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Wayne Garton

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Re: New subwoofer recommendations
« Reply #50 on: November 04, 2017, 09:23:14 pm »

Wayne

Hello from a fellow Kiwi living in the UK.
Can't understand why you went with a cheap Chinese brand, When more common brands are available in NZ
(Yes they may need to be shipped over)

The decision was made by the financial people because the job was part of a very large project re-furbishing the auditorium and that necessitated replacing the floor, aircons, fire-doors and lots more. I'm just picking up the pieces. The speakers were 2nd hand. So it is what it is!
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Richard Strothman

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Re: New subwoofer recommendations
« Reply #51 on: November 17, 2017, 03:18:19 am »

We have a medium size rectangular auditorium with a very high ceiling (seats about 350). Speakers are passive line arrays; 2 X Beta TLA's and 1 X Beta TLB's on each side. Under stage we have a home-made subwoofers which need replacing. They also need to fly since the kick and bass is being absorbed by about the first 10 rows. Crossovers are 2 X Driverack 260's (one on left and right)
Anyone know of some suitable overhead subs we could buy (either powered or passive)? Worship is modern, Hillsong/Bethel/Contemporary Music.

I am particularly fond of QSC KLA181s for flying subs. I use two per side with three QSC KLA12s flown per side lifted about twentysix feet above the floor. I ground stack two KW181s and two KLA12s below the lift but on a platform anchored on the lifts legs. The KLA12s on the ground stack are on 36” poles and are set to the down angle. For center and side fills we use different mixtures of QSC KW153s, or KW122s over KSubs depending on the size and shape of the room. There is sufficient power across all frequencies to fill a fairly large venue. My church’s sanctuary is similar to yours and this rig fills it very well for the Hillsong style music played in or Sunday morning services. For teen and young adult programs on Saturday nights I double up the f.o.h. because we frequently have bands like We Are Vessel, As We Are, Red Letter Hymnal or Shine Effect, i.e., loud.
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