|using it as part of my bass guitar rig|
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Scarborough Ontario|
|On small bar gigs where we don't patch into the PA, I usually just bring my Bag End 1x15" but the overall sound suffers because the kick is always obliterated by the rest of the instruments. Enter the LS200P. I patch this to my Mackie mixer, plug in the kick, toms and snare mics, as well as my GK-MB200 and Euphonic Audio 1x10" to cover the mids and highs and I have one big sounding rig.....|
Posted by Sonny Azurin on Feb 13, 2013
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Kamloops British Columbia|
|I really liked the LS200P... I didnt think that e10P was good enough for it... Projection was a problem... I am excited to try out some NX55P this week with them... Should be fun.|
Posted by anonymous on Aug 6, 2012
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Oshawa Ontario|
|Pros: Cheap (cheaper used!), Small, Light, Low power consumption, allows you to input from an amplified signal without affecting the ohm rating on that channel.
Cons: Below 50Hz is non-existant (reggae, dubstep), above 100Hz is non-existant. Even the YX18 ranges from 45hz-160hz... the ls200p compares well within its power range in SPL though. TRS 1/4" input only (no XLR), No stereo input... a summed stereo input with stereo output would be a nice feature. No built-in crossover option for output.
Notes: This sub NEEDS to be paired with a decent cabinet (nx55p and up) to fill the gap between 110hz and 160Hz. If paired with a YX10/YX12/nx25p etc, they start to sound strained at high volumes when EQ'd flat with a DriveRack.|
Posted by AndrewT on Jul 11, 2012
|Didn't see that coming!|
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Windsor Ontario|
|I was shocked when to heard the amount of boom that comes out of these! I used 2 of them for a prom I did, and I was impressed! The prom was for 400 teens. And you know teens, they like it LOUD!|
Posted by anonymous on Jun 30, 2012
|Product Experience||I own it||Closest Store||Burlington Ontario|
|I have used the LS200P for all my smaller events where the room size is more intimate. Plenty of bass from this model LS200P for a 30 x 30 foot dance floor with ceilings that are around 12 feet high. If you need more bass you'll have to buy a bigger, heavier bass bin. At 50lbs I do not know of a bin this small that sounds this good.|
Posted by Timothy Pocius on Jun 15, 2012
|Compact Powered Subwoofer|
|Product Experience||I've tried it||Closest Store||North York Ontario|
|Used it for a medium size indoor school dance with a pair of E10P powered speakers.
I was impressed with the excellent bass reproduction and room coverage for only 200 watts of audio power! Would definately buy one in the future.|
Posted by Braden Pletzer on Apr 5, 2012