iamgeorge Posted December 18, 2016 Share Posted December 18, 2016 The want or requirement.. An FRFR solution that can keep up with a Mesa 100w valve head + 2x12 cab, a bass player and drummer, which is an originals hard rock band. Needs to cut through the mix and keep up â€˜with the bandâ€™. Strong preference to an active type FRFR speaker/cab/solution The use/purpose.. For band prac/gigs/possible tour, with Helix floor unit. Less is more. Happy to carry around a, for example, Mackie HD 1521 if it can do as per above. Looking for the one unit, not really looking for a pair etc. If anyone can shed any light based on their first-hand experience with something like this, would love to hear your thoughts, your doâ€™s and your donâ€™ts as well. FOOT NOTE, I understand that a 100w valve head through a 2x12 cab will not sound as â€˜bigâ€™ as the same amp being played through a 4x12; the 4x12 cab will sound bigger and louder because itâ€™s pumping out sound via 4 speakers as opposed to 2. Iâ€™m adopting the same way of thinking with this FRFR idea; many FRFR solutions out there are either 1 or 2 speakers/drivers, so inherently it could be hard for an FRFR speaker that has only 1 or 2 speakers to â€˜keep up withâ€™ that before-mentioned 100w valve head + 2x12 or 4x12.. WITH THAT SAID, what would be the closest FRFR solution out there to meet the requirement and the purpose?! (If this foot note didnâ€™t make any sense, please disregard and refer to the first two points!! Lol) Any recommendations welcomed Thanks in advance Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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