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Author Topic: Danley TH118XL Anyone?  (Read 1023 times)

Kevin McDonough

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Re: Danley TH118XL Anyone?
« Reply #10 on: June 14, 2018, 06:34:26 am »

Certainly looks like a much more professional sack, 3 XLs with a 96 on top.

My only consideration would be it would be good that, when in that format, if there was a way to tilt the top box down a little, rather than firing 50% of the box's output up into the sky (when you have an audience at ground level of course. Other gigs may not need tilt).

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Re: Danley TH118XL Anyone?
« Reply #11 on: June 14, 2018, 08:22:38 am »

Certainly looks like a much more professional sack, 3 XLs with a 96 on top.

My only consideration would be it would be good that, when in that format, if there was a way to tilt the top box down a little, rather than firing 50% of the box's output up into the sky (when you have an audience at ground level of course. Other gigs may not need tilt).

K
With the 60* vertical, in many cases, little would be gained by aiming it down, except making it louder in the front.

It would depend on whether it was stacked on the ground or on a tall stage, the distance from the nearest listener to the furthest etc.  A quick Direct model would show what would happen.

Remember that the sound does not "stop" at the coverage angles, that is just the -6dB point.
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