Without the processor it's a pretty lame box.
I can't add much to what Brad said, except that we've got one of these (and the ELF processor) in a fairly large studio control room, supplementing a pair of Meyer HD-1s, and it's adequate for that job. Larger room and live band... maybe not.As I recall the integrator boosts the low end at 6 dB/8ve, so it's not hard to see that you'd run out of amplifier voltage if you go very low or very loud. Can you set up a DR260 to give you a boost like that on the low end? It's essentially a mirror image of CD horn EQ.GTD
It was not clear if this was a self-powered version, Bag End does not list a "-0" version, only -I and -R.
Thanks -- I will go listen and see how it does. The DR260 has subsonic synth, although I not tried it. Might be more appropriate to use a parametric on the sub out, no need to get much below 30 Hz anyway.It was not clear if this was a self-powered version, Bag End does not list a "-0" version, only -I and -R.
Avoid using subharmonic synths. Really, truly, seriously.As for subs in general, how much output do you need, what are your size/weight/powering limits? There are probably much better alternatives than the Bag End.
Page created in 0.155 seconds with 24 queries.