Yamaha STAGEPAS 400i Portable PA System SKU: # Stagepas 400i MFR: # Stagepas 400i
Stagepas 400i
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Product Highlights

- Dual Speakers & 8-Channel Mixer - 400W Total Output - Portable Design - XLR, Combo XLR/TRS, Hi-Z & RCA Inputs - USB Port for Connecting iOS Device - 2-Band EQ Per Channel - Built-In Reverb & One-Knob Master EQ - Stereo Monitor & Subwoofer Outputs - Feedback Suppressor - StageLok Speaker Stand Connectors

Price : RM 3,076.00 excl.GST

You Pay : RM 3,076.00 excl.GST

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The Yamaha STAGEPAS 400i Portable PA System includes an eight-channel mixer/amplifier, dual two-way bass reflex speakers, two speaker cables, a power cord, 12 non-skid pads, and a cover panel. It is capable of producing up to 400-watts of output. The system has a portable design with the mixer attaching to the rear of one of the speakers for transport and storage.
The eight-channel mixer includes a variety of analog and digital input options, including two XLR inputs, two combination XLR/TRS inputs, four 1/4″ instrument inputs, stereo RCA inputs, a 1/8″ stereo auxiliary input, and a USB port for playing back audio from your iOS device. It has four mono channels and two mono/stereo channels, each of which has its own 2-band high and low EQs. The mixer also includes two outputs for connecting to optional monitors and an output for an optional subwoofer.
The two speakers each have an eight-inch low frequency cone driver and a one-inch voice coil compression driver. They each have a 34.8 to 35.2mm pole socket with StageLok connector to simplified set-up and breakdown.

STAGEPAS Mixer

  • 2-Band Channel EQ: Assign detailed EQ settings to each channel for precise management of your final sound
  • Hi-Z Switch: Connect acoustic-electric guitars and basses for performance with low distortion. Passive pickup instruments can be connected hassle-free, without a direct box
  • Switchable Stereo/Mono Inputs: Allows you to transform each stereo channel input into two independent mono inputs, giving you the flexibility to adapt to the needs of a broad range of performance requirements
  • Phantom Power: Connect condenser microphones and DI boxes directly to STAGEPAS
  • Reverb Footswitch: For hands-free control of your reverb, connecting an optional footswitch allows you to turn the reverb on and off instantly, ideal for MC-ing events or speaking during solo performances
  • Monitor Out: Expand your front-of-house system or set up a monitoring system by using the STAGEPAS together with other powered speakers
  • Subwoofer Out: Add more bottom end to your system by connecting a powered subwoofer. Plugging in a subwoofer will assign a high-pass filter to the STAGEPAS speakers automatically

Portability
The two lightweight, 16-pound speakers and a detachable mixer, along with one pair of speaker cables and a power cord, combine into a compact package

iPod/ iPhone Digital Connection
The STAGEPAS 400i can charge your iPod or iPhone during playback so you never have to worry about a drained battery interrupting your performance

SPX Digital Reverb
One knob gives you access to four different reverb settings designed for vocals and acoustic instruments. Turn the knob to change the reverb type and time, and then you’re ready to apply just the right amount of the effect to each channel

1-Knob Master EQ
This function allows you to match your sound to your surroundings. Turn the knob to optimize the EQ for speaking engagements, musical performances, or just to kick in more bass

Feedback Suppressor
This intelligent function removes feedback automatically with the push of a button, giving you a clear sound

Mixer
Channels8
Inputs2x XLR-3-31 Mic/Line Inputs
2x Combo XLR/TRS Mic/Line Inputs
4x 1/4″ (6.35 mm) Inputs
2x RCA Inputs
1x 1/8″ (3.5 mm) Stereo Mini Input
1x 1/4″ (6.35 mm) Footswitch Input
1x USB Port
Input ImpedanceXLR: 3 kΩ (Source Impedance: 150 Ω Mics)
1/4″: 10 kΩ (Source Impedance: 150 Ω Mics)
Hi-Z: 1 MΩ (Source Impedance: 10 kΩ Hi-Z)
RCA: 10 kΩ
1/8″ Stereo Mini: 10 kΩ
Input SensitivityXLR Mic Level: – 56 dBu
XLR Line Level: -30 dBu
1/4″ Mic Level: -50 dBu
1/4″ Line Level: -24 dBu
RCA: -24 dBu
1/8″ Stereo Mini: -24 dBu
Input LevelNominal:
XLR Mic Level: -35 dBu
XLR Line Level: -9 dBu
1/4″ Mic Level: – 29 dBu
1/4″ Line Level: -3 dBu
RCA: -3 dBu
1/8″ Stereo Mini: -3 dBuMaximum Before Clipping:
XLR Mic Level: -10 dBu
XLR Line Level: 16 dBu
1/4″ Mic Level: -4 dBu
1/4″ Line Level: 22 dBu
RCA: 22 dBu
1/8″ Stereo Mini: 22 dBu
Outputs2x 1/4″ (6.35 mm) Speaker Outputs
1x 1/4″ (6.35 mm) Subwoofer Outputs
2x 1/4″ (6.35 mm) Monitor Outputs
Output ImpedanceSpeaker Outs: < 0.1 Ω
Monitor Outs: 600 Ω
Subwoofer Outs: 150 Ω
Load ImpedanceSpeaker Outs: 4 Ω Speakers
Monitor Outs: 10 kΩ Lines
Subwoofer Outs: 10 kΩ Lines
Output LevelNominal:
Monitor Outs: 4 dBu
Subwoofer Outs: -3 dBuMaximum Before Clipping:
Monitor Outs: 20 dBu
Subwoofer Outs: 17 dBuDynamic:
Speaker Outs: 200 W
Total Harmonic Distortion/NoiseSpeaker Outs: 180 W (10 %)
EQ Type1x High Shelf @ 8 kHz
1x Low Shelf @ 100 Hz
FunctionsChannel 4: Hi-Z Switch
Channels 5/6: Stereo/Mono Switch
Channels 7/8: Stereo/Mono Switch
ProcessingOutput: Feedback Suppressor, 1-Knob Master EQ
Phantom PowerChannels 1/2: 30 V
AmplifierDynamic Power Rating: 400 W (200 W + 200 W)
Continuous Power Rating: 360 W (180 W + 180 W)
Speaker
TypeTwo-Way Bass Reflex Speakers
TransducerLF: 1x 8″ (20 cm) Cone
HF: 1x 1″ (2.54 cm) Voice Coil Compression Driver
Coverage AngleHorizontal x Vertical: 90° x 60°
Floor Monitor Angle: 50°
Pole Socket1.37 to 1.38″ (34.8 to 35.2 mm) with StageLok
System
System TypePowered Mixer with 2 Passive Speakers
Maximum SPL125 dB SPL Per Speaker
Frequency Range55 Hz to 20 kHz
Power ConsumptionIdle: 30 W
1/8 Power: 70 W
Power Requirements100 V – 240 V, 50 Hz/60Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D)Speaker: 11 x 19 x 10″ (289 x 472 x 275 mm)
Mixer: 12 x 7 x 5″ (308 x 180 x 116 mm)
WeightTotal: 39.2 lb (17.8 kg)
Speaker: 16.5 lb (7.5 kg)
Mixer: 6.1 lb (2.8 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight49.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)27.0 x 22.0 x 15.0″

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