The T12 claims 136dB output, which could put it right next to the VerTec 4888, IF the T12 output is listed for the lowest SPL pass band. JBL shows a peak output of 136-146dB, pass band dependent. Apples to apples, oranges to oranges? Can't say without products to compare.Now my little rant (again) about array design... and I know this might appear a little hypocritical coming from a guy who's got 4 T4 boxes in the air... But I've dealt with 2 HoW system "designers" that pretty much look at horizontal coverage as a single number (regardless of frequency) and then spec however many elements that will fit in either the available space or available budget, without regard for evenness of vertical coverage. They need a longer line in the air, they need to segment the arrays for processing, and they or the client needs an independent 3rd party to do a proof of performance. And to cap off the rant, I'll repeat what Evan K says about "ground stacked line arrays": they sound like ass (some smell worse than others, but they all smell). /rantMake sound, not noize.
I digress.... but ours sounds good to me, wall to wall to wall, and extremely clear. Don't know much about measurements and such, but I know what sounds good... "damn amatuers, get outta here.."
fair enoughjust get ur 135 pound tops lot higher then the 45 inches pleasethink of the profit margin if u bought lighter tops and did not have to pay a helper 5-10k a year to help?50-100 gigs 100$ per...u keep the system 5years .....ur spendin more money on help then on the system possibleythe tech behind the stx line is meh to me main redeeming factor is its performance manger supported but i could be rong get itechhd b stock or maby itech ,even if it ment 2ohm for the frist seasonbest way to get black box settings/killer dsp
I regularly work a 500 capacity ballroom with 2 SRX 728's and 715's stage right/left. Sixty feet from stage I run two delayed 715's, one per side to cover the middle/back of the room. Performance has always been excellent. For the A level rider acts they bring in 3 Meyer HP 700's and 5 Melodies per side, ground stacked. I have yet to hear a decent sounding show with the Meyer rig.
The production company hired for the bigger events brings the system. I have heard this rig in a flown application outdoors and it was excellent.
Ok.I understand that a line array in a stack situation is not as great as a line array flown with the right line length.I also will say that line array boxes, ground stacked, typically 4 a side, do not make for a bad sounding rig. They are very usable, and will sound great with the right mix of talent, deployment and engineer.Back to the topic, the reason why we are so lending ourselves towards the STX right now, is cause we do not want to fall short. Within our investment budgets. Even though I am still debating if this could possibly end up being more expensive in the long term.Sidhu
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