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 on: Today at 02:04:22 pm 
Started by Isaac South - Last post by Rob Spence
So, how do I know how far to turn the receiver down and how far to turn the mic down?  Should I just experiment, or is there a suggesting starting place?

Experiment.
If only very loud talking creates the problem, turn it down a little. If moderate volume causes the problem, turn it down more.
You can test immediately if you can cause the problem yourself.



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 on: Today at 01:53:09 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Keith Broughton
Iíve been making my living in this industry since early 90ís and thought I had a pretty good ear. We went into a studio today, listened to a gentlemanís voice recorded once in 48k, the second time was in 96k.  Played back through your choice of Genelec 8260ís or Focal SM9ís.

I couldnít tell the difference.

Then we did the same with a kick drum, cymbals, and a guitar. The only time I guessed right was on the cymbals.

I know Iíve read about the grand debate of 48/96/ or even 192.  But what was it that you heard the difference in between those settings?
If there is a difference to be heard, I would imagine it's the top end where the nuances might be revealed.
Unless it's a blind, or double blind, test, results can be very suspect.
 I have found 48 to be more than acceptable for 99% of what I do live.
Oddly enough, I have never had a corporate client be critical of the sample rate of my console :D

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 on: Today at 01:33:48 pm 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Brian Jojade
Carvin is closing.  They are doing what they can to maximize the $$ selling their remaining inventory.  Don't expect things to be predictable during this period.

Honestly, if you know that a manufacturer is closing their doors, why would you consider purchasing anything from them?  There will be NO post sales support if the company is closed down. Unless you can get product at throw away prices, it's hard to justify spending money with them.

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 on: Today at 01:28:19 pm 
Started by Kyle van dyk - Last post by Isaac South
I travel with a pair of Yamaha DSR112's.  Not sure if you can get those in your area, but I love mine.  I also have some alto's that I use for monitors.  I haven't really put the alto's to the test, but they work good for what I do (church music).

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 on: Today at 01:26:06 pm 
Started by Isaac South - Last post by Isaac South
No there is a rocker switch in the battery compartment to add gain at the mic (call offset) and adjust other settings.  On the receiver the gain is adjusted by up and down buttons on the front panel with the results on the display.

So, how do I know how far to turn the receiver down and how far to turn the mic down?  Should I just experiment, or is there a suggesting starting place?

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 on: Today at 01:14:33 pm 
Started by Nathan J Schwarzkopf - Last post by Nathan J Schwarzkopf
Can you talk to IT and get a SPAN (or sniffer) port on the switch in the Voice Vlan?  Use a free program called Wireshark to capture the traffic (or a Linux host with tcpdump) to a PCAP file. 

Place a call and capture the call.  You can then use the SIP trace function in Wireshark to step through the messaging.  I would also be glad to look at it.

So as it turns out the salesman for the job would rather drop a QSC (we have interfaced that several times with shoretel) than troubleshoot the BLU. 

Thanks for your effort and if you need anything Ill do what I can to help out.

Take care

Nathan

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 on: Today at 12:38:40 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Ivan Beaver
The only time I guessed right was on the cymbals.


Did you "guess" or did you pick?  Very different things.

Could you pick it out repeatably?

While there are differences in gear, the question "does it matter" much always come up.

Sometimes when listening to gear you can learn to hear the differences.

But that does not mean it is better, just different, and you have learned to recognize the differences.

But does that make it better?

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 on: Today at 12:26:50 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Al Rettich
Started using Intellievent recently.  Lots of little bugs. 

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 on: Today at 12:21:30 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Al Rettich
Iíve been making my living in this industry since early 90ís and thought I had a pretty good ear. We went into a studio today, listened to a gentlemanís voice recorded once in 48k, the second time was in 96k.  Played back through your choice of Genelec 8260ís or Focal SM9ís.

I couldnít tell the difference.

Then we did the same with a kick drum, cymbals, and a guitar. The only time I guessed right was on the cymbals.

I know Iíve read about the grand debate of 48/96/ or even 192.  But what was it that you heard the difference in between those settings?

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 on: Today at 12:19:53 pm 
Started by Steve Litscher - Last post by Steve Litscher
Like new - purchased in November of 2016 and used maybe 15 times at the most. Always stored in a road case in a climate controlled warehouse when not in use.

Includes:
- Qty 1: Enttec DMX USB Pro Mk2 controller (list = $220)
- Qty 2: Enttec Pro2 DMX Breakout cables (list = $25ea)
- Qty 1: Enttec Pro2 3MX + 2MIDI Breakout cable (list = $35)
- Qty 2: Enttec USB-mini to USB-B signal cables

Has current firmware and works perfectly. Needs nothing and is in excellent condition. The breakout cables have never been used and are still factory sealed.

New, you'd spend over $300 for this kit. Yours for $180, shipped to the lower continental US. I can accept PayPal, no extra fees charged. Ships from 53704, or local pick-up is available. Will be willing to deliver this within 1.5 hours of Madison, Wisconsin as well.

Why is it being sold? We switched to Martin-MPC/M-Play and no longer need this.

$180, shipped, firm.

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