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 on: Today at 04:07:07 pm 
Started by dave moldover - Last post by dave moldover
Anyone know if a Chauvet Rouge spot 1 or 2 will fit in the road case from Elation Platinum Spot 5R? Will have a chance to measure in a couple weeks but maybe someone has tried this already. Thanks.

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 on: Today at 04:00:27 pm 
Started by Cailen Waddell - Last post by Scott Helmke
We rent out a fair amount of systems - we use the Listen Tech 216MHz stuff, which is mono and not especially hifi, but it is cheap and reliable.

We used to have that Sennheiser infrared system, but it wasn't very reliable.

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 on: Today at 03:50:55 pm 
Started by Chrysander 'C.R.' Young - Last post by dick rees
I use my GLS ES57 - SM57 clone from time to time - its pretty good. Not actually a fake but an obvious clone of course with a slightly different look to an SM57 but my point is, they can sound half decent and can still have a use. Maybe just do something to them to easily distinguish them from the real thing and throw them in your mic box just in case.

I'm sure the band name "Half Decent" is already taken, but if not...DIBS!

Or maybe NDCNT...

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 on: Today at 03:48:57 pm 
Started by Cailen Waddell - Last post by Lee Buckalew
Thanks all - how about temporary systems outside.  Anyone?


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Assistance is required by ADA. 
We always had sign language interpreters for the festivals that I used to do.  The rules are much broader now although not that often enforced.

Current ADA says any area where aurally delivered services are provided (not just amplified services, this could be strictly acoustic sources) auxiliary aids and other services may be required.  This means that any aural communication, even music with no words (communication, not background music), in any public place must provide auxiliary aids and /or services.  These can be assisted listening devices, sign language interpreters, tactile interpreters, etc. 
This is an area generally left up to the venue and/or the producer.
Theatres in my area typically provide both assisted listening and sign language interpretation.

Lee

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 on: Today at 03:38:03 pm 
Started by Chrysander 'C.R.' Young - Last post by Debbie Dunkley
I use my GLS ES57 - SM57 clone from time to time - its pretty good. Not actually a fake but an obvious clone of course with a slightly different look to an SM57 but my point is, they can sound half decent and can still have a use. Maybe just do something to them to easily distinguish them from the real thing and throw them in your mic box just in case.

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 on: Today at 03:37:24 pm 
Started by BrettBarnes - Last post by lindsay Dean
     Website says windows based systems only.
Even if you get connected on windows, the software is probably locked by the installer.
  call the installer?

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 on: Today at 03:33:46 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by David Allred
Natively, the XR mixers do not incorporate channel safes in scene or snapshot storage. There are third party scene editors that allow you to do this. I have no experience with them myself.

Can you confirm if there is any dead air during the scene change? 

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 on: Today at 03:33:31 pm 
Started by Cailen Waddell - Last post by Cailen Waddell
Thanks all - how about temporary systems outside.  Anyone?


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 on: Today at 03:31:52 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by David Allred
Is this a marketplace only posting?
How do I close a post when I want the replies to end?

Thanks

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 on: Today at 03:31:14 pm 
Started by Daniel Ellis - Last post by Tim McCulloch
After Superfish, I don't bother with Lenovo. I currently run with a Dell Latitude E6440 fully spec'd out with i7, 16GB ram, and dual 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD that replaces the DVD drive. I previously had a HP EliteBook 8440p with i5, 8GB RAM and same dual 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD that replaces the DVD drive but it kept dropping the internal soundcard... but it was a really rugged laptop, better material than my current Dell.

TL,DR - Dell and HP business laptops are the pick.

"Superfish" was only on some Lenovo consumer products, and none of the profession/business class products - which is also true of the bloatware on Dell & HP computers - and Lenovo no longer has an association with Superfish Development.

I'd not be so fast to write off Lenovo or to claim that as a brand neither Dell or HP has or had similar adware.

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