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 on: Today at 07:41:54 am 
Started by John L Nobile - Last post by Chris Hindle
Steve, be thankful he didn't say duck tape  ;D ;D
or its forgotten cousin, DUCT tape.......

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 on: Today at 07:34:43 am 
Started by John L Nobile - Last post by Steve M Smith
Good point!


Steve.

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 on: Today at 07:29:12 am 
Started by Kent Clasen - Last post by Aram Piligian
Kent,
Create a new custom panel.  (Add Devices Ribbon Bar, New, Standard)(Click ok For Panel Name)

Find the parameter Tim pointed to on the Venue Tree on the left (Room1, SRX828P, SRX828P, CH1 Processing Output, Invert[1], and CH2, and drag from tree onto new panel, click "button - latching".

Launch Panel, buy clicking Launch panel on ribbon.

Even better, open the existing control panel for the sub, right click in the title bar and hit "convert to custom panel," and add the button where JBL left it out!

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 on: Today at 06:39:54 am 
Started by John L Nobile - Last post by Keith Broughton
Aaagh!!!

Gaffer or gaffer's tape... not gaff!!!


Steve.
Steve, be thankful he didn't say duck tape  ;D ;D

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 on: Today at 06:03:05 am 
Started by Tim Gurske - Last post by Ivan Beaver
The first question is does your design need any at all?  Many don't. 
Think of it like this.

Low large are the waves being produced in the cabinet?  Think 10-30' long.

Is 2" of "stuff" going to do anything?

Stuffing can help on higher freq freq that are shorter, but will not do anything at the longer lower freq

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 on: Today at 04:16:07 am 
Started by Richard Penrose - Last post by John Ferreira
... Back inn the day when we were pushing around a 2300lbs of Apogee speakers and amp rack we utilized a trailer.....

Scott I still have my AE5s, and they still sound amazing with the P5 analog processor.  In the large and spacious PA Plus warehouse here in Toronto, they always won blind shootout comparisons to Meyers UPAs.

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 on: Today at 04:06:08 am 
Started by Tim Gurske - Last post by Tim Weaver
For subs I wouldn't use any. Fiber material won't do anything at those frequencies. You're better off building a solid, dead, rock-hard cabinet.

So I guess the best damping material for subs is more wood for bracing!

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 on: Today at 03:55:08 am 
Started by Richard Penrose - Last post by Scott Holtzman
I have a dolly where two DSRs sit angled face to face with the backs in opposite corners.  Fairly compact.  But there are times when I'm using them in a bar gig, throwing them in the back of my Mazda 3 or just moving them around.  It seems like more handles would be nice, but it's never been a problem for me.

Agreed about the load in logistics.  Grassy fields, stairs, dumbwaiters, narrow hallways.  All add to the pain of a gig.  At least out here we rarely have to deal with snow and icy parking lots.  A couple times in the mountains was enough for me.  Pile the gear onto a snowcat?  Okay, but I won't be back next year.  ;)

Surprisingly this winter we dodged and really bad days.  Back inn the day when we were pushing around a 2300lbs of Apogee speakers and amp rack we utilized a trailer.  Pulled by an old Dodge conversion van.  Was a real hoot. 

I digressed as usual, the ramp to the van froze over as we were loading in.  Pushing these cases up an ice covered ramp was a mess.  We had our boots and Carharts so it warmth was not an issue.  It was comical. I am glad we moved on from those days.


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 on: Today at 03:30:48 am 
Started by Pete Erskine - Last post by Pete Erskine
Intracom?  That's a new one for me...

They are a terrific all software Matrix system.  Programming by the person (John Jurrius) who did the original programming for the Clear-Com Matrix Plus.

see here:

http://www.intracomsystem.com/

or this video by me:

https://youtu.be/aXtMCEfLStw

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 on: Today at 03:25:24 am 
Started by Pete Erskine - Last post by Pete Erskine
What is actually causing the "stuttering"?
Do I take it these systems are not diversity and as such, the RF signals are subject to (partial) cancellation due to the out of phase signals reflected signal from the ceiling?

The multipath reflections cause out of time reception of several signals to the extent that the 1s and 0s cannot be distinguished anymore.  They are not diversity - this wouldn't fix the issue anyway.  Two solutions are better RX circuits and changing the kind of data which is sent.  The data type is fixed because of the licence to use DECT and cannot be changed,  Adding diversity as well as polarity diversity and extensive processing would probably help.

The new Bolero from Riedel does that and may work better (I have yet to try it myself).  Crewcom from Plyant (Coachcom) deals with it in a different way.  They made the data word be 3X linger with sane no if bits,  Now the multipath distortion is smaller in relation to the direct signal.  See the diagram below.

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