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 11 
 on: Today at 08:11:58 am 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by David Allred
As to the 100 pound load, that's a minimum proposed load FOR THE MOMENT.  Once in place, there is nothing to prohibit anyone from hanging whatever or using the truss for hoisting who knows what.  Creating such a potential point of failure is NOT a good idea.

That could said about anything, making nothing safe. 


 12 
 on: Today at 07:36:07 am 
Started by Steve Loewenthal - Last post by Steve Loewenthal
Buy your wife some flowers and butter her up!
That's how I got my new X32 compact. That only works 1 time per calendar year. (max) :)

 13 
 on: Today at 05:53:02 am 
Started by Kev Parker - Last post by Kev Parker
One more quick question, I notice the original part code is d90 at the end and the link you sent has a different code.  Is that because the d90 is an OEM part code specifically for Powersoft?

Thanks

Really really sorry but I just noticed that the d90 is 80x80x15mm and the a71gl is 80x80x25mm.  Does that matter ie does it still fit?

Thanks

Kevin

 14 
 on: Today at 05:31:31 am 
Started by Luke Geis - Last post by valeso
The world has better maths now.  Or maybe all the other magic going on in the MLA created constraints not found in a simpler product.

I'd be surprised if a vendor provided a firmware upgrade for this, even if their older silicon could run a newer algorithm.

Too easy for there to be mixed fleets of upgraded/not-upgraded boxes, or bugs being introduced into a reliable product.

I think you are absolutely right

 15 
 on: Today at 05:30:18 am 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Bob Faulkner
You have the RMS limiter set far, far too high.  I'd suggest 1/3 or less.  The attack and release are right.
The Crown documentation states to use the "continuous" rating of the speaker for the RMS setting (which is the 1600); this seems right, but I'm open to learning what it actually should be.

For the peak limit, this is the one that doesn't "add up"!  Any recommendations on this? 

 16 
 on: Today at 05:28:50 am 
Started by Sean Brown - Last post by valeso
a rig we deployed recently for a wedding in upstate new york :)

Looks like an great System

 17 
 on: Today at 05:21:09 am 
Started by Jon Roelfs - Last post by dick rees
Use the post-fader aux for your main program feed and use your RCA mains recording feed for...recording.

 18 
 on: Today at 05:17:10 am 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by dick rees
Tom your comments are interesting and true, I have seen cinder block basement walls fail on grout lines.  However I have to ask,we are talking about a 100 lbs or so on a structural concrete wall. HVAC contractors hang the ductless units on the side of buildings over public sidewalks in the city without an engineering consult and these pass inspection.  Not trying to advocate irresponsibility just trying to reconcile common practices.

No, we are talking about a CINDER BLOCK wall.  As to the 100 pound load, that's a minimum proposed load FOR THE MOMENT.  Once in place, there is nothing to prohibit anyone from hanging whatever or using the truss for hoisting who knows what.  Creating such a potential point of failure is NOT a good idea.


 19 
 on: Today at 04:15:44 am 
Started by Sean Mormelo - Last post by Sean Mormelo
Mint, never gigged in original box.

$2k Shipped to ConUS


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 20 
 on: Today at 04:14:23 am 
Started by Sean Mormelo - Last post by Sean Mormelo
Consists of:
2 RM32AI rack mounted Consoles $800 each
CS18 Control Surface with road case
MOTU AVB Switch

Mint, never left studio shipped in original boxes

$3000 FIRM Shipped from Orlando FL


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