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 21 
 on: Today at 05:43:13 pm 
Started by John Roll - Last post by David Morison
If I'm not mistaken, those are full range boxes, 3 way.
The CSX Subs I've seen were 4 drivers.
Chris.

Just had a quick check, the CSX40-S2 and 56-S2 were indeed dual 15" subs, so it's presumