Excellent sound, without the engineering hassles!

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It's not often that we turn a note from a user into an article.  We usually post those to the comments section of the site, but these people just confirm what we think of the Line 6 M20d and L3 and L2 speakers.  Easy to use, so easy that you will be an almost-expert in less than an hour, and great sounding! 



I wanted to report that I unpacked and set up our Line6 sound system--had it working in less than an hour and it is AMAZING! It is, as advertised, designed for the musician who wants excellent sound without the engineering hassles.

Ed Nugent, Muldrow, OK

And another:

I purchased the stagescape mixer and speakers with subs which was one of the best musical equipment investments I've ever made. I spend more time with the music than chasing issues such as EQ & feedback. The system has taken my band to a new level from a sound perspective. It is quick and easy to setup. I had to work with the wireless features a bit and am now learning the recording feature. At first glace you may experience sticker shock but believe me it's worth every penny.


Yes, the mixer is a little more expensive than other conventional digital mixers, and the speakers are, too, but if you're like me and don't have extra time (or more hairs to pull out), anything that makes life easier and more efficient is worth a bunch. 

Every week, we're in (or called by) a new church client that has a big pile of equipment, a mess of cables, and a volunteer tech that has no idea how to make it work.  They want us to troubleshoot and train, and we do. 

Proper operation and set-up of a sound system isn't easy if you've never done it before.  But you still need a sound system, right?  Buy carefully, or you might end up with a pile of stuff that doesn't work the way you want it to. 

Take a few minutes to read about the M20d digital mixer (it has a full graphical interface - not a bunch of knobs and sliders) and the L2 and L3 smart speakers.  The speakers hook up in parallel (patch one to the next to the next to the next - until you're out of speakers) with a data cable (similar to a mic cable) and they "know" whether they're being used as main or monitor based on a sensor that tells the speaker that it's lying on its side. 

And the equipment sounds fantastic.  That's exactly what a sound system is supposed to do.