Kustom Profile One PA System  

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Digital effects, portable, powerful!

The Kustom PA Profile One PA System is just what you've been looking for. With 4 balanced XLR/line level inputs (with phantom power) and one instrument/line level input, you can accommodate all of your mics, keyboards, vocals, and guitars. Enhance your sound with the built-in 24-bit digital effects, including effects, chorus, and echo controls. And finally, the 100-watt amp pumps out the music in stereo through Line Array speakers for incredibly big sound. When you're done with the gig, load everything you need into the optional Profile System One roller bag, and pack out with ease!

Features

  • The Mixer:
  • 100 watts
  • 8 digital effects
  • 5 channels
  • Contoured acoustic guitar input
  • 4 balanced mic inputs with phantom power
  • 5 line level inputs
  • Effects loop
  • Individual effects, tone, and volume controls
  • 3-band master EQ
  • Internal effect source routing
  • Standmount ready
  • Detachable AC cord
  • The Cabinets
  • Line Array technology (focused dispersion pattern)
  • Tuned trapezoidal pattern
  • Dual 6-1/2" speakers
  • 2" x 5" horn
  • Tuned 2" bass port
  • Integrated, ergonomic carry handle
  • Stand & polemount ready
 

Profile One PA System Specifications:

  • Crosstalk: 80dB Channel to channel
  • Digital Effects: 24 bit DSP, 8 effects; small room, large room, small hall, large hall, chorus, chorus reverb, slap back (delay), echo
  • Footswitch: Digital Effects On/Off and channel On/Off
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
  • Hum & Noise: -115dB Mic Input/ -52dB Residual Noise/ -50dB Nominal System Noise
  • Input Channel EQ: Special curve that adjusts bass, mid, and treble frequencies
  • Master EQ: 100Hz (bass), 1kHz (mid), 10 kHz (treble)
  • Phantom Power: +15V
  • Power Requirements: 120VAC/60Hz, 100W nominal
  • System Gain: 77dB Mic/ 57dB Line/ 53dB/ Instrument/ 32dB Playback
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: less than 0.4%
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4.8

(based on 37 reviews)

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For the size and price it's great.

We use this in "Coffee House" size settings with a bluegrass group. Has all the power (and plenty in reserve) we need. Great sound. The only fault is the l...Read complete review

We use this in "Coffee House" size settings with a bluegrass group. Has all the power (and plenty in reserve) we need. Great sound. The only fault is the legs on the bag are a little fragile, broke one off when turning it when loaded and caught an uneven spot on the stage floor. Easy fix with J B Weld. Compact and easy to transport.

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Nice but not perfect

This is a great little portable system that works well for coffee house, piano bars and such. I wouldn't recommend it for much more. Lacks deep bass. I use it strictly for the ...Read complete review

This is a great little portable system that works well for coffee house, piano bars and such. I wouldn't recommend it for much more. Lacks deep bass. I use it strictly for the piano bars I work in so it's used for vocals and a miced piano and it does the job really well. It's biggest drawback is it's not stereo. No panning. If you use stereo keyboards with this system it's going to sound bad in mono. Could use a bit more EQ, one tone knob really doesn't do it for single channel EQ. Very usable reverb. Very portable. If it were true stereo I'd be a happy camper, my home keyboards just sound awful in mono. For the price, it really can't be beat.

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5.0

Tough Little package

By I play whatever is left over

from White Sulphur Springs, WV

We needed sound reinforcement for unplugged bluegrass gospel jam. I picked this little system up with cables and two stands for a steal of a deal. It did not have the bag so I bought a rolling luggage bag that hauls the Profile One safely with padding in place between the three main pieces. We use primarily for vocals with two studio condensor mics, one handheld condensor mics and one dynamic. It does a great job. If I upgrade I would just go to the Profile II. Great system!!!

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5.0

Amazing

By Larry-AQviA

from Green Bay, Wisc.

My friend has this unit and he has used it religiously for years now. He plays electric violin with acoustic.electric guitar accompaniment. He says he just played with the echo and reverb and let me tell you that violin sounded like the voice of God! He did a Christmas show and had drums and keyboards there too and this unit did'nt miss a step...What a great buy for the money!

