If you're looking for a portable, powerful PA system that's easy to use and easy to transport, take a look at the Yamaha STAGEPAS 400i. Ideal for anything from acoustic combos to dancehall DJ's to spoken word performers, this compact PA delivers outstanding sound in any environment.
Smart design makes it easy to use
This all-in-one PA system consists of two lightweight speakers and a detachable mixer, along with one pair of speaker cables and a power cord. In a remarkably smart bit of design, all this great gear fits together into one neat package that's light enough to be carried by hand. Setup is quick, easy, and intuitive – even for inexperienced users – so the STAGEPAS 400i is ideal for church or school functions where a variety of people might be setting up the system.
Take the stress out of setup
Fiddling with the mix isn't the fun part of performing, so the 8-channel STAGEPAS 400i mixer is designed to help you get the sound you want with minimal stress. One knob controls the SPX digital reverb, which lets you choose between four settings. You also get one-knob control over the 2-band EQ, so whether you're giving a speech, playing a show, or DJ-ing a wedding reception, it's easy to get just the right sound for the gig.
The onboard feedback suppressor – a feature usually found on high-end equipment – lets you get rid of annoying feedback with the touch of a button. And the handy iPod/iPhone connection gives you quality playback, while charging the device. Extra outputs mean you can expand your system (or add a monitor system) with additional powered speakers or a subwoofer, so the STAGEPAS 400i gives you plenty of room to grow.
Big sound from compact speakers
With the mixer supplying 400 watts of power, the speakers have all the juice they need to fill a reasonably-sized room with sound. Thanks to Yamaha's digital signal processing (DSP), the sound will be distortion-free, even when you really crank it up. The DSP has built-in limiter circuits, so you'll get years of use out of your STAGEPAS 400i without worrying about accidentally blowing the speakers.