A bit of black gaffer tape can often sort out that kind of thing!Steve.
I also see where someone mentioned "no SRX". This I have never seen...
Not really Steve. Plenty of acts in this area won't use A&H for all the reasons mentioned. I opened for an "A" level act at a club that had a Soundcraft board for FOH, a full EAW system, and a Mixwiz to stage left for monitors. They absolutely refused to use the Mixwiz and ended up talking me into using my APB Pro House in it's place. No more issues. I've never been a fan of A&H, and they don't, as already mentioned really compete at the at the "A" level with their best boards. My Soundcraft is used on stage as part of my small >1500 people system. For larger clubs or events I rely on the house system, or hire out, pushing my on stage backiline mix to FOH. I also see where someone mentioned "no SRX". This I have never seen, and often see SRX monitors or other SRX cabinets used for sidefills, etc. along with some pretty large JBL arrays working hard for a good number of touring acts.
I've had my A&H T112/IDR48 out for a month now, and I absolutely love it. Smooth EQ, great reverb, loads of DSP, flexibility for miles-the list goes on. On at least 3 shows so far, people have come up and gone "...whoa...nice board...", whip out their cell phone and taken a few pictures.-Mark
Me neither. VRX, maybe (JRX, definitely!), but why not SRX?
You'll have to ask Jason why. VRX would be a step up for this weekend warrior, but apparently not everybody's an advocate for the series (thus the snobbery, but not by me).
But it's a line array. LOLI have some. In the right hands they can sound good. In the wrong hands they can sound pretty bad.
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