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  • Headphone sound quality through an amp?

    I just purchased a td-17 module. When I listen to it online or through my headphones it sounds pretty good. When I play with bandmates through my simmons da200s it barely sounds better than my td-6v. Is there a way to get the sound quality you get through headphones through a speaker for a reasonable price? I see people talk about PA Speakers and Powered Speakers.

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    Qsc PA speakers

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    • #3
      there is a lot of information on the best speakers/ monitors on these forums. qsc speakers seem to be one of the best. most people say you need a sub in addition to speakers (with a few exceptions). see the ‘once and for all - PA/monitors’ sticky thread under the ‘performance- on stage’ forum
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      • #4
        You'll never have the same experience fron a single amp on the floor,
        as the sound coming from (closed) headphone that concentrate the sound within a space around you hears and helps block out the stick noise.

        Youll get get closer to that sound with better quality speakers, especially if mounted on poles, with a sub, and in stereo, so two speakers.

        Not it exactly in the same budget range as a single da200.
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