3TX or the 2 AX?
...The band finished off with a couple of sets of, yep, you guessed it, traditional Irish music. ...So, I knew it was going to get noisey-when the crowd came in first and were chattering away before eating, this was just the first confirmation of the noise level potential. With the band playing, and the folks being noisey, well, let's just say "buzz" was not quite the right word. "Deafening Din" perhaps.
I've done quit a few Irish band gigs (played in one for a few years). Always a loud, rowdy, drunken, highly appreciative crowd.
I will have a pair of 3TXs next week for evaluation with 2 gigs lined up for them. One is providing for a DJ in a large multi-function room that we normally deploy QRx212s with Growlers. 200+ sweaty semi-dressed screaming teens are usually in attendance... The other gig is on NYE with a band I usually provide for, semi-large room, high ceiling, party crowd, cover rock, hard floors, will report back in January with impressions and hopefully a quick SMAART plot (weather permitting).Mike
Mike;Don't forger pictures!Douglas R. Allen
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