This is pretty much what I was going to reply as well except that the DRPA+ can't do 3-way stereo plus a sub (2 X 5). I don't think Steve was implying that it does but it might confusing to see that config mentioned in this conversation.
Tom on my DRPA (not a +), 2x5 = 2-way stereo + sub that's L+R Highs OUT (2), L+R Mids OUT (2), SUB OUT (1).My system is tri-amped
Well, duh. Can I blame this on lack of coffee? No wait, it was WAY too late in the day to pull that one off...
TO hijack this thread, but on topic..What are folks recommendations around RTA'ing the "room" with the DRPA for every gig??I'm not doing it, but am playing in a band where I don't own or run the PA and the owner/band leader has been doing it since some guy at GC told him to. I have my opinions, but would like to get some feedback from the pro's on here.. TIA..
You can't "EQ the room" without a CAT D9 EQ (search for Cat D9).
I think the system in question should be set up outdoors, away from reflective structures (50' or more would be good) and do a "ground plane" measurement. When the system is moved indoors, there will probably be more LF because of boundary loading and possibly cabin gain. But after this, there shouldn't be a need to use the RTA at setup.
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