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 on: Today at 11:42:55 am 
Started by Rusty Stevens - Last post by Matt Martin
There was some discussion on this site about 2 SRX818's vs. 1 SRX828, but my searches are not finding it right now.

If I recall, one guy did say that he could hear a marked difference in favor of the 828. Though, I wouldn't know why. I would assume that an 818 is just an 828 cut in half. (?)

Also, the 818 has pole mounts, if that's your thing. I wouldn't think sound wise there should be much of a difference. 828 is bulkier and a little harder to maneuver around at some gigs, but the 818 means more wiring for basically the same results.

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 on: Today at 11:28:16 am 
Started by David Pedd - Last post by Chris Hindle

Regarding the production side, as a younger member of this community, I have always wanted to hear more stories about experiences that caused "no proprietary speaker systems" to be so ubiquitous with legacy acts. I totally understand that "back in the day" the plethora of off-the-shelf systems now available didn't exist, so many built their own--some great, some not so great. I would love to see pictures and hear stories about the monstrosities that were seen on some gigs.

THAT was exactly the problem.
Then, people started buying name brand, so they would be "accepted".
Sorry, a stack of Peavey SP-1 does not fill an arena.
Hence, "No home-built, No Peavey, No etc."

I mixed on many Frankizilla brand way back in the day. sometimes it worked, sometimes i disconnected every second box, and made the best of it.

Chris.

 23 
 on: Today at 10:38:43 am 
Started by Tracy Stewart - Last post by Tim Weaver
There's nothing special about them, but there's nothing really wrong either. They are very basic speakers. Built kinda decently, with *I think* Eminence drivers. They typically have plywood cabinets. Not sure if it's Birch or just pine.

 24 
 on: Today at 10:30:05 am 
Started by BrianHenry - Last post by Alan Halverson
Hi Alan,

Thanks for the reply. That is an interesting solution, however we don't use charts on stage so there is no ipad. I may be misunderstanding your setup, but would that not be the same as just choosing the playback button for a song directly in MPC? This would be my fallback solution if I can't solve the advance to next issue as I am running MPC off a touchscreen Surface 3. Still hoping to boil this down to only one or two midi commands.

Yes, the release can be selected in your cuelist options dialog. You might find it to be less work than building in a release command to each cuelist, although your solution is pretty clever.

Yes, you're right that having the MPC in front of you and clicking the playback would be the same thing as sending the MIDI from the iPad. I was just relaying how I was attacking the problem, and I already had the iPad setlist happening. I'd check in with the Martin forum about the nuances of external MIDI control you'd like to have.

Thanks for the info about the cuelist options. It wasn't too hard to do it with the macro - I built it once and then copy/pasted the cuelist a bunch of times so every one of them had the same first two cues.

 25 
 on: Today at 10:25:35 am 
Started by Steve Loewenthal - Last post by Mark Wilkinson
You might find the midas m32 manual a little clearer that the x-32 one....I did...differences are minor

https://media.music-group.com/media/PLM/data/docs/P0B3I/M32_M_EN.pdf

 26 
 on: Today at 09:41:37 am 
Started by Rusty Stevens - Last post by Gordon Brinton
Just curious, have you had the opportunity to compare two 818's to one 828?? I haven't, but have wondered about that comparison, just for knowledge sake if nothing else. Thanks again!

There was some discussion on this site about 2 SRX818's vs. 1 SRX828, but my searches are not finding it right now.

If I recall, one guy did say that he could hear a marked difference in favor of the 828. Though, I wouldn't know why. I would assume that an 818 is just an 828 cut in half. (?)

 27 
 on: Today at 09:07:27 am 
Started by xtr3m3 - Last post by Mac Kerr
Hi to all!
I received in compensation a LED rgb stage floodlight (or how u call it). it appears to be a chinese one but of a relatively good quality.
the problem is that the guy who gave it to me didn't give me the power cable, i mean i dont have the right adapter to connect to the fixture connector.
I enclosed some picture for you to see, the outter diameter of the connector is about 23mm, the inner diameter about 17mm. Can anyone identify the kind of connector that is used? i tried to google it but with no luck.

On this link you can find the images of the floodlight in question http://imgur.com/a/nAcY5

Thanks in advance!

Please go to your profile and change your displayed name to conform with the rules of these forums.

Mac

 28 
 on: Today at 08:08:17 am 
Started by Len Zenith Jr - Last post by John Fruits
Goodness, I will be nice and not make a comment about the cable with the conduit box.  I do wonder if he should be trusted with Speakon and Powercon yet.

 29 
 on: Today at 07:41:29 am 
Started by xtr3m3 - Last post by xtr3m3
Hi to all!
I received in compensation a LED rgb stage floodlight (or how u call it). it appears to be a chinese one but of a relatively good quality.
the problem is that the guy who gave it to me didn't give me the power cable, i mean i dont have the right adapter to connect to the fixture connector.
I enclosed some picture for you to see, the outter diameter of the connector is about 23mm, the inner diameter about 17mm. Can anyone identify the kind of connector that is used? i tried to google it but with no luck.

On this link you can find the images of the floodlight in question http://imgur.com/a/nAcY5

Thanks in advance!

 30 
 on: Today at 07:23:09 am 
Started by Tracy Stewart - Last post by Tracy Stewart
I am looking at purchasing 4 of these monsters for my outdoor shows.  They are very heavy but I think they will do well with long throw.  I am using RCF EVOX-12 mains right now but just need a little more umph for the larger audiences.  Does anyone have any experience with these or any of the OAP line?  What amps would I need to run on them?  Thanks for the input.

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