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friedegg666 16th April 2012 07:03 PM

PUNCH pro-sound pa system
 
Can i use these portable pa speakers for a 2 channel music system for home music enjoyment and if they are in good shape will they sound good?

chris661 16th April 2012 08:43 PM

Define "sound good".

I doubt they'll sound as good as a decent home hifi - PA speakers (unless you're paying a lot) rarely do.

I've never heard them, give them a try and see what you think.

Chris

friedegg666 16th April 2012 09:40 PM

punch pro sound
 
ok just wondering. I got them for free and know they weren't abused-just used for talking engagements. Can't find anything on the interenet about them..very puzzling.

friedegg666 21st July 2012 04:32 AM

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Originally Posted by friedegg666 (Post 2988032)
ok just wondering. I got them for free and know they weren't abused-just used for talking engagements. Can't find anything on the interenet about them..very puzzling.


friedegg666 21st July 2012 04:36 AM

Still can't find any info on my punch pro sound pa speakers.. any body know the parameters of these speakers and can they be used with a home amplifier.

chris661 21st July 2012 06:58 PM

You can use them with a home amplifier.

They probably won't sound great (in terms of HiFi), but will probably be very loud.

navydiver 11th January 2014 10:56 PM

Punch PA Speakers
 
Hi folks - looking to buy a set of Punch PA Speakers locally - anybody got anything good or bad to say about them?

Link to pic of them is:
4 LARGE SPEAKERS North Saanich & Sidney , Victoria:p

Top Shelf 12th January 2014 01:53 AM

Kind of look cheap to me. Looks like piezo tweeters... uugh.

Richard Ellis 12th January 2014 02:58 AM

I'll second the rather cheap look to those Punch PA loudspeakers. Although those horns may or may not be Piezos ....the lower range those small horns will go will probably be around 3-3.5K....as such they will be putting lots of "stress" upon those big fifteens, trying to get up to 3K in frequency. While it might be "OK" for PA work...if you listen intently, voices and particular similar sources will sound "muddy" & rather in-accurate. A more suitable horn would be a rather large unit that would occupy the entire upper half of that enclosure with a 17" by 11" horn...or thereabouts.
To the original poster*** is this image we see, the set that you have??

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navydiver 12th January 2014 04:41 AM

Punch PA Speakers
 
I contacted the fellow who is selling them and he knows nothing about hifi - I want an inexpensive set of PA speaks for DJ use with my big heavies seen here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_gMRe8WOj8
(note the Carver cube was used just because I was too lazy to hall out my huge and heavy Pro Amp for the vid)

I want a smaller set of PA speaks to act as tops for these guys (using Pioneer HPM-100's but they ain't rugged enough although they do sound fabulous and easily keep up). Also want the smaller PA speaks to act as stand alones for House parties and small venues. The guy wants $100 CDN for two so I thought I would at least have a listen tomorrow (Sunday)


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