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 on: Today at 11:21:11 am 
Started by Rob Spence - Last post by Rob Spence
What is a D9 EQ?

Where would you stream from?  Do you have public exhibition rights for the material you are going to display?

With a good Internet connection you may get away with it.

This is not an open to the public thing.
I am simply substituting a projector for a tv in a private room so people can see better.

I hope to find out more about the internet connection soon.

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 on: Today at 10:39:50 am 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Steven Eudaly
We have a hand-me-down stringer built by OA Windsor that has been indestructible.

As of late we've been having all our cable needs built by CBI, who I'm sure would be able to build one to spec at a fair price.

 on: Today at 10:14:46 am 
Started by Sam Costa - Last post by Lyle Williams
True.  My comment should have referred to the correct parts, but the principle in sound.  If 95% of the energy must come out as heat, little heat = little power consumption.

 on: Today at 09:35:47 am 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Matthias McCready

I'm looking for recommendations/suggestions on stage stringers (Edison 15/20 amp receptacles only).  I could build my own, but I simply do not have the time (and sometimes the patience). 

I am using OA Windsor powercon quadboxes, the quality is great. I built a plethora of SOOW cables, which were a pain (a little thick for easily putting the powercon connectors on).

I have had excellent results for cables built both by EMG and BTPA.

Check here for another forum thread.

 on: Today at 09:26:42 am 
Started by Joel T. Glaser - Last post by Joel T. Glaser
Hi all,

I'm curious what anyone here uses to light up a dance floor. I've been adding to my light show and I'm looking for ideas. Quite a bit of my work comes from area bands. Mostly club work with some outdoor gigs over the summer months. A few wedding/private party type shows throughout the year.

I currently have four movers in the front that see some dance floor activity. Wondering if those dj type party lights might be worth looking into.

Thanks in advance.


 on: Today at 09:25:57 am 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by David Allred
**drops mic**
Would the 48v from phantom power, in a mic properly modified, be enough to make the muscles in the hand contract?   :o 
You see them make the pre-gesture... you mute the channel and hit the phantom switch and as Gomer Pyle would say, "Surprise, surprise, surprise!  Not today.  Now respectfully place the mic back on the stand."   >:(

 on: Today at 09:14:34 am 
Started by Frank Caridi - Last post by Chris Hindle
You're making me feel old Tim :)
How did we get anything done (successfully) in the 70's and early 80's without this interthingy ?
Don't know about you, but I made a lot of noise, and some good cash....  8)

 on: Today at 09:06:41 am 
Started by brian maddox - Last post by Stephen Beatty
I am in the real academic world. A lot of events are in fixed seating auditoriums and a lot in classrooms with movable furniture.

 In the auditoriums I highly recommend a couple of aisle mics that people have to come up to to ask questions. Maybe a single handheld wireless for a person who can't get up for the aisle mic controlled by someone for this only.

 No one waits for a handheld to be passed around and of course all the issues of lap holding, etc. 

 And in the open classrooms same issue. No one waits for the handheld before shouting out the question. Not to big an issue unless the session is being lecture captured or streamed.

 So one of my techs came back from INFocomm with this, the Catch Box. It is a padded cube with a built-in accelerometer that mutes the mic when it is being tossed around. You put your body pack in, connect the built-in mic, they'll do connectors for your manufactures pack. 

 Yes it is meant to be thrown around. You can have it printed with your own design. I had ours done with orange and maroon sides with the Hokies tracks on it.

 It has been very well received by both faculty and the students in the rooms I have them deployed. One faculty told me it changed the dynamics of the class (a 150 seat room) when he used it. People wait for it to be tossed to them to ask questions.
 I have used this in all types of events, from Kid's Tech University to formal big time guest lecturer events.  Everyone loves it. Maybe not for all but something to consider. I believe another company makes a ball shaped one but the cube doesn't roll off the table.

 One thing is if it is sitting still it is on so having someone ride the fader or get a good gating on it in a live event is good.

 on: Today at 08:15:22 am 
Started by Mike Holtzinger - Last post by Mike Holtzinger
I've been looking around and have become intrigued by the RCF ART series. I haven't read anything bad about them except maybe the looks of the box.
 Since this is for my bar band only, I'm interested in the ART 745A because if things I've read are correct, they may be able to serve without subs for some of the smaller gigs we do.
Anybody have any real world experience doing live bands with these? I'd like to hear your comments.

 on: Today at 07:53:49 am 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Bob Faulkner
Searched the forum looking for recommendations on stage stringers; not much returned for recommendations; what I did find for recommendations was in 2009.

I'm looking for recommendations/suggestions on stage stringers (Edison 15/20 amp receptacles only).  I could build my own, but I simply do not have the time (and sometimes the patience). 

Looked at KH Industries and "stayonline", these look great, but I'm not sure the level of quality (have not touched nor used them).  I'm confident I need SOOW rated wire, but from there, that's about all I know; receptacle & box quality is important (maybe not hospital grade, but definitely not cheapest either).

Single phase power only.

Anyone use "stayonline" stringers?


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