Summary: I have been looking to replace my big heavy Gemini GVX15P for almost a year. I just didn't know what to get. Bigger is better, right? Not true. I liked my GVX15's, they sounded great but they were to heavy, 72lbs each. These are the perfect chose they are loud and light, 19lbs. When I first heard them, I was amazed at the quality of sound them was coming out of that small speaker. I love these speakers, best buy of the year for me. They will put a smile on your face.
Summary: I'm not 20 anymore, and lifting heavy objects is above my pay grade. I originally bought one of these for my keyboard, but as I started doing more solo gigs., I have found it to work perfectly as a PA. Eventually I'll get a 2nd one. It is a bit pricey, but I haven't seen anything cheaper that gets the job done with as much finesse as this EV.
Summary: These little 8" are just what we needed and more. We got them to use as front fills and work great but their performance is so good that we have been able to use thme in several different ways.
Summary: I bought it about two years ago, the first year have to send it to repair because some problem with the overheat, the second time the twitters blow and I have to send it to repair butt they didn't want to cover it on the warranty, finally they decide to cover it because of the time of have me waiting whit out my speaker (2 months).
Summary: A must for any serious sound venue. I used three of these speakers as monitors for a four piece acoustic show during bike week. The group wanted to use their QSC K10s for the mains. I was happy about that because it gave me an opportunity to hear them both at the same time. The venue was fairly small 150 or so (in a bar). The music was alternative rock, not your typical acoustic show, so we still cranked it up. The band liked it loud, so I gave it to them.