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5.0

Amazing

By Larry-AQviA

from Green Bay, Wisc.

My friend has this unit and he has used it religiously for years now. He plays electric violin with acoustic.electric guitar accompaniment.

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(152 of 218 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

For the size and price it's great.

By Oulde Picker

from Grand Junction CO

We use this in "Coffee House" size settings with a bluegrass group. Has all the power (and plenty in reserve) we need. Great sound. The only fault is the legs on the bag are a little fragile, broke one off when turning it when loaded and caught an uneven spot on the stage floor. Easy fix with J B Weld. Compact and easy to transport.

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(10 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

SMALL AND POWERFUL

By KINGDAVID

from MINNESOTA

THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST SMALL P.A.S AVAILABLE. IT WILL HANDLE ACOUSTIC GUITARS WITH NO PROBLEM. MOST FOLKS THAT PURCHASE THIS PROFILE ONE SYSTEM THAT HAVE A BAND AND NEED LIKE EIGHT CHANNELS, OR POWER REQUIREMENTS OF 250 WATTS, SHOULD LOOK INTO KUSTOMS NEXT STEP UP, THE PROFILE ONES BIGGER BROTHER. WILL HANDLE THE BIGGER BANDS.

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(56 of 96 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Well, it does get loud, but...

By Drumman Mike

from Houston TX

I bought this unit for my stepson for his band (a teenage garage-hard-rock first band), based on the reviews I read here. Obviously, the main selling feature on this P.A. is the portability, with the carrying case (which we got) and small size. Yes, we were both quite surprised with how loud it gets for just 100 watts and small size, but were both immediately struck with the lack of bass response. Below about 100-120 hz, there is nothing. Obviously, you couldn't even begin to think of bass guitar or drums going through this (wouldn't handle it anyway), but even with vocals or guitar, it is noticeable. The echo and reverb features are nice. We ended up replacing it with the SoundTech STPA712, which I highly recommend. More versatility, more channels, much better sound, and a 7-band graphic equalizer for about the same price. (lower if you include the carrying case) Also, regarding portability, the Kustom in the carrying case is heavy and awkward. For my tastes, it is easier to carry 3 smaller components than all together in a big case.

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(60 of 104 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

WOW!

By Mike-zBIn2

from Syracuse

What a great unit for the money. Volume level is amazing. Sound quality and effects are wonderful. Great product in a small package. IT IS SURPISINGLY HEAVY! One odd thing, the roller bag is a cool item with pockets and cubbys for all your cords and gadgets. However there is a flap on back of it that makes it VERY hard to roll down stains beacause it catches on the step risking damage to the bag. All in all though I give it a 9 out of 10.

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(67 of 116 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Speaker support etc.

By AlFranken

from Vancouver, BC

Just got my Profile yesterday. Got the case and the stands as well. It definitely is worth the money, is very loud and is very portable. On the downside, the controls seem a little cheap and, well, it's not stereo. Even the stereo RCA inputs aren't stereo through the amp. For my use of speaker support with recorded break music, the lack of stereo is perplexing and a little unexpected. Good value though.

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(4 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Quick set up/tear down

By Andy Omdahl

from Olympia

I bought this system (w/roller bag) for convenience. It's easy to set up and take down- the sound is just fine. I use it in a jazz quartet (harmon muted trumpet) and quintet. It's great just for horns or vocal. It's easy to plug and play a CD player for break tunes. I'm completely satisfied with this system. A great value.

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(122 of 193 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Nice but not perfect

By Tim-24LjN

from Orlando, Fl

This is a great little portable system that works well for coffee house, piano bars and such. I wouldn't recommend it for much more. Lacks deep bass. I use it strictly for the piano bars I work in so it's used for vocals and a miced piano and it does the job really well. It's biggest drawback is it's not stereo. No panning. If you use stereo keyboards with this system it's going to sound bad in mono. Could use a bit more EQ, one tone knob really doesn't do it for single channel EQ. Very usable reverb. Very portable. If it were true stereo I'd be a happy camper, my home keyboards just sound awful in mono. For the price, it really can't be beat.

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