Stageworks LG8 disappoint me!

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Member Since: May 25, 2002

my dad recently bought a set of stageworks LG8 for home karaoke, i help him to set up everything n it's abit disappointed me, the music sound crap even play from cd, i try to play some concerts in DVD but the sound still poorer than my existin old hi-fi set. i plug in my mic (AKG D750, SM58, EV10) n its sound ok but abit lack of mid sound which my old hi-fi can easily produce..do i setup wrongly or watever way can make it sound better?

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Since: Jul 01, 2002


Dec 03, 2003 12:46 pm

are ya using a preamp? im not familiar with them, so i dunno if it needs one of not...

Czar of Midi
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Since: Apr 04, 2002


Dec 04, 2003 04:32 pm

Well I did a quick search and found the unit. It is a small combo PA unit. 8 channels putting out 200 watts through a nice little set of 12" with horns speaker cabinet. I see now reason the sound shoud be bad. And at the price I saw them selling for, it better not sound like crap or I would suggest taking it back.

But that said, I would try messing with the EQ settings a bit. It looks like the unit is fairly simple as far as how much you can do with it. But I guess I would start there and work around with it. I would also suggest making sure you dont have the reverb cranked up on it as well. Since most of those smaller combo PA units do not have the best reverb on the planet.

Hope this helps a bit.

Member
Since: May 25, 2002


Dec 05, 2003 03:56 am

yup Noize u r correct, it's fairly simple, nth much i can do bout, i didn add in any preamp or external effects.. i m workin outstation this week, so i ll try whatever i can this weeken.. thanks

Member
Since: Apr 18, 2004


Apr 18, 2004 02:22 pm

hmmm, i was thinking about getting a stageworks lg8, but im so sure if i should get one now or get another pa system. what do you guys think, what should i get.

Czar of Midi
Administrator
Since: Apr 04, 2002


Apr 21, 2004 10:00 pm

It really depends on what you want it for.

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