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Squier 4 Ch PA System With 10-Inch Speakers +

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SQUIER 4-10 PA System by Fender Audio: Dual 10-Inch 2-way Speakers & Powered Mixer


This compact system includes a Squire-4 4-channel powered mixer and two Squire 10" 2-way speakers.

Mixer Features:
  • 4-channel mixer with four XLR mic and four 1/4" line inputs
  • 3-band EQ on each input channel
  • Phantom power
  • Reverb
  • Individual channel effects controls
  • Patch points for outboard gear
  • Footswitch jack for reverb on/off
  • 80 watts mono output @ 4 ohms
  • 1/4" outputs
Speaker Features:
  • 10" 2-way speaker system
  • Dual piezo compression driver
  • 160 watts power handling (320 watts peak power) at 8 ohms
  • Black vinyl covering
  • 1/4" input jack
  • Pole socket for speaker stand
  • 70? x 25? dispersion
  • Frequency response: 75Hz to 20kHz
  • Size: 20.5"h x 15"w x 12.25"d. Wt. 27 lbs.

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Hi, i want to buy this product.. but i need to know exactly how i would hook this straight up to a laptop.. Thanks :)
Ryan volker on Aug 19, 2010
BEST ANSWER: using an audio interface would allow you to hook this straight up to a laptop.
I've had this set since I was a kid but never used it much (it was a wonderful gift I was too young to truly take advantage of), but now I want to figure it out. My question is, how can I use this in Main Stage 3? Should I use my midi controller directly into the computer, then into an audio interface and use one if the output slots to plug it into the mixer? Do I put my microphone into the mixer? Or can I put my controller and mic into the interface and then into the laptop and out into the mixer (so I can loop my voice and such)?

Also, can I use this system to playback the demos I create in my developing modest home studio or do I absolutely have to purchase proper speakers asap for those? I don't think I can afford them at the moment...

Thanks!
Ana-M on Aug 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you would just need to go from your audio outputs (in this case, on your interface) and run out into the inputs of the Squier system. Your MIDI controller wouldn't need to connect into your interface; straight into your laptop via USB would work just fine.

As far as connecting the mic goes, it depends on what you want to do. If you're looking to record and just hear playback through the PA system, then you would connect into the interface and run signal through the main outs. If you want to send mic signal through the PA system as normal, you can connect straight into it.

You can use this PA system to playback your demos but I would strongly recommend getting a pair of studio monitors because the Squier PA system won't be a very good playback source for mixing purposes (at least not by itself).
can it be use to dj?
can a subwoofer be conected to this system?
Mic on Sep 11, 2010
BEST ANSWER: Answer to question #1: You could use this system as a DJ setup. However, its low power output would only be adequate for smaller rooms. Also, keep in mind that this system only has a mono output. Not ideal for those DJ's that like to use panning effects. You can add a subwoofer to this system, but you would need to purchase a bi-amp crossover to separate the frequencies and eliminate phase cancellation.

Answer to question #2: You can successfully connect a laptop to this system by using a 3.5mm stereo to two 1.4" breakout cable. You would have your inputs come in on two of the 1/4" inputs on the mixer.
how do you run a mp3player through this unit
John on Jun 8, 2010
BEST ANSWER: You could run an mp3 player via a mini jack (1/8) to 1/4 m cable.
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Great deal for the price
Pros: Easy To Use,Clear Sound
Cons: Limited Functions

This system was easy to set up. Just plug and go. No amp is needed, which is helpful. The speakers are pretty powerful and supply sound great in our 2000 sq foot studio
December 11, 2009
Purchased
over 6 years ago
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