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Author Topic: The new Mackie line array  (Read 2168 times)

Tim Weaver

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Re: The new Mackie line array
« Reply #10 on: February 15, 2013, 02:09:45 pm »

Or maybe it rained and the show got moved into the tent.  Then the squints decided to have some fun with the unused delay speakers...

Mackie posted this pic on their own facebook page a couple days ago. Even they made fun of it.
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Stu McDoniel

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Re: The new Mackie line array
« Reply #11 on: February 15, 2013, 11:37:07 pm »

Sound company:  "You said you wanted a line array."

BE:  ????

Sound company: "but they're arrayed in a line..."
Upwards of 90% of the sheeples out in the crowd probably thought the show really sounded great. 
Besides the safety issues that fact is a hard pill to swallow for a large percentage of the pro audio people.
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Re: The new Mackie line array
« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2013, 12:12:31 pm »

Mackie posted this pic on their own facebook page a couple days ago. Even they made fun of it.
Well, one other challenge of this setup is that the SRM450s only have AC in. So, they have to run multiple AC lines, which could be avoided if they'd chosen a box with AC loop thrus. Or if Mackie would upgrade their SRM450s to include those loop thrus. I guess they could just put a power strip behind them, connected to those orange extension cords.

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