In most cases, the venue’s in-house PA system just won’t cut it. They are designed to be used only for speeches and not for sound quality or deliver that punchy bass you want for your favourite tracks.
This Argument is doubly true for those who are considering buying a Kmart DJ speaker or the JBL DJ booth and speaker system. There is absolutely no comparison between the two in terms of sound output and flexibile sound engineering solutions
The JBL Partybox 100 portable wireless party speaker only has a power output of 160W, most professional DJ speakers have an output of 1000-1200 watts per speaker. Producing between 109-132 decibels.
Now let’s factor in the price for the JBL speaker it starts at just under $500 from JBHIFI. To even produce a decent level of sound you would need two of them. Unfortunately, you cant connect the two to one audio device without messy and dodgy wiring.
To put it bluntly and to quote the movie The Wog Boy, ‘not the same boat!’