker, they sound nice. Not incredibly loud (though not bad for the size and power rating) with audio containing deep bass but for acoustic and vocal live gigs, the volume is where you'd expect it. Quality is good overall and they'll do fine for the background music I'll be using them for. Overall great for a backup, light use, or entry level system.
Good- -Lightweight but seem sturdy -Decent audio quality -Decent volume -The price is great for these
Bad- -The knobs stick out a bit with very little protection. I will have to be careful when transporting the to avoid damage.