DJ Tech Stage Visa 200 Lite Portable PA System, was £200 - now £99.99 @ Maplin + £5 voucher
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DJ Tech Stage Visa 200 Lite Portable PA System, was £200 - now £99.99 @ Maplin + £5 voucher

SuperEd 11
SuperEd
Found 6th Dec
If you fancy getting the party going, love a bit of karaoke or spin those wheels of steel these seem a good price and you'll get a £5 voucher as spending over £10.


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Product overview


  • System is powered from a five channel central mixer & amplifier which powers the two included 25W speakers
  • A portable system powered directly from the mains
  • A built-in media player that can load computer audio files using SD cards and USB memory
  • Audio devices, both professional and off the shelf, can connect to this system using either XLR or twin phono (RCA)
  • Two ¼ inch (6.35mm) sockets for connecting all your performance equipment directly to the system
  • Top hat mounts included so satellite speakers can be positioned in different positions within the room
  • Includes rugged carry case to store the entire system for easy storage or transportation




How can I connect to this speaker system?

This system easily allows you to connect a variety of audio devices directly to the mixer.. You can connect a USB memory stick up to 8GB or an SD card containing your favourite sound tracks directly from your desktop, laptop or Mac. You can also connect audio devices such as MP3 players, iPods, smartphones or tablets using the twin phono sockets or XLR socket. You can connect your microphones or electronic instruments directly to this system through the ¼ inch (6.35mm) sockets on the mixer.

How portable is this speaker system?

The mixer and speakers are designed to be incorporated into its carry case. This allows you to connect the mixer and speaker together to form a single case with a carry handle and move it around easily without being damaged.

How easy is this speaker system to use?

This system is very simple to use. Simply uncouple the speakers from the mixer and mount them on your speaker stands. Connect the ¼ inch (6.35mm) cable from the mixer to each speaker along with the mains power cable. Finally connect an audio source, such as a USB memory stick and turn on the system. This simple setup makes the system ideal for schools, churches, outdoor events, conferences and many other events and activities where an amplified voice or music might be needed.

Where can I use this portable speaker system?

This system is mains powered. However, its rugged ABS plastic design allows the system to be easily used both indoors and out, as long as it can be powered from the mains. While outdoors, be careful not to use it in poor weather conditions such as rain as this may damage the system.


11 Comments

Sounds good

Tempting heat 🔥 added

Be handy when arguing with the wife, might then be be able to get my point across and be heard for once. .
Edited by: "johnnyshuttle" 6th Dec

2x25w is really not very loud

tomwatts13 m ago

2x25w is really not very loud


Probably sounds like you're talking / playing music through a potato too.

djtechaudio.com/eng…d=7


STAGE VISA 200 LIGHT
  • 1 x 140W 5CH Powered Mixer with MP3 Player Built-in including 8 x 24 Bit DSP Effects
  • 2 x 6,5’’ Coaxial Speakers in lightweight ABS
  • 1 x Remote Control for the MP3 Player
  • 2 x jack-jack Cables to connect mixer to the speakers
  • 2 x Pole mount adapter 16 to 35 mm
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Harley_Mick5 m ago

http://www.djtechaudio.com/eng/product-details.php?id=7STAGE VISA 200 …http://www.djtechaudio.com/eng/product-details.php?id=7STAGE VISA 200 LIGHT1 x 140W 5CH Powered Mixer with MP3 Player Built-in including 8 x 24 Bit DSP Effects2 x 6,5’’ Coaxial Speakers in lightweight ABS1 x Remote Control for the MP3 Player2 x jack-jack Cables to connect mixer to the speakers2 x Pole mount adapter 16 to 35 mm[Image] [Image]



Not doubting the amp - I'm questioning the speakers!! Haha

tomwatts49 s ago

Not doubting the amp - I'm questioning the speakers!! Haha


Read the reviews

6.5" speakers won't push out much before distorting.

Yeah not gonna be much use for DJs/bands with 6.5" speakers, but for sticking on background music and doing announcements/speeches etc it'd do the job. If that's all you need it for its better than lugging round a heavy amp and a pair of 15" speakers

£199 now.
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