It's enough to fill the venue, but the real question is will it fill the venue properly. Properly splayed the 725s can work wonders, but not more than a pair at a time. After that combing becomes a problem. You may wish to run a dual PA seperating the vocals to a pair of 725s and the backline to another pair of 725s.
I know they have equipment listed/owned by the venue, but what I been told is most soundcos bring in their own rig, maybe MSU charges a pretty penny to use their system.
Murphy Fine Arts Center/Gilliam Concert Hall - Morgan State Unv, Baltimore, MDhttp://www.murphyfineartscenter.org/pages/MFAC_Rental/gilliam/index.aspcheck the specs:http://www.murphyfineartscenter.org/pages/MFAC_Rental/gilliam/techSpecs_gill.aspSeating Capacity: 2,036Jazz ConcertWhat I have: x2 SRX725 and x2 SRX728 per side, I also have x2 SRX722 and x4 SRX718 available, which I thought maybe a 722/718 stack on the inside of each main stack to hit the seats close to the stage. Enough rig? I forgot to mention I do have a set of 715s, maybe front fill.I am able to get a friend's set of SRX725/725, he has the same quantity of boxes, but I don't want to add that expense if I don't have to. Amps are Crown Macrotech-I.My biggest concern is a ground stacked system in a venue with balcony seating, a little high. I'm good on the monitor system requirement.I know they have equipment listed/owned by the venue, but what I been told is most soundcos bring in their own rig, maybe MSU charges a pretty penny to use their system.Garry98.6 Sound
Garry, I have 2 thoughts on this room.1) I would lay the SRX728 on its side and stack on top of it. Tilt the SRX725 back enough and to have it the top balcony and then focus the SRX722s to cover the main floor seats.2) I would stand the SRX728 upright and stack the SRX725 on top to cover majority of main floor and use the SRX715 for in fills. Then on the first balcony use the SRX722 to cover the balconies maybe add a little tilt back on these as well. It looks like this set-up will need some delay in the system, but shouldn’t be a problem with LS9.
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