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Henry Nguyen
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Hai Lúa
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Very nice! That TV looks really wide, which model is it? And also which wireless microphone is she using?


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Henry Nguyen
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Thx bro. That’s 138” Epson projector, the wireless microphone she singing is Shure ULXD Beta 58a, great for live vocals either males or females. I also have Shure Ksm 9 and Ksm 8 but always go back to this one.


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Hai Lúa
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Very nice, i like your setup. Sounds great.


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Steve Bui
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hey I’m looking for equipment for setup. Recommendation for speakers, mixers? I don't want to buy a system from local karaoke store.

 

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Phu Tran
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My Portable System:

1) Bose L1 Compact (2 pieces). If you have extra cash, go for Bose L1 Pro8:

L1 Pro8 Portable Line Array System | Bose

When Bose first announced their L1 “Cylindrical Radiator” loudspeaker system back in 2003, it was considered a radical approach to a live PA system. Over the years, as musicians increasingly adopted the new design, countless competitors began to launch column-style PA systems of their own. When Bose retired their original L1 Classic and L1 Model I, the Bose L1 Model II and L1 Model L1S set the standard, with the L1 Compact system proving the most popular. And now, Bose is back with their L1 Pro series. Read on to see how the Bose L1 Pro8, Pro16, and Pro32 stack up against legacy Bose L1 models.

Bose L1 Pro8 vs. L1 Compact

Let’s start by comparing the L1 Pro8, Bose’s smallest L1 Pro model, with the L1 Compact. The L1 Pro8 has a noticeably bigger built-in subwoofer with its 7×13″ RaceTrack sub, versus the 8″ round sub on the L1 Compact. The whole system weighs 38.9 pounds compared to the L1 Compact’s 29.2 pounds.

That extra 9.7 pounds gets you an additional +6 dB SPL of output — 112 dB continuous/118 dB peak SPL at 1 meter, compared to 106 dB continuous/112 dB peak SPL from the L1 Compact. A +6 dB increase in sound pressure level means a doubling of amplitude — which corresponds to about a 50% increase in perceived loudness. As any acoustician will tell you, “loudness” is a subjective measure, but +6 dB SPL is a significant and noticeable increase.

The L1 Pro8’s larger sub also means it reaches significantly lower lows, covering a wider frequency response of 45 Hz to 16 kHz, while the L1 Compact bottoms out at 65 Hz and tops out at 14 kHz. Deep bass frequencies require more power (watts), and if you’ve ever pushed an L1 Compact to the limits of its output, you’ll be pleased to learn that the L1 Pro8 offers more than twice the wattage, according to Bose.

The L1 Compact continues to hold its place as the lightest, most affordable L1 system — making it an especially good fit for speech applications, solo singer-songwriters, or anything that doesn’t require a lot of low-end punch. But the L1 Pro8 adds more than just power — it also adds flexibility, with a built-in Bluetooth receiver and a ToneMatch port that lets you plug in more channels via a Bose ToneMatch mixer. Thanks to its additional wattage, the Pro8 can handle those extra inputs and get plenty loud, so it’s worth the extra investment compared to the L1 Compact.

 

2) Behringer XR12 Digital Mixer:

Behringer X Air XR12 12-channel Tablet-controlled Digital Mixer | Sweetwater

 

3) Shure KSM8 Dual-dyne microphone combines two diaphragms

Shure KSM8 Dualdyne Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone - Nickel | Sweetwater

4) Shure SLXD24/B87A Digital Wireless System:

Shure SLXD24/B87A Beta 87A Vocal Wireless Microphone System (zzounds.com)

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