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 on: Today at 07:19:54 pm 
Started by Chris Yoon - Last post by Tim McCulloch
No, we have this mixer at a location we rented out and was curious as a separate question. but we need to use this particular one.

Think my best bet is to use the 16x Omni Outs for each channel I want. I have a Motu Ultralite mk3, with 10 inputs so I'll have to unfortunately combine channels, mainly all drums, all backup vocals, and then do the rest of the instruments to make 10.

If you use all the Omni outputs you will have no PA.  I presume this does not matter.

 12 
 on: Today at 06:58:16 pm 
Started by Andy Thisse - Last post by Mark Cadwallader
How is the sub attached to the uni-strut members?  I see a single bolt per side, 2/3s or 3/4s of the way to the rear of the sub. What is that bolted to?

 13 
 on: Today at 06:43:05 pm 
Started by Chris Yoon - Last post by Chris Yoon
......... so instead of purchasing the right card(s) to work in your LS9, you prefer to just purchase another entire console?

-Ray

No, we have this mixer at a location we rented out and was curious as a separate question. but we need to use this particular one.

Think my best bet is to use the 16x Omni Outs for each channel I want. I have a Motu Ultralite mk3, with 10 inputs so I'll have to unfortunately combine channels, mainly all drums, all backup vocals, and then do the rest of the instruments to make 10.


 14 
 on: Today at 06:33:47 pm 
Started by Sam Costa - Last post by Mike Caldwell
According to EAW the factory default was for each woofer to be on separate pin sets.  IIRC the bottom woofer is on pins 1&2, top woofer on 3&4 with the Cannon connector and for SpeakOn, lower on pin set 1, top woofer on pin set 2.

If that is the pin per speaker arrangement that would explain the bottom woofer getting beat to death if the cabinet is used by someone just using an NL2 or a NL4 with pin set one only connected to their sub amp.
Of course assuming that the cabinet has not had the woofers paralleled together to pin set one.

 15 
 on: Today at 05:37:03 pm 
Started by Joseph Amodeo - Last post by Stephen Kirby
I've set up K-subs (with K-12 tops, it's what GC rented some friends) in a 600 seat, fairly damped, theater for a dance company recital and they worked pretty darn well.  Music for these runs the gamut from recent hip-hop to things they had on cassettes from years ago.  I heard more that one note.  In fact, I think my Cubo subs are peakier without eq.  Maybe QSC has tamed them in the DSP a bit.  My Yamaha DXS12 has more than one note in it as well.  Although I primarily use it as a drum sub so it wouldn't matter if it did.

 16 
 on: Today at 05:33:46 pm 
Started by Jeff Bankston - Last post by BrianHenry
And some of the high frequency rubs off on the walls of the insulation.

Yeah, those damn squares stick to the insulation. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j6fatjizjyU


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 17 
 on: Today at 05:30:05 pm 
Started by Jeff Bankston - Last post by Stephen Kirby
Think how hard the electrons have to work to make the turn.
We, you do have to be careful with RF test set ups not to let cables be bent too sharply.

Of course depending on your take, audio only has a bandwidth of 20-50kHz.

 18 
 on: Today at 04:59:34 pm 
Started by Mike Sokol - Last post by Stephen Kirby
The guy that buys 3 wire feeder cable to run xxx feet to his system.  If all of his gear will run on 240, it would be safer to run everything on 240 and use the third wire as a ground rather than bottlegging a neutral off of it. :D
Wouldn't that more likely be 208?  Same effect though.

There've been a few times when I've installed some industrial piece of equipment that actually did need 230-240 single phase.  And usually been a hassle finding it in the factory.  Usually end up putting a transformer in.

 19 
 on: Today at 04:54:02 pm 
Started by Mike Willis - Last post by Stephen Kirby
Many years ago I had a problem with an SMT machine that would randomly crash.  One fine day I happened to touch both the machine and the adjacent conveyor and felt a tingle.  Grabbed a meter and there was nearly 50VAC between the chassis'.  Enough that when the metal conveyors touched from vibrations that the brief spike cause something in the SMT machine to lose it's mind.  I traced it down to someone having pulled the conveyor's 110 service out of the dedicated box on the floor and inserted a cheap plastic power strip so they could also plug in a fan.  And the power strip had the ground prong broken out.
I don't know if what felt like a tingle to me touching the anodized conveyor rails (which provides some degree of insulation) might have done to someone with maybe a pacemaker getting the full effect of it.  Obviously I fixed it right away and explained to the operators and folks nearby that it was causing the machine to crash.  Since nobody had been "hurt" trying to explain the possibility to them would have gone nowhere.

 20 
 on: Today at 04:49:49 pm 
Started by Kane Mitchell - Last post by Steve Garris
OP is in Australia.

DXR and DSR are quite a bit dearer in Australia.  DBR12 can be had for a bit over $600, DXR12 for about $1000.

Yes, I was aware of that, but was hoping Mike knew of a dealer in Australia. Do they not have Yamaha or JBL dealers down under?

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