Thx, just had a read of all 4 pages.
In opposite to the topic of the threads here and over there,- Iīm not urgently looking for a all-in-one solution, so if speaker arrays like BOSE offers have advantages according to longer distance sound travel over the HK Nano 300 or not isnīt critical for me as isnīt feedback supression.
In fact, I want a clean and linear "short distance/ nearfield" sound for my keys (DP, synths, ROMplers and organ) at the position where I stand or sit,- not for the audience and not for the other band members, the speakers not bleeding in any mics placed on stage.
This in a most lightweight, compact and easy to handle package at an affordable price.
The accessories available for the Nano 300 allow mounting of the satelites to my custom Ultimate Support keystand constructions making these smaller in addition,- not bad for me.
HK Audio never made any consumer gear,- only pro gear.
I know a lot of their cabs, active and passive and they manufacture very good amps too.
These were never cheap products and also the former LUCAS and ELIAS systems were well manufactured.
Friends of mine (a rock band gigging frequently) own a complete ELIAS PA system and use it in their rehearsal room as well as for their smaller or mid-range gigs.
Itīs good stuff.
We did touring halls using HK Audio w/ complete PA, monitor wedges and keyboard backline speakers for 2 keyboardists as well as full range drum monitoring incl. subs in the 90th and it was a very good sound on stage and in the audience.
The venues were 1000 - 5000 seats and I always worked w/ the smallest speakers available for my personal monitoring.
Using IE monitoring is an alternative for me, but I prefer small speakers if the production allows.
Iīm very interested in this solution, beginning w/ 1 system as a starter, but want to see some trusty diagrams 1st too.