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 on: Today at 08:44:40 am 
Started by John Roll - Last post by John Roll
Perhaps try a different mounting method? You could place the pole into the 635 first, then lift the cab and pole into place on the sub. This assumes two people doing the work. Another method would be to lay the sub down, insert the pole, then mount the 635 onto the pole while it's nearly laying down. Then, lift both speakers upright at the same time. This saves the problem of lifting a 60 lb cabinet up in the air.

When I had the QSC HPR 152s for tops, I used to have to do it by putting the pole in the cup in the speaker first then hoisting it up into the cup on the subs. Only me to do the work,though. Any recommendation for getting them down and the end of the night?? That's just as bad as the mounting....

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 on: Today at 08:33:40 am 
Started by Douglas R. Allen - Last post by Daniel Levi
And for lab gruppen PLM amps the warranty is transferrable.

Also in an installation the warranty (by prior agreement) can be changed to the date the install is finished giving the client the full 10 years.
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 on: Today at 08:29:11 am 
Started by Fraser Moffatt - Last post by Jamin Lynch
An IPad can be your best friend when adjusting monitors. It allows you to stand on the stage right next to the person who's mix you are tweaking. Makes for better communication.

Edit: That assumes you have a mixer with IPad capability.

Make sure the vocalist check their monitors at "singing volume" and not a whisper.

Don't wait on that slow drummer to get set up.  ;D  Go with whoever is ready. You don't always have to start with the kick drum on sound check.

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 on: Today at 08:28:33 am 
Started by David Allred - Last post by Ed Hall
That is exactly why I ALWAYS have a wired laptop connected. The tablet is a very nice feature for sure, but when a glitch happens I've only lost control until I can get to the laptop. Sound still passes and the show goes on.

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 on: Today at 08:19:03 am 
Started by John Roll - Last post by John Roll
are they sitting on top of subs?

Yes. QSC HPR181s

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 on: Today at 08:18:55 am 
Started by Douglas R. Allen - Last post by Steve Payne
I the age of computer everything, I doubt there is any product in our industry being manufactured today, beyond -maybe- speaker systems, that will have a useful, competitive life cycle of 10 years.  Unless I am failing to read something in the fine print, I find this warranty policy to be pretty jaw dropping.

...and, if I read the warranty correctly, this applies to all Music products, which would include Lab Gruppen and Turbosound.

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 on: Today at 08:18:51 am 
Started by David Allred - Last post by Jim McKeveny
this is why I continue to say that wireless mixing in NOT a replacement for wire

Mission-critical means mission-critical. "Want-to" should supplement, not replace "Need-to". Don't hit the beach in Normandy with an Android tablet off Alibaba and expect the batteries to be precharged...

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 on: Today at 08:14:22 am 
Started by Douglas R. Allen - Last post by Steve Payne
It looks like Midas has increased its warranty to 10 years on all products purchased after 1st of September 2014.  http://www.music-group.com/brand/midas/enterprise/warranty 
Even my M32r is covered by this.

Douglas R. Allen

I the age of computer everything, I doubt there is any product in our industry being manufactured today, beyond -maybe- speaker systems, that will have a useful, competitive life cycle of 10 years.  Unless I am failing to read something in the fine print, I find this warranty policy to be pretty jaw dropping. 

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 on: Today at 08:05:12 am 
Started by John Chiara - Last post by Jim McKeveny
I just don't see the point in a Bose array..........

There is a venue on a university campus .....

Tribalism. Think of the provenance: Amar Bose. MIT. It MUST be great!!

The Education install market is growing. We've already hit peak H.O.W.

Objective performance/real cost is waaaaay down the list of dealmaking criteria.

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 on: Today at 07:58:06 am 
Started by Fraser Moffatt - Last post by Steve M Smith
Something I have mentioned here before, but was only aware of in June this year.

Whilst setting up a band member's monitor level, every other band member who wants some of that input in their monitor, puts up their hand.  The hand stays up until they hear enough of it.  When all hands are down, it's time to move to the next input.


Steve.

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