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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 02:57:06 pm 
Started by Sam Costa - Last post by Sam Costa
Sam; Research Belden 8451 which is only manufactured in two jacket colors, black and light grey.  Belden 9451


Thanks, I've seen the Belden 9451SB wire and it does have a shield and makes it easy for wire stripping as well. I'll try 100'ft of it and see if it will suffice for what I'm looking at doing.

Thank you all for your responses. It's much appreciated as always. :)

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 02:56:11 pm 
Started by andy foster - Last post by Scott Olewiler
While I agree with all of the comments regarding the problem of blowing high frequencies drivers, and not worrying about what the stack looks like, I don't believe 15" two-way speakers are inferior in any way over the same branded 12" two-way. I believe it is a personal preference.

This is from my experience, doing a hundred shows a year on both types of cabinets. I have the PRX and SRX 15's, and have compared them many times against my DSR112's which I use for monitors. I always prefer the sound of the 15's, even when used with sub's, which is most of the time.

Having said that, the OP needs to determine why he's blowing up drivers.
Exactly. If the OP blew the PRX, he needs to go up a level from the alternatives he is shopping. None of the speakers mentioned are going to survive whatever blew the PRX.


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 93 
 on: Yesterday at 02:55:06 pm 
Started by Richard Penrose - Last post by Steve Garris
Unfortunately, deliveries came and went today with no DZR's in sight. Guess they'll come Monday. Of course I'm out of town Monday.

Looking forward to buying everyone's used DSR's now that they are junk!

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 02:49:11 pm 
Started by andy foster - Last post by Steve Garris
While I agree with all of the comments regarding the problem of blowing high frequencies drivers, and not worrying about what the stack looks like, I don't believe 15" two-way speakers are inferior in any way over the same branded 12" two-way. I believe it is a personal preference.

This is from my experience, doing a hundred shows a year on both types of cabinets. I have the PRX and SRX 15's, and have compared them many times against my DSR112's which I use for monitors. I always prefer the sound of the 15's, even when used with sub's, which is most of the time.

Having said that, the OP needs to determine why he's blowing up drivers.

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 02:45:32 pm 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by drew gandy

(Edit), one convenient thing about the TD-1 is the variable output on the HF, it makes it very easy to swap out drivers of different sensitivities. I did that with my TD-1's.

Hi Jack!

The L-pad was only on the full Tour Deluxe model, I believe.  I always thought it was an odd "feature" and certainly one that wouldn't be welcome in my shop. I don't want boxes in the air and then find that they don't sound the same.  "I guess I bumped the L-pad when we were plugging them in."  I can also imagine the pads getting some oxidation and not working right.  Or cutting in and out as the signal arcs across the oxide.  Best to work them from time to time?  I'm curious if you've had any issues with them? 

But for swapping comp drivers around, yeah, it would be convenient.  Remind me; what model drivers did you put in your boxes?   

I think I have measurements of the 4550 and 4552 on the TD-1 horn.  If I can find them I'll post them... eventually. 

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 02:42:30 pm 
Started by sidneymazzei - Last post by Riley Casey
The first line of the MIDI command table would seem to indicate yes that is doable.  I don't know the specifics of your food controller but I did just finish setting up and-touch compact controller and get everything working.  You might try posting on the Behringer X-touch forum too.  Several helpful people there with knowledge of the gear.

https://behringerwiki.musictribe.com/index.php?title=8._MIDI

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 02:39:07 pm 
Started by andy foster - Last post by Ray Aberle
i suspect you may not be in the 18-24 year old bracket, i completely understand.
what? what?

j/k lol.

(get off my lawn!)

But really, I hope you are going to figure out WHY you're blowing these drivers. Otherwise, until you fix that problem, it appears that it will keep on happening.......

-Ray

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 02:38:43 pm 
Started by Riley Casey - Last post by Riley Casey
Brian, I posted a copy of the Xtc editor settings I used on the Behinger forum.  Let me know what if anything it does if you load it.  I'm still sorting out all the secret handshake elements of this product.

...
That being said, i have the XTC and would love a copy of the editor file you ended up with that gave you the functionality you wanted.

...

 99 
 on: Yesterday at 02:37:05 pm 
Started by andy foster - Last post by andy foster
Why does the HF have to be "ear shattering"?  Sounds like a rig, DJ and venue I'd rather avoid.

i suspect you may not be in the 18-24 year old bracket, i completely understand.

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 02:35:07 pm 
Started by Phil Lewandowski - Last post by Ray Aberle
Thanks all for the great input thus far!  I am definitely more of a buy once, cry once type guy, though I take value into large consideration.  So it sounds like with that in mind, the Decimator MD-LX may be the way to go.

With that said, I was looking at a BMD that could take 1 HDMI input and output it to up to 2 SDI outputs: BMD Micro Converter HDMI to SDI (longb&hlink)

This is so that I can take 1 HDMI output from a computer, and use the 2 SDI outputs to run to the screen on each side from the same box.   It didn't seem like the MD-LX could do that?  Is there another affordable Decimator product that could do this, or is there another good way to do this affordably but also reliably?
You are right in that the Micro Converter will output to two SDI things at once... but to be candid, be redundant. Get an SDI D/A (BMD has a 1x8 that's pretty affordable) to keep on hand as well. Otherwise, what happens when one output fails...

-Ray "raging levels of paranoia" Aberle

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