Bob-I disagree- I think 90Hz and 1.8K would be better---------------Or maybe 80 and 1.2K or maybe 100 and 1.4K.Any of those should "work" .
Well, you got out of answering another one! You came, you said absolutely nothing, then you left; typical.
Just forget it! I get absolutely nothing at all when I come here, except agitation. A person can't have any kind of a meaningful discussion here. What you get is a bunch of guys trying to show-off and looking like a bunch of cry-babies. There is nothing at all that I want here. I don't want to be part of this kind of association.
1)At the present time, I have 6 speaker cabinets, each housing its own dedicated speaker, and another 2 enclosures, each housing its own horn. My typical setup is 3 stacked speakers on each side of the stage, with the horns up top, the subs on the bottom and the main woofers between.2) The subs are Eminence Omega Pro 18A= 40Hz to 800Hz 800W RMS 8 ohms eachThe Woofers are Eminence Kappa Pro 15A= 46Hz to 4K500W RMS 8 ohms eachThe HF drivers are Peavey RX22= 500Hz to 15KHz3)These are my Settings:Lowpass~3KHz for the Kappa ProLowpass~630Hz for the Omega Pro For the RX22 and the Ampeg B2RE amp, I'll cut all frequencies down 12dB except 2K and above, I'll boost. Turn all knobs down (like mid-bass, etc) for the RX22 I hate this setup, but what else can I do except spend more money.4)Amplifiers:The (2) XLS 1000 bridged at 8ohms- 700 watts eachThe XLS 2500 bridged at 4 ohms gives me 2400 wattsDon't laugh, but I'm a poor musician. This is all I have To power the Peavey RX22 HF Compressors, I will be using an Ampeg B2RE amp and will be using the EQ and every other means incorporated in the unit to cut out the lows.5)*As far as using the DSP features of the DriveCore Series, I didn't find data about the dB curve at the lowpass and highpass filter settings, but am almost positive that whichever setting is choosen, it will not be an absolute drop-off, or will it be; anyone know?
---------------------------------------------- Whoa!I think I might have said "Good-bye" too soon. I just got another really good response! I guess a person has to wade through a bunch of crap, before they get to the good stuff.Was this my initiation guys? Com'on.Art has led the way for the decent people, or was it our great moderator. Maybe moving this "out of wack" post was a very ingenious thing to do. All I remember is the last name Kerr. I'll be looking you up to thank you- for one reason, not stopping this maddness, just moving it. And for another, allowing me to answer back to those who make it a point to belittle other people by dazzling them by with all of their technical knowledge. We can go there, to that deep, dark place of formulas and factors, where you love to lurk, but how about starting in a simple place?Because now I see that at least there are two people that have enough heart to respond with a decent attitude, I will continue (regretfully to some) and try to start this thing all over.Thank you too, Don Boomer. I will read the rest of your post and figure out a way to talk with just you and Art. I can't figure out why the two of you have posted such nice responses and the others just didn't get it. Oh, well.
I didn't come here to make enemies; I came here to make friends. I came here to learn and possibly impart some of what I know to a few of you. I'm really not a bad guy...I can't figure out why the two of you have posted such nice responses and the others just didn't get it. Oh, well.
Hello all.I suppose you can call this my farewell speech.
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