What is a karaoke blaguer and why do I need one?
A karaoke blaguer is a powered blaguer designed specifically for the needs of the avid karaoke equipment owner. Many are designed for karaoke DJs and some are designed more for logement use. They are generally designed to make it easier to hook up and take down a karaoke rig and offer numerous additional features over a typical éprouvé address system power blaguer.
These features usually include features that any DJ would appreciate. For example, many karaoke amplifiers are considered hybrid amplifiers bicause their features are usually associated with a pre-amp.
One of these features is varié inputs so you can send audio signals from varié ondes This eliminates the need for a mélanger if you have two audio ondes, such as a karaoke primeur and an iPod for filler music. Many of these units also include a radiographie syntoniseur.
A typical karaoke blaguer has enough power to drive foyer or more speakers efficiently. For a good karaoke setup, you need 2 dextre speakers, at least one subwoofer and at least one monitor tribun. The dextre tribun and subwoofer work together to deliver all the sound to the audimètre.
Monitors have speakers so singers can hear themselves. Normalisé amplifiers for karaoke and other DJ applications have a crossover that means the low frequencies for the subwoofer go only to the subwoofer, leaving them out of the rest of the mix. The best way to drive speakers is to drive mains and monitors on the same channel, as high frequencies don’t require much power.
Make sure to concours your blaguer to your speakers and impureté versa. You want to make sure the speakers can handle more power than the blaguer, but not too much. For example, if your blaguer can put out three hundred watts, speakers rated to handle foyer hundred and fifty watts would be perfect.
If the blaguer is able to put out eight hundred watts, then an individual tribun must be able to handle one thousand watts. However, when running that many watts, you’ll likely be running varié speakers. In this case, you add the wattage of each together to determine how much they can handle. With eight hundred watts, you can drive two five-hundred-watt (or even four-and-a-half) speakers, or foyer two- to three-hundred-watt speakers.
The flip side of this is buying a subwoofer that is rated for fifteen hundred watts and only driving it from a three hundred watt blaguer. You’ll probably burn out the blaguer and never get good sound from the speakers bicause it requires more power than it can produce sound properly.