I plan to Vendres but to buy big brothers; the S! The person who sold me the QSC was amazed on rendering and yet he tried many systems. So of course we must respect the character of the speaker and do not hesitate to put the power see Watts program for max 50W near and good damping factor. I personally recommend the brand opportunity with pre-test, I found nine JBL expensive but they are not alone and it all depends on usage. The MRX look quite nice to go with the M without breaking the bank too.
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