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Topic: Mini-Vox speakers for all
Message: Posted by: RandomEffects (Jul 27, 2003 10:29AM)
Hello all,
Been a while but I come bearing good news for everyone. I have been shopping around looking for a good price on the Mini-Vox speakers and have found some great deals for those people looking for them. After talking to one gentleman and getting the offer in writing I have found: [list] [*]The Mini-Vox :band:
[*]Built in wireless receiver
[*]Belt pack transmitter
[*]Hands-free microphone
[*]Rechargeable batteries
[*]Carrying bag[/list]
The nice thing is these are going for $479.00 + $15-$20. For those of you who have looked, like I have spent the last month doing, this is a great deal. The salesman also mentioned he can possibly discount it for groups sales.

So I was wondering how many others would be interested in picking up this system? This is just a rough count for now but if you are interested leave a reply here or at my email address listed below. For the record I am receiving no commission or fees for this, I just figured if I can help other people out with a good deal, why not?

Mat
Message: Posted by: Eldon (Jul 27, 2003 03:51PM)
Mat,
We sell Mini-Vox. I think I can beat that price. I'll PM you Monday and let you know.
Message: Posted by: RandomEffects (Jul 27, 2003 09:54PM)
Excellent, I await your response.

Mat
Message: Posted by: Eldon (Jul 28, 2003 11:00AM)
Hey Everyone,
I checked with my distributor and found out that Mat's price for the Mini-Vox with all the accessories is EXCELLENT! If you have been thinking about buying one, this is a deal you can't pass up. Thanks Mat for doing the leg work and sharing with us.
Message: Posted by: RandomEffects (Jul 31, 2003 11:51AM)
OK everyone, here is the email I got from Frank. Feel free to give him a call, he is very nice and friendly to deal with.

"Your prepaid price on the Mini BP system $415 with rechargeable battery pack $479, shipping $15-$20.

Magnavox system wireless $690 the heavy duty speaker stand adds $110, shipping $30-$35.

Shipping includes insurance ground UPS from anchor.

Frank
Filament Pro Audio
462 C Borrego Ct
San Dimas, CA 91773
909-592-2848 fpa30@aol.com"

Mat
Message: Posted by: RoyHolidayMagic (Aug 1, 2003 08:12PM)
I've had the Mini-Vox... it is a horrible, blurry system. It's much better to build your own using the Fender Ampcan as the amplifier/speaker and purchasing a separate wireless mike.
Message: Posted by: Eldon (Aug 1, 2003 10:15PM)
Your Mini-Vox should not have been blurry, but there are better systems out there for the money.
Message: Posted by: Andy Wonder (Sep 7, 2003 05:46PM)
If you are in the market for an Anchor Mini-Vox or something like that you might want to consider the [url=http://www.mipro.com.tw/new_homepage/products/ma/ma_101.asp]MiPro MA-101 Wireless PA System[/url]. It is a similar style of set up with a single 5" speaker and a 28 Watts RMS amp. Mipro is a Taiwanese company that makes a lot of stuff for Fender. The MA-101 is almost the same as the Fender P-10W only it is available with a greater rage of receiver frequencies to choose from. I was considering buying one & found a great price on this unit from a retailer in Taiwan (www.hifi.com.tw). Their published price for the MA-101 is about [url=http://www.hifi.com.tw/microphone_peripheral.html]US$230[/url]. This includes a wireless hand held microphone or belt pack transmitter.

I have been told these units are okay for amplifying your voice but music sounds very disappointing over them. Music is a big part of my show which is why I have decided to get something bigger. Now I am looking at the [url=http://www.mipro.com.tw/new_homepage/products/ma/ma_705.asp]Mipro MA-705[/url].

BTW, the people at http://www.hifi.com.tw told my wife they can read & write English okay to communicate by email but are not confident English speakers. If you call them on the phone you better be able to speak Chinese.