I didn't know the Bi-amp gear was still current as I mostly see units that apper to be quite old. I sort of lump Bi-amp in with Dukane gear as being somewhat obscure and with questionable audio quality. I will admit this is an unfounded preconception with no basis in actual experience. Both those brands might be very solid. In an event, I am a little leery of gear with "modules" for portable use.
Our new arena downtown uses Bi-Amp Audia/Nexia for system processing and control.I used to own a Bi-Amp 16:4:2 mixer. Discreet component preamps, good choice of input EQ freqs. Was fun to mix on. Bi-Amp wised up and found there was real money in the install world when compared to the pittance in the music/pro-sumer market.
If only they had something better than the red1 for controlSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
If only they had something better than the red1 for control
I can't believe how many good choices there seem to be from the install market. In the mobile or "concert sound" market there seem to be a lot fewer and they often have more limited features.
They do, it's called "Crestron"
Nope - I refuse to install closed systems in our venues where I need a factory technician to make updates. If I can't download the software, so we can re-label a button, or change our something else on our own, we will not install it. Example, we changed our a DVD player to a newer model when the old one broke. New one does rs232 control but differently than the old (not surprising) but the cost of having the programming in the crestron updated exceeds the cost of the DVD player. I made the mistake once and We have one crestron system in use and I can't wait to take it out back and go office space on it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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