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 on: Today at 12:45:23 am 
Started by Ray Aberle - Last post by Barry Singleton
I never got past 1st class, but I have a father's Eagle tie pin.

Good work David. Definitely something to be proud of.

I just got one of those myself. :)

Barry. 

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 on: Today at 12:39:23 am 
Started by Josh Weitkamp - Last post by Stephen Kirby
I'll go against the grain a little and say that I have siamese cables for my FOH runs.  Although only my tops are self powered.  Subs just have speaker cables running to them.  If both were powered I'd probably do the quad box behind the stack recommended here.  For multiple mix versatility I've been running a power stringer across the front of the stage for the wedges.  Then I can daisy chain them together or run them separately as needed.  Sends come off the front line sub snake.  Same thing with the drum monitor.  I used to run a siamese cable to it, but now I've just picking power off the backline power stringer (usually the bass player it over there and only uses one or two outlets on the quad box) and then picking the send off the drum sub snake (use gender reversers for this since that gives me more versatility to consume all the sub snake channels with inputs or use one for the monitor send.  When I use sidefills, I typically use the siamese cables.  Which I've made up myself so that they have Edison outlets and the end and I can string them in series when necessary.  Then a short pigtail to the IEC connector.

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 on: Today at 12:15:55 am 
Started by Josh Weitkamp - Last post by Rob Spence
I have 8 quad boxes with powercon in and out. Some have individual GCFI for the box, some do GCFI for itself plus downstream. Some are just quad boxes.
I gave a variety of powercon cables. 10', 15', & 25' do most of what I need.
I have a couple of outlet strips I have replaced the cord with a powercon inlet which I use at mix position. My distro has some powercon circuits for stage power and for my monitor amp rack.

I like powercon connectors. Inspectors seem to like em too. Oh, most of my power cables for gigs in public are #12 SOOW. Ya, some other gigs get SJ.

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 on: Today at 12:00:14 am 
Started by Markos Theodorou - Last post by Rob Spence
Unless I missed it, the OP hasn't said what the audio goals are.

Dance can mean many things. Does he need it loud? How loud? How about low? EDM levels? Big thump... or not?

Lots of suggestions but how do we know what he needs?


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 on: Yesterday at 11:46:09 pm 
Started by Scott Holtzman - Last post by Scott Holtzman
Peter Gabriel, hands down. He's not even close to my favorite artist, but his music is so rich and full and textured it would be really fun (with a bunch of rehearsal).



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His daughter Melanie is excellent also.  The first time I saw them put them in a harness and perform Downside Up suspended from a circular truss segment was amazing.


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 on: Yesterday at 11:44:31 pm 
Started by Rob Bernstein - Last post by Scott Holtzman
I agree the filters are probably IIR, but it was the mention of V5 that made me look at the processing in both models.  Rob's system can be processed in a simple manner that doesn't undo any of JBL's work and that is the goal.

I agree that you don't have to disable any of the V5 tunings, which David pointed out only apply to mid's and high's (I am still working my way around the math behind FIR's though I get the trips around the phase wheel for each tap and the accompanying phase shift).

Dumbing down the DRPA to xover only functionality still leaves it in the signal chain, adding an additional A/D and D/A conversion on a really average processor.


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 on: Yesterday at 10:29:26 pm 
Started by Ray Aberle - Last post by David Allred
I never got past 1st class, but I have a father's Eagle tie pin.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:22:56 pm 
Started by Rob Bernstein - Last post by Tim McCulloch
I highly doubt there is any FIR magic going on a SRX828.  The frequencies are just too low.  I know that FIR's are only used on mids and highs (not lows) on vertec.

I agree the filters are probably IIR, but it was the mention of V5 that made me look at the processing in both models.  Rob's system can be processed in a simple manner that doesn't undo any of JBL's work and that is the goal.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:52:39 pm 
Started by Scott Holtzman - Last post by eric lenasbunt
Peter Gabriel, hands down. He's not even close to my favorite artist, but his music is so rich and full and textured it would be really fun (with a bunch of rehearsal).



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 on: Yesterday at 09:33:43 pm 
Started by Rob Bernstein - Last post by David Sturzenbecher
Again, Jonathan doesn't mention the PA2.  Find it for me, please.

Rob does not lose the V5 presets in the SRX828sp no matter what.  Rob does not lose the inter-driver alignments, EQ or limiting in the PRX; processing that appears to be V4 dbx-based.  He already owns the PA2.  Let him use it as a learning tool and he can decide if he wants to put a 20 year old Ashly analog xover (a solid, basic choice) in the rig later.

I highly doubt there is any FIR magic going on a SRX828.  The frequencies are just too low.  I know that FIR's are only used on mids and highs (not lows) on vertec.

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