Convention usually dictates separate L/R system deployment, but there is no reason for you to be tied to convention.Your goal is loud, clear, efficient (one 20 amp circuit) and fast deployment, all of which scream single point deployment to me.The few times I have had the opportunity to set up single point systems have been "ear openers".
One thing I didn't see was what "instruments" are the majority users of the PA?Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
I'm trying to understand why drum lines need PA systems.
Not needed except for announcements and induction and awards.The local long running competition expressly forbid the use of PA systems. http://www.drumsalongthemohawk.com/
I've been surprised how much people involved in drumline, drum and bugle corps, marching band, etc. performances seem very concerned with 'soundstage' and 'imaging' but don't seem to understand how difficult that is to achieve for large audience areas. Jason's post helps clairfy that they may only be concerned with what certain listeners hear and don't really care what everyone else hears. That is a completely different situation than trying to serve all the listeners.
Couldn't resist posting a pic.What mystifies me is that why the addition of tech to what has for decades been an acoustic performance form is power limited to a single outlet. Or perhaps the statement about available power is just vague or inadequate.
one system I saw last summer a drum and bugle corps ensemble using had 1 15" speaker on the 25 yard lines, the "main" stage stack consisting of dual 15" speakers over dual 18" subs on about the 35 yard lines, and dual 15" speakers setup vertically on about the 45 yard lines.
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