One rig my band has ended up playing on several times at festivals during the last couple of years has four SRX 722 over four SRX 728 per side, although outdoors. I was curious about how it would sound, given how much we discuss this here. The speakers were tight packed, not set up to cover the potential 300 degrees per side they could do. As I walked across the lawn while listening, I could definitely hear the combing. However, for most of the audience (standing in place), though it didn't sound equal everywhere, it was a fine experience. Kinda like Ivan mentioned earlier, it sounded like a lot of people expect the PA to sound. Yes it could have been more hi-fi; no, it was not terrible. If it were, the provider would not be hired for show after show, year after year.I dig the 2 per side set up personally, though... I'm with Bob on that. Cheers,Nils
I was running a show at Seattle's PrideFest this Sunday, and I've been running one of their stages for 8 years now. Previously, used 2 SRX725s per side, and while it was OK... the HF dropped off after about 100-125' since the audience area slopes down away from the stage. I was talking to my A1 about it (who has 722s) and his comment was that the HF dropping off was pretty much the one complaint he has about his 722s. Of course, people see them and are just like "that's it?" - but then he fires it up. Bang.This year, I upped the DJ stage rig to 4 per side of VT4888. Night. And. Day. Difference. Happy DJ promoter. Happy client (festival director). Happy production manager (also does other major events there at Seattle Center). Happy DJs. Budget increases for next year. And I learned the difference of the -x settings on the I-Tech VerTec presets.Just get the damn people off my 728s, will ya?!? :pLove the vt4888. I would need to figure out where to place them since I would not be flying in this room. Also, would one per side in in room mentioned work?-RayThis year,
Love the vt4888. I would need to figure out where to place them since I would not be flying in this room. Also, would one per side in in room mentioned work?
I wouldn't contemplate not flying them either. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
A dual PA is the way my rig is normally setup and has been for about 20 years.
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