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Sub Differences
Old 5th September 2011
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Sub Differences

Well I'm starting my own Dj company after working for another company for years. We have always used JBL PRX 500's with EV SX250 top cabinets for all of the shows.

Right now I have been really eyeing the QSC K10's on the top end one single sub. We do several smaller shows and a few large shows [in Gyms, but I can rent subs from a friend of mine [4 18"s in a cabinet].

What would you guys suggest for a Sub to match with a k10? I would like something self powered [I refuse to get unpowered cab's], and I would like to to be somewhat small, and somewhat light. I would just like it to be very easy to handle. I have been looking as a KW181 or maybe a KSUB. The KSub is great because of how easy it is to handle, but it as powerful and nice sounding and able to fill a room like a KW181?

What would you suggest?
Old 7th September 2011
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i would suggest taking this question to this doesn't seem to be all that fitting for GS

but if you're looking for serious mobility and ease of setup i would look into Yorkville's new paraline series it does seem expensive but it sounds better than any JBL/QSC/Mackie portable speaker/sub combo i've heard recently (except jbl srx series). IT WILL fill the room in the same way as line array would. I would not suggest yorkville subs other than paraline series though
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