This B&H Kit combines the Yamaha STAGEPAS 600i Portable PA System with a microphone, a pair of PA rolling cases, footswitch, mixer stand, mic stand, a pair of speaker stands, a speaker stand bag, and a 20' XLR cable to create a powerful, portable PA system well suited for bars, event halls, bands, live performances, and public speakers. The STAGEPAS 600i includes a 10-channel mixer/amplifier, dual two-way bass reflex speakers, two speaker cables, a power cord, 12 non-skid pads, and a cover panel. It is capable of producing up to 680-watts of output. The system has a portable design with the mixer attaching to the rear of one of the speakers for transport and storage. The included microphone provides a uniform frequency pick-up pattern that maintains the signal quality when moving on and off axis during performance. Gentle presence boost to even tonal response ensures clarity and projection.
Store, transport and protect your STAGEPAS 600i from the rigors of on-the-road wear and tear with the pair of soft rolling cases. Constructed from strong and durable nylon, these cases feature a zipper closure, and an exterior pocket for accessories. The momentary footswitch plugs into the STAGEPAS mixer to offer hands-free control over the on-board reverb. A mixer stand with an adapter designed for the STAGEPAS mixer offers a comfortable height when making adjustments to levels. Also included in the kit is a boom microphone stand, made from durable steel construction, and featuring an adjustable boom arm offering 19.3 to 33.9" in length. Two steel speaker stands are built for durability and features a telescoping center column with an adjustable height range of 46 to 76". A heavy-duty 600 denier nylon speaker stand bag is provided to help protect and transport the speaker stands. The 20' XLR-M to XLR-F microphone cable is designed to be an extremely quiet and flexible cable that is ideal for the most demanding live sound and performance applications. The cable is engineered to be durable and to provide protection against EMI, RFI, and static noise.