Solo Artists and Duos

If you're working as a solo act or in a duo you'll appreciate a PA system that's compact and easy to set up.

Typical solo acts and duos will need to allow for one or two vocal microphones, backing tracks from a CD player, MP3 or Bluetooth or guitars/keyboard and often only need a small PA system.

A compact column system  is often a good idea - they have minimal feedback so you can place them behind you on stage, meaning you don't need a monitor. They're also very discreet, have a small footprint in smaller venues and are much louder than they look!

A solo artist singing to backing tracks in a small/medium venue (such as a restaurant or hotel) a pair of Proel V10A speakers and a small passive mixer such as the Proel Mi10 would deliver a really good sound, with the added benefit of vocal effects.

if you're playing in a larger venue to more people 12 inch speakers might be better, and if you're putting a bass guitar through the system when you may need to consider 15 inch speakers.

If you are playing at a reasonable level then we would recommend using stage or in-ear monitors.View monitors in the online shop

If you'd like some more ideas and advice that's specific to your set up, please send an email to enquiries@whatpa.co.uk or call us on 01375 892317 and we will be happy to advise.