The Nady RPA-4 is like the Goldilocks version of a PA system for anyone who's interested in a small PA, either at the starter level, or for small-venue gigs. In fact, I found the RPA-2 and RPA-6 cumbersome in concept, as the RPA-2 was too light in inputs/wattage, and the RPA-6 didn't have enough wattage to handle 6 inputs anyway. Like I said, the RPA-4 is just right, in terms of convenience, portability, sound, usability, features etc. Haven't had it long enough to report on reliability, but it looks rugged enough. If I had to gripe about anything, I wish the power switch was up near the mixer controls, but that could just me being too lazy to bend down.
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