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Ray Aberle

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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #110 on: August 29, 2016, 10:21:11 pm »

In other words, Stephen, if the speakers were clipping with one per side, and you add a second speaker, CHANGING NOTHING ELSE-- they'll both be clipping at that point, since the input level is the same.

Since after adding the second speaker per side you were no longer clipping, clearly you turned it down at that point. However, the second set of speakers would have added 3dB max to your overall level, which is barely perceptible.

Soooooo....

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Scott Carneval

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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #111 on: August 29, 2016, 11:07:43 pm »

The center of the drivers must be within 1/4 wavelength for constructive addition to occur. The speakers are 21.4" wide, so the highest frequency at which you would experience constructive addition is 158hz. You will gain approximately 6db but only from roughly 80hz (factory crossover) to 158hz. Essentially you're just muddying up the sound, but it WILL be louder. There will also be many peaks and valleys in the frequency response due to comb filtering. So while it will sound louder it will also sound much worse. I guess it depends on what's important to you.


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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #112 on: September 09, 2016, 02:10:36 am »


1x SH96
3x TH118

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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #113 on: September 09, 2016, 06:09:35 pm »

a rig we deployed recently for a wedding in upstate new york :)
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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #114 on: September 26, 2016, 09:17:17 am »

My Personal Wedding (2 laptops because I did a short set so our families could see me DJ)


Bank of America/ Ritz Carlton Urban Gardens in Charlotte, NC


Same system from my wedding but I was DJing a wedding for someone



DJ Gear
2 - Tech 1200mk2
1 - Rane 62

Audio
2 - SRX 835 (4 in middle pic)
2 - SRX 828 (4 in middle pic)
1 - EV ZXA5 for DJ Monitor

Lighting
2 - Chauvet LED Q-Spot 160
4 - Blizzard RGBAW Puck
4 - Cheap lights I had the promoter purchase that actually worked better than I expected (middle pic only)

How many srx835 can keep up with 4 srx828? can 2 srx835's keep up with 4 srx828 or do you need 3 splayed on top of 4 srx828 stood up vertically?
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Nathan Riddle

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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #115 on: September 28, 2016, 05:54:25 pm »

Our setup for local high school homecoming.

3x Danley TH118
2x SRX835p
4x RGBAW+UV LED Zoom moving head
4x 10R B280 Spot + Beam + Wash hybrid
6x Blizzard Q6W
8x RGBW LED 7 x 10w
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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #116 on: June 10, 2017, 09:31:29 am »

Greetings from Victoria, BC, Canada!  :)

I do mostly small to medium sized weddings, corporate parties, and school dances.

You can find me at www.chrispoynter.ca

This is my main system. I also have a few other lights, speakers, mics, etc., that I use for smaller set-ups, wedding ceremonies, live-sound, etc.

Sound
- (2) JBL SRX315P
- (1) Pioneer DDJ-RZ Controller
- (1) Macbook Pro (running Pioneer Rekordbox)
- (1) Pioneer HDJ-2000mk2 Headphones
- (1) Sennheiser EW-D1-835S Wireless Handheld

Lighting
- (2) Chauvet Intimidator Spot 355z IRC Moving Heads
- (4) ADJ Dotz Par lights
- (1) ADJ Warlock
- (1) Ultratec Radiance Hazer
- (1) Macbook Pro (running ADJ myDMX 3.0)

Cheers!
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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #117 on: July 31, 2017, 02:59:34 am »

Sorry for the dark picture.

High school dance for 900 students.

Turbosound Floodlight, 4xTFL-760Ht and 4x TSW-718 driven by Labgruppen and Powersoft.
Pioneer DJM-800 with XDJ-1000 players.

8x Beam, 6 x Wash, 2x Quad Phase HP, 4 x LED pars, 2x SGM X5

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Jeff Lelko

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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #118 on: July 31, 2017, 06:51:13 am »

Sorry for the dark picture...

Sorry, this is one of my pet peeves - is there a reason why the tripod legs of your light stands are barely open? I don't buy the usual tripping hazard excuse as there are many ways around that. While your rig isn't massive by any means, that's still a lot of weight you do not want tipping over and killing someone...  I also wouldn't cantilever your truss that much, but without loading details that's just a subjective opinion.
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Peter Hvedstrup

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Re: DJ System Pics
« Reply #119 on: July 31, 2017, 08:14:21 am »

Sorry, this is one of my pet peeves - is there a reason why the tripod legs of your light stands are barely open? I don't buy the usual tripping hazard excuse as there are many ways around that. While your rig isn't massive by any means, that's still a lot of weight you do not want tipping over and killing someone...  I also wouldn't cantilever your truss that much, but without loading details that's just a subjective opinion.

The legs are spred more than adequate and the distance between tripods is also within manufactures specs. They are rated for 100 kgs each and there is barely 120 kgs of stuff hanging including cables. We both are certified riggers that take these matters very seriously.
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