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 on: Today at 03:45:01 am 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by MikeHarris
Debbie...the 'extras in the box' you speak of are not extras but different HF response caps. Yes they do come off easily

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 on: Today at 03:43:54 am 
Started by Daniel Nickleski - Last post by Tim Hite
I'm an RCF dealer, as well. The J8 sounds fine and is an pretty great deal at $999 MAP. The wood version is just fantastic. I prefer the EVOX 8 to the EVOX 12 or 5.

Next bump up the product line would be the RCF NXL-24 with subs, but that's a huge step up in cost.

Have you tried the newer J8 system yet?

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 on: Today at 03:40:20 am 
Started by Gordon Brinton - Last post by MikeHarris
Wouldnt a DXR8 do the job ? Could do triple duty as bar delay..small FOH fill or monitors

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 on: Today at 03:33:36 am 
Started by Gordon Brinton - Last post by Tim Hite
RCF TT52 works well on these stands. Would be a bit over your $1000 budget. RCF TT51 should hit your budget and do exactly what you're looking for, though.

RCF EVOX J8, the new poly box EVOX line would easily hit your budget and have a lot of other good things going for them.

Yep, I had already considered a flat stand and didn't see the need to ask about that here. Also considering the possibility of a column array with small sub. Thanks.

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 on: Today at 03:26:37 am 
Started by Jesper Kragh - Last post by Tim Hite
RCF 8004 is great, Should give you what you need with the 745's. RCF 9004 is even better, absolutely ripping sub. Has front mount dolly board with casters, which is nice.

I think the RCF 905 will leave you in the same spot you're in now.


Hello all

This is my first post on these forums, so please be gentle :D

I currently have two RCF 745A's and two EV EKX 15SP's and i loooove the sound of the system. But the system is ofcourse underpowered with those subs. I originally bought them because they would fit in my last car.

Now i want to upgrade my subs to something that will fit the tops better. The ones i have been looking at so far are:

2 x RCF SUB 905-AS II
2 x RCF SUB 8003-AS II
1 x RCF SUB 8004-AS (And maybe get one more later, when money allows it)
1 x JBL SRX828SP
2 x JBL JBL SRX818SP
2 x EV ETX 15sp

They are used exclusively for electronic music. I don't have much experience in putting a system together, but i do like the tight sound of the 15" drivers in my ekx's, they just arent loud enough.

Do any of you have any recommendation regarding the subs above, or maybe even some i haven't yet looked at. I'm situated in Denmark, so no US only subs please :)

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 on: Today at 03:20:55 am 
Started by Gordon Brinton - Last post by Steve M Smith
It's a bar, who cares? Most of the patrons who care about the live music do not sit in dark cornersor hidey-holes.  If the person signing the cheque isn't complaining you're just making work for which you are not being paid.

Exactly this.  Plus, I like to be able to get away from the full on sound if I want to, when in a bar.


Steve.

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 on: Today at 03:08:49 am 
Started by Conrad Muzoora - Last post by Conrad Muzoora
Dear Labsters,
Sincere greetings.
I need advice on a direct source of good quality aftermarket recone kits for my company. The main speakers that fail from time to time are my evx 180B (I have about 26 of these), DL12BFH (i have about 20 of these), ev dl 10x (Have about 20 of these in my MTH boxes) and the EV DL 15ST in my qrx boxes (Have about 16 of these). I have traditionally bought from vendors in the US but as you can see am located in Africa, this comes in expensive and i mostly have to re-ship etc.
The good ones i have come across seem to be made in Thailand and they come close to the factory standards. As you can imagine the factory ones from EV are prohibitively expensive (But i always bite the bullet and buy the high frequency diaphragms from them because the aftermarket have never performed in that area).
Any good samaritan that can link me up to an Asian supplier who can ship directly to me would be greatly appreciated.
Conrad
www.koolevents.co.ug

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 on: Today at 01:55:12 am 
Started by Steve Bunting - Last post by Daniel Levi
Or another option is wireless midi, esp. if it's the modern korg unit as you could use a microkorg as a sound module
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 on: Yesterday at 11:06:31 pm 
Started by Matt Davis - Last post by Matt Davis
Your desired projection area is about 170 sq ft.  A general rule of thumb is 50 lumens per sq ft, which comes up at about 8500 lumens.

Keep in mind that your desired projection shape is non-standard - 20’ wide by 8.5’ tall.  This gives you two coverage options - either two projectors blended in the middle, or one projector cropped to fit the screen, meaning you’re going to throw a lot of light (and pixels) away above and/or below your desired projection area.  The height of a typical 16:9 20’ screen would be about 11’ tall, so you’re throwing away about 25% of your light and your vertical pixels.  To get back to the 50 lumens per sq ft taking into account the wasted output above and below your screen shape, you would need an 11,000 lumen projector for normal brightness.

The other factor is resolution.  Stretching a 1920x1080 projector to this dimension gives you about 800 pixels of vertical resolution - 1920x800.  1920 pixels divided by 20’ gives you 8 pixels per inch.  You will have to decide if that’s sharp enough for your purpose.

If at all possible, I would explore two smaller projectors edge blended.  This will help with your shorter throw, but optical quality will matter.

I would get a real projection expert in sooner rather than later.  I think your $7,000 budget is probably significantly low for what you really need.

Okay, that makes sense. The people that are in charge of the redesign are apparently really set on having an extra wide screen. My initial thought was edge blending, but I know someone who said his church achieved the same thing with one projector at about $9k.

Realistically, how large of a picture could you get in 2:39:1 and still have it be bright enough with around a $7k budget?
If we do go with a multi projector setup, is this doable with something more affordable, like the Sony VPL-PHZ10?

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 on: Yesterday at 09:21:38 pm 
Started by scottstephens - Last post by Henry Cohen
So rule of thumb anything 300 MHz or up should be good with 1 m of separation.

And for you imperialists, 2' (24") at UHF frequencies is a good rule of thumb.

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