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*First Post* Bluetooth Speaker 2000W Guitar Center $179 In-Store

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04-30-2023 at 07:20 PM.
04-30-2023 at 07:20 PM.
2000w claim reminds me of something one might have seen in a J. C. Whitney catalog years ago.
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05-22-2023 at 04:21 PM.
05-22-2023 at 04:21 PM.
Thanks for your first post. Congrats.

Remember horses for courses. This depends on what you want to do with it.

Informal party, or Karaoke maybe. See a review and controls.

Guitar: Probably not. It may be optimized for bass frequencies and dance type music and the guitar is a mid range instrument with hi and low cuts and a certain mid-range pattern. A preferred 12" Guitar speaker (and it's cabinet) have a classic response curve, built-in to the design and made to last. And that's after certain amplification with distortion. Only if you have a modeler; that would emulate a guitar cab and speakers, by this compression; would this then sound right. You could try a parametric equalizer. But this speaker is not likely a Furr furr. LOL. A FRFR speaker cabinet. Full Range & Flat Response. Which really means close to max human hearing from low to hi and some attempt of a flatter response curve, evenly across all frequencies. Similar to a monitor speaker(s). This speaker has it's own pattern of frequency response. Perhaps someone can post it's graph.

Might work for a Keyboard, at house volumes; but is not made to the task like KB amp.

Bass guitar would likely blow it after a while. Again, a bass guitar is made to handle it.

Home music listening: Probably better to have stereo speakers and/or sub sized to the room.

Public crowd address: That might be a good use, or intended usage of this; if it sounds good with talking and a good mic.

Price matters and I would think a super slick deal would be around $40. Otherwise I would say the cost is better put into something else; that's made to your tasks.

Never buy something like this before hearing it first.
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Last edited by NeoSlick May 22, 2023 at 04:30 PM.
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