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 on: Today at 03:31:12 pm 
Started by Cailen Waddell - Last post by Nathan Grater
We have assisted listening systems in all of our theatres as well. Their content is normally from a heavily compressed and EQ'd ambient mic system. When we do musicals or other events that require extra high ineligibility, we use a board feed. For most of our touring events the ambient mic will do. I have never had a touring group have any concern of the assisted listening system. I have always made the decision to use a board feed instead.

I want to echo what Justice has said. Infrared listening systems (we have the Sennheiser system as well) do not sound good. When the signal is lost from the transmitter, the already present static increases to excruciatingly loud levels. Don't even get me started on the insanity of induction loops!

If you ever get an RF system installed Justice, I would love to hear your review of it. I may try pushing our space with the oldest system to this when we upgrade.

 12 
 on: Today at 03:29:19 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by David Winners
I don't know how the XR handles it but what you're looking for is usually called "recall safe" which prevents the selected channel or parameter(s) from being changed by a scene recall.
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.

 13 
 on: Today at 03:28:36 pm 
Started by Tim Weaver - Last post by dick rees
Neither of those cabinets, SH95 or the Go2 8cx, are easy to get to on the web site. They are not listed under the speaker category that I can find. I had never heard of either model.


 14 
 on: Today at 03:25:46 pm 
Started by mambo156 - Last post by dick rees
Call Dr. Sheldon Cooper

555-555-1212

 15 
 on: Today at 03:25:13 pm 
Started by Daniel Ellis - Last post by Thomas Le
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.

 16 
 on: Today at 03:23:51 pm 
Started by Tim Weaver - Last post by David Winners
Along those lines but smaller...

Last week I was fortunate to be able to demo an SH95 with the TH Mini sub. All in all, this is a compact and cost efficient system that is surprisingly capable in output level. While it is no SH50, it is much smaller and lighter.

If you were looking for even lower cost a pair of Go2 8cx with stand adapters mounted to the yoke bracket. This way you can get the height you need to cover an area and the down tilt you would want if you run the stands way up in the air. Of course a couple TH Mini's or TH Mini15's would make a great low end for this setup.

Neither of those cabinets, SH95 or the Go2 8cx, are easy to get to on the web site. They are not listed under the speaker category that I can find. I had never heard of either model.

 17 
 on: Today at 03:11:07 pm 
Started by Chrysander 'C.R.' Young - Last post by Ray Aberle
Would trying to remove the Sennheiser branding and just selling them as unbranded work if it's possible then there can be no question that they are genuine Sennheisers.
The shape would still be a giveaway as to what brand they purport to be. I think it would be better to be absolutely open with the disclosure as to what they are (or aren't).

-Ray

 18 
 on: Today at 03:04:01 pm 
Started by mambo156 - Last post by lindsay Dean
Real name must be used to post, read the rules.
 Thanks and welcome

 19 
 on: Today at 03:03:40 pm 
Started by Chrysander 'C.R.' Young - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
I am not selling them at this time.  Just soliciting advice on what to do with them.  I prefer not to keep them as I have no use for the Fakeheisers, but, yes, donating them did cross my mind - with full disclosure, of course.
Yes, but still deface/remove the plagiarized logos...

JR

 20 
 on: Today at 03:01:52 pm 
Started by mambo156 - Last post by mambo156
Hi guys (n girls)

this is my first post here so forgive me if i put it in the wrong category - just let me know.

I am havin trouble updating a Yamaha RIO3224. It is on
RIO version: 3:00
Dante: 3.8.0.24
I can manage to update the dankte software but the RIO lets me down every time. I've tried going back to Version 3.0 (Rio) but the Yamaha updatre cannot make a connection even tough Dante controller can see the RIO and i can ping it on the network.

Any suggestions on how to maybe revert to an even older firmware or on what could be the problem with my LAN settings?

Any help is greatrly appreciated - i need the thing on 4.1 by tomorrow for an event and have allready spent 4h+ on it :-(

m

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