This is one of our TUTORIAL videos we made for our customer. We do this to help people. It is not meant to be high grade video productions, no flashy salespeople jumping around. It truly is to help others. System features the Peavey PV6500 Powered Mixer (pa head), Peavey PVM1 i100 microphone packages, pair of Peavey PVX 12 passive speakers. (The usage of the better Peavey speakers is what really makes this a truly comfortable approach to entry level. Now why do we say this? Because we normally pair the system up with the cheaper PV 10 inch speakers which helps consumers with a really tight budget. Just the one change in the system using the better 12 inch speakers made all the difference! Spend time talking to us about the system and we will go into detail as to what you are looking at. One thing to note is that the Bluetooth ability must have device within 20ft of amplifier and within line of site. Also be sure to ask us why these corded mics are actually better quality than some of our $99 dual wireless mics. It's always cool to spend time educating consumers as to the true difference between a corded microphone and a wireless. Also note that this is an entry level system. The amplifier, cables, mic packages, speakers, speaker stands, misc are within the $1,400 range. Of course higher priced if you were to add the tv stand, tv, laptop stand, etc. (laptop in this video is an example). We want to make something very clear in order to respect both types of customers that either must shop due to a budget, or those that take deeper pride in their craft and wish to own higher grade equipment. Because we design and build systems that easily range up to the $60,000.00 range. Even work on Million dollar projects as well. So to us, this is simply a great bang for the buck within the entry level arena. We always try to educate consumers to NOT let anyone fool you into thinking otherwise. Our average customer that starts out professionally should be in a system no less than $3,000.00 to have a truly solid start. Now does this mean that the people who buy cheaper systems like this are not worthy to be a professional? NO, not at all. Yet it does serve to help you be more realistic about what you get for the money.