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 on: Today at 10:55:30 pm 
Started by Rusty Stevens - Last post by Callan Browne
I expect 818 v 828 difference is not so much what you get in terms of output, but other considerations, epically if you weigh up one 828 against 2 818's.

For example,  Pole mount, single point of failure, transport, cost, visual impact, multiple locations (small rig a/b etc), array/steering options (power alley) and available power.

I got 2x818 and have no regrets for my needs, but I think if you are talking 2-4 18's per side like op, it's a different league and single 18s might not come into play, at least for FOH.

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 on: Today at 10:48:21 pm 
Started by Tim Hite - Last post by Tim Hite
I just came across this which is super inexpensive compared to most everything I have seen.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B0719L4D94/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I am sure it won't compare in quality to most but for light traffic it might just work. 3 in a  pack !

These look identical to the 4 pieces I just bought off eBay for $24 each. The stuff from discount ramps does, as well. Mine are made from rubber (and bad karma, apparently).

I have three on my front porch in the desert sun for a couple weeks now, and they still stink. The 4th section I scrubbed down with Purple Power degreaser (5/gallon at wally world) and got the mold release greasy layer off it. I can only smell that one if I put my nose right in the channel. . .

Going to give it a shot on the others this week.

These have all handled the sun well for 12+ hours a day in 100 heat.

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 on: Today at 10:43:31 pm 
Started by Stu McDoniel - Last post by Ike Zimbel
Lets try to take selfies with it?

JR
That's the current less advanced civilization! :P

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 on: Today at 10:27:46 pm 
Started by Stu McDoniel - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
Oh - I hadn't thought of that.  Comes on pretty quick!

I can only wonder what previous, "less advanced" civilizations did/thought when that happened...

Dave
Lets try to take selfies with it?

JR

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 on: Today at 10:05:55 pm 
Started by eric lenasbunt - Last post by Tim McCulloch
I'm failing a bit at the Google today.
Basically I am wanting to install a basic (and inexpensive as possible) 100 amp 3 phase cam lock company switch in my shop. My goal is to be able to fully shop test rigs down to the distro.
Our shop has 3 phase power into the building and I have an electrician coming to handle a few other projects around the shop (including a couple of L21-30 around the shop in testing stations). My question really is mostly about good sources for the company switch.
I submitted a quote request to Union Connector, but I'm not finding anything much else. Anyone have a go to? Preferably as basic and inexpensive as possible while still being UL and safe.

Thanks!


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You will be shocked by the prices you get back.

LEX PowerGate, Union Connector, Motion Labs (probably).

it will be far cheaper to have your electrician install a fused disconnect and an enclosure with CamLok E1016 series connectors on it.

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 on: Today at 09:15:49 pm 
Started by Mal Brown - Last post by Ed Hall
What are you guys using ? EZ-Up is too light for the wind in my area.   I'm doing Stand Up Paddle Races today. The canopy they provided is bomber.  6 sided aluminum legs, a center post (like EZ-Up but way beefier) and vents in the top.  ... and no brand name to be found...

Give KD Kanopy a look. Much more robust than many other brands. It costs more but it lasts.

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 on: Today at 09:12:58 pm 
Started by Ivan Beaver - Last post by Mac Kerr
I think it would be.. if it doesn't change, there's no compensation.  If it goes down, then there is.

Why would that be, since you would be measuring across the hots of 2 identical but different polarity terminals. The voltage swing should be twice as much as across only 1ch.

Mac

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 on: Today at 09:06:59 pm 
Started by Ivan Beaver - Last post by Ben Mehlman
You could always do a real quick test for me.

Simply put a sine wave into channel 1 (turn Channel 2 all the way down) in stereo operation

Measure the voltage across the output terminals of channel 1.  It doesn't matter what it is-10-20 30Volts etc.  Just make sure the amp is not clipping.

Now-without changing anything level, put the amp into bridge (it is always a good idea to turn the amp off-flip the switch-then turn it back on).

No measure across the bridge outputs (the red terminals).

If the voltage doubles, there is no gain compensation.  If it stays the same, there is gain compensation

I think it would be.. if it doesn't change, there's no compensation.  If it goes down, then there is.

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 on: Today at 09:05:22 pm 
Started by Bruce Johnson - Last post by Scott Holtzman
The level of complexity you are adding to this continues to baffle me.  If this was an analog speaker it would be analagous to saying I have to turn the input level up to 6 o'clock to get the same output. Would you still buy the speakers?

Input sensitivity is a bad criteria to jusge them by,

Instead of cranking up the input gain on the tops why dont you turn it down to match the subs?.

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 on: Today at 09:02:19 pm 
Started by eric lenasbunt - Last post by eric lenasbunt
I'm failing a bit at the Google today.
Basically I am wanting to install a basic (and inexpensive as possible) 100 amp 3 phase cam lock company switch in my shop. My goal is to be able to fully shop test rigs down to the distro.
Our shop has 3 phase power into the building and I have an electrician coming to handle a few other projects around the shop (including a couple of L21-30 around the shop in testing stations). My question really is mostly about good sources for the company switch.
I submitted a quote request to Union Connector, but I'm not finding anything much else. Anyone have a go to? Preferably as basic and inexpensive as possible while still being UL and safe.

Thanks!


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