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need some advice on these
just wondering if these provide good bass without being overly bright from the horn? i plan to use them for my weekly tailgating outing at local park, playing music from iPod/XM and for watching DVD movies. a PA is usually good for the vocal range, but i am wanting something that is full range and can give some oooomf down low for music and movies, etc.


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You must be planning on getting to know the local PD. 500 watts is a lot of power. Especially for "tailgating". Hope you plan on having some way to power the amp that you will need to power them.
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need some advice on these
just wondering if these provide good bass without being overly bright from the horn?
No. Pyle is cheap junk. A decent speaker of this type will cost at least twice what these do.

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i am buying Pyle multi-featured amp PWMA3003T

power will come from one of two sources, either the park allows me to use extension cord to an outlet, or, i have part #'s of what i need to build battery powered setup (4 marine batteries for 48vdc, and a 48vdc to 220vac 3000watt continuous pure sine wave inverter).

i dont plan to use max volume all the time.


Bill, its hard to get good info on these Pyle speakers. many reviews online that are good reviews, then i see posts like yours. yes, at just $92 per unit it does seem cheap, but would they serve the purpose?

what about this Behringer EUROLIVE B215XL??
http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-EUROLIVE-B215XL-1000-Watt-Compression/dp/B0023C6H64/ref=sr_1_5?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1339983567&sr=1-5&keywords=berhinger+speakers
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if you don;t like them return it. I had a friend whos dad owned a car audio store. He had pyle subs in his room in a speaker box with the mid range and tweeter for a little bit. For a cheap speaker it sounded good to me for rap. A lot of people say that the pyle amps are junk and catch on fire. The speaker sounded fine to me. I never heard a pyle dj speaker though. it should be fine.
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Bill, its hard to get good info on these Pyle speakers. many reviews online that are good reviews, then i see posts like yours. yes, at just $92 per unit it does seem cheap, but would they serve the purpose?
what about this Behringer EUROLIVE B215XL??
http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-EUROLIVE-B215XL-1000-Watt-Compression/dp/B0023C6H64/ref=sr_1_5?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1339983567&sr=1-5&keywords=berhinger+speakers
You're looking at what's mainly used by DJs. You can get opinions about DJ gear here:
http://www.djforums.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?60-Amps-Speakers

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When Pyle makes a good speaker it will be the first!

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When Pyle makes a good speaker it will be the first!
Pyle doesn't 'make' anything. Once upon a time they had a factory, made drivers, but for many years they've only been a marketing operation, sourcing everything. And they pretty much source it all from the lowest bidder, so the quality factor is non-existent.

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