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 on: Today at 10:08:02 am 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Scott Helmke
ITale a short length of 3/8" (rod or cut off bolt) and JB weld it into the 1/2 " hole on the clamp shaft.
Use the mic clip adapter that comes with microphones.
Done!

The one in the photo is where I just drilled through that shaft and tapped it for 3/8".

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 on: Today at 10:07:02 am 
Started by Keith Broughton - Last post by Riley Casey
OK, so you really are asking how to interface a telephone handset to a standard intercom beltpak and not talking about interfacing a com system to a POTS telephone circuit. Duly noted.

Here you go. 

http://prointercomllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Cut_HH10_PRO.pdf




 
Sounds like a good solution.

So here is what I'm looking for...
Grab a com belt pack, available where any com system is set up.
Build a cheap and compact device to interface the headset connector of the com pack to the handset connection of any phone available.
Not expensive, not requiring the phone line, not requiring extra computers or other specialty gear.
Simple ...cheap... effective.(maybe not perfect...)
At this point, I have a concept and as far as I can tell, no one here has responded with having done something similar.
Will try it our and post results...(or failure) ;D

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 on: Today at 10:05:31 am 
Started by Robert Lofgren - Last post by glide-bpm
There is a thread on the Behringer forum about this.
You can download:  AOMEI partition standard edition 6.6
This tool allows you to format a 64 Gig card as FAT32 (and it still reads as 64 gig).

I did this 2 nights ago and it worked perfectly.

I did some sample recording to ensure the card worked properly.
I set my card to record 16 tracks and (in the x32 app) it shows I have 5 hours and 41 minutes of track time.

There are others stating on that other thread that they have done the same thing and have tracked over 4 hours successfully.

I just took my Lexar 256GB card from my 4K camcorder and formatted it last night FAT32.
X32 showed the correct hours (over 11h for 32ch, over 23h for 16ch).

I started a dummy recording (16ch) and am letting it run for close to 23h before I'll kill it.
It had already clocked over 6 hours this morning and time was still counting up/down for
time recording/time left on SD card.

It's a Lexar Class 10 rated up to 95MB/s read/write transfer speed.
I think Behringer will not officially support it due to SD card standards for manufacturers, but
if the user gets it to work, more power to them.  They may support SDXC in future firmware
revisions, but I doubt it.

If it makes 23h+ recording, I'll post the results.  Next gig, I'll slap it on record before we start and
not stop it to break it into sessions.  That should give me over 6 hours of real time recording of
actual 16ch audio when I do that.  I'll make sure there are no glitches in audio.  Will probably
run it 32ch mode to stress it as much as possible even though we'll only have actual musical audio
on 16ch.

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 on: Today at 10:05:25 am 
Started by Geir Eivind Mork - Last post by Mike Caldwell
Without looking at the control software I'm going to say that any panning/balance control would have to be from using two separate level controls, one for left and the other for right and controlling the panning or balance between the levels of the two controls.
I'm not sure the Intelix unit is still a current model.

Does your "mixing" have to be continuously variable in real time or could preset scenes to recall work.

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 on: Today at 10:05:09 am 
Started by Merlijn van Veen - Last post by Merlijn van Veen
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 on: Today at 10:03:28 am 
Started by Dennis Wiggins - Last post by Dennis Wiggins
Sure, you could do that. Headphone level is close enough to line level to work, and the lower source impedance is not a bad thing to have either.

If you really wanted to have fun you could send a mono signal in the left input, and a polarity inverted signal into the right input. Then your outputs will all be balanced mono.

I had planned to send a L/R signal using common XLR (unbal) to fanout at the far end.  Testing would prove how noisy that might be. However, a mono balanced (thanks for the explanation, Keith) may be what I really need.

-Dennis

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 on: Today at 10:01:42 am 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by TJ (Tom) Cornish
And after all these years the competition still has not achieved feature parity.
Which X32 "features" are those? The audio dropouts/explosions due to Ethernet cable sensitivity?  The lack of a touch screen? The inflexible routing?  :)

The X32 was the first digital mixer to not suck too much at a <$4000 price point.  Other than that, I'm unaware of any features the X32 has on the current Soundcrafts and A&H desks.  The SQ series has been out for 5 minutes.  They'll fix the IPad control bug soon, I'm sure.

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 on: Today at 09:58:43 am 
Started by Keith Broughton - Last post by Riley Casey
I've been wondering how I got tagged in this thread in the first place.

The reason might be that it doesn't answer the original question of wanting to use the handset connection.
There is a reason I asked the question with this specific parameter. ;)

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 on: Today at 09:57:08 am 
Started by John Ferreira - Last post by Chris Grimshaw
Ok, here's my "creative" work in progress, although creative is really stretching it...it's more just taking things i like from stuff I have, and recombining / re-purposing.


Hi Mark,

If you can get a dimensioned sketch of the internals to me, I'd be happy to throw together a Hornresp simulation and see what you've come up with.

Chris

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 on: Today at 09:47:56 am 
Started by John Ferreira - Last post by Mark Wilkinson
Ok, here's my "creative" work in progress, although creative is really stretching it...it's more just taking things i like from stuff I have, and recombining / re-purposing.

It's a ground-stack, designed-to-array, modular main, meant for easy one person transport and set up....and of course to make more noise
Basically, it's the drivers from Peter Morris's DIYs, put in two boxes that stack up to mimic Peter's double 10" and Jeff's 3TX, but using double 12's. It's also Peter's recommended x-over points etc.  Guys, please accept the old 'imitation is the sincerest form of flattery' accolade :)

I wouldn't be thinking this design has anything to do with creative, except for a few little twists.
 
I've put the compression driver and its horn in a box of their own, with rubber feet on the front of the box that fit into recesses on the top of the mid box, and a rear swivel jack bolt that allows a variable downward angle. So I get easy down tilt for 650Hz up...(xover to CD)

Also, by making the CD & horn box separate, I can change coverage patterns really easy.  The first pict shows 4 different horns...folks might recognize the horns from the PM90 and PM60, and the 3TX 60 & 90. 

The 12"s mid box is a "I don't really know what type it is"...I guess maybe a tapered pipe.  Rear volume expands top down to port.
My measuring skills are a lot better than my modeling skills, so I just used trial and error to get the best raw response I could. 
It's size and angles were determined by the size of the box for the largest CD/horn I wanted to use, and specifically the splay angle that measured best for that. Easy to array was one of the main objectives.
 
The mid weighs 47lbs without grill. The CD box weighs 23lbs with the heaviest driver/horn.
The combo is 48" tall, which puts the horn center almost 3 1/2 ft above the subs.
They're light enough I can carry them up a step ladder to stack on top of subs 6ft high, if I want to go that high.
It's totally a ground stack idea....I just couldn't get comfortable last season with near 80lb boxes on stands, even on fairly robust st-132's.
Debbie's recent pole dancer story reconfirmed my paranoia  lol

I haven't been able to do a mid section sensitivity comparison to the PM boxes yet, but it appears it's gonna be closer than i hoped.  The horns are the same, so it should be a pretty loud box. I heard  the PM60 against a srx 835p and there was at least a 6dB difference I think. 
I'm hoping two of my stacks a side will crank some serious lounge level volume.

I know there are no doubt a million ways I could improve this design...it's a first try for me, built around specific compromises. Go easy on me !
Looking forward to making off-axis measurements.  On axis tuning sounds great so far....



 

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