Midrange Systems

Four mid range sound systems are available, Yamaha, Leam and two sizes of powered speakers. Each is supplied with the speakers mounted on tripods.

The major difference between them is that the Yamaha has the better range of inputs, it also provides phantom power for condenser microphones (such as the hanging microphone) and can feed monitor speakers. The powered speakers are much simpler but have very limited input options.

Yamaha (click here for instructions, opens in new window)

This system provides an 200 watt per channel output and has a 12 input mixer.

Channels 1 -4 are mono and have both XLR microphone and 1/4inch jack line inputs, the XLR connections provide 15v phantom power.

Channels 5/6 & 7/8 are stereo or mono with both XLR microphone and 1/4inch jack line inputs, the XLR connections provide 15v phantom power.

Channels 9/10 & 11/12 are stereo and have phono sockets

 

Leem (click here for instructions, opens in new window)

The Leem system provides 100 watts per channel and has a 7 input mixer.

Channels 1-6 can take both balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (1/4 jack) inputs.  It does not provide phantom power.

An additional Aux input accepts inputs from CD players, iPods or tape machines via phono sockets.

Powered Speakers

These have an amplifier and speaker all in the same unit. 

They are ideal if all you want to do is play music from an iPod or make a speech from a microphone.

We have two sizes available 200w and 700 watt.

The 700 watt can also be used with the Yamaha or Large system as monitor (fold back) speakers (download instructions here, opens in new window)

 

 

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