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Eric Woods
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It definitely adds a professional appearance; I have had one a couple years now but have only needed it a couple times for magic. A great feature is-besides micing-you can plug a walkman into it for music, very user friendly. And yes very durable, I've used it more as a musician than a Magician, but I'll be using it this weekend (my biggest show yet!!) Spend a little extra on a good mic though. A Sure SM-58 will last FOREVER, (you'll thank me in the morning;)
MikeDes
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Is the PD150 as portable and as complete a system as the Escort 2000? The great thing about the Escort is that it has everything in one package on wheels. It even has the speaker stands and compartments for your wires, mircophones and whatever else. It has 5 inputs including an RCA stereo input and even an output to record your show if you want. It has reverb, an equalizer and some other stuff I don't know how to use.

The handles and the wheels make it easier to carry around and move.

In the compartments I put in my VSM, Mindisk and wireless microphone and I have everything in one package.

Mike
paulajayne
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On 2004-10-12 00:05, lhughes wrote:
I recently checked out the Peavey Escort 2000 and the Fender PD 150. I thought that the Escort did not sound as good as the Fender PD 150. I found the Fender had a deeper richer tone and was less muddled at lower volumes. I also thought that sound dispersion from the Fender was better. The Fender has some of its speakers mounted at various angles and seems to spread out sound better for improved audience coverage.
Although I found the Peavey cheaper and I really liked the wheels on it and the speaker stands, I was sold on the Fender. I picked it because of superior sound quality and also the V.I.P. (vocal input priority) feature which automatically reduces your volume of music when you start talking. This allows you to use music through out your program without worrying about having your music too loud or having to turn up your music for strictly musical numbers. This is a great feature!



The Fender has Bose drivers which give it nice sound.

Paula
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