The Perfect Mate for Ceremonies

August 12, 2016 by Mobile Beat Staff Writer

Ihave found a new favorite sound system for ceremonies: the S600B by Carvin. To put it simply, two of them, with or without tripods, are nearly the perfect sound system for a 100-150 person outdoor ceremony.172-3435

On the back of the Carvin S600 is a 6-channel mixer, with inputs ranging from XLR to 1/4”. It also features Bluetooth connectivity. For ceremony sound, I was using the pre/post music from my iPhone connected via Bluetooth (channel 6), taking a CD player into channel 5, using the optional UX-600 built-in wireless mic, along with a regular microphone in the first channel as a backup. The UX-600 worked very smoothly. We used the handheld microphone, but lav, headset and other options exist. As for outputs, it can chain out to other powered systems like the a second S600B, a sub or other full-range speakers. You can even charge your phone or tablet on the USB port.

It is 2x 200-watt system, where the internal speaker power only pulls 150 watts. A passive speaker is available to use up most of the other available wattage. A matching sub is available that can also work off of it in a cool configuration if you need low end. That amp powers four 3.5” mid/high end drivers and an 8” low- frequency driver, all lined up in a column array system.

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This is the general editors account for Mobile Beat Magazine and Website. Who reads Mobile Beat online and in print and attends Mobile Beat events? DJs, VJs and KJs to start with, especially those who own and operate mobile entertainment services. They provide music, video, lighting and a myriad other entertainment choices for corporate events, wedding receptions, dances and innumerable other gatherings.

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