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Nitin Sidhu

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Question about EASE
« on: August 17, 2017, 01:26:01 pm »

Hello!

As I try and dabble in the install market. My primary clients would remain bars and clubs. Low frequency energy currently dominates. AFMG has a workshop in this country soon.

I understand EASE does not at this moment model LF frequencies, I remain curios as to why? MAPP XT does, in 2D.

Do other here who install regularly in high volume venues consider ease to be a essential, especially if you have client preferred installs from companies such as JBL, for only provide ease data. Thank you.

Regards,

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Re: Question about EASE
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2017, 03:17:42 pm »

Hello!

As I try and dabble in the install market. My primary clients would remain bars and clubs. Low frequency energy currently dominates. AFMG has a workshop in this country soon.

I understand EASE does not at this moment model LF frequencies, I remain curios as to why? MAPP XT does, in 2D.

Do other here who install regularly in high volume venues consider ease to be a essential, especially if you have client preferred installs from companies such as JBL, for only provide ease data. Thank you.

Regards,

EASE is the industry standard but it by no means provides the highest resolution nor the greatest frequency response capability of the available software.

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Re: Question about EASE
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2017, 04:53:30 pm »

Hello!

As I try and dabble in the install market. My primary clients would remain bars and clubs. Low frequency energy currently dominates. AFMG has a workshop in this country soon.

I understand EASE does not at this moment model LF frequencies, I remain curios as to why? MAPP XT does, in 2D.

Do other here who install regularly in high volume venues consider ease to be a essential, especially if you have client preferred installs from companies such as JBL, for only provide ease data. Thank you.

Regards,
I am not aware (I could be wrong) of any 3D program that does LF.

All sorts of things start to get weird as you go lower, might be the reason.
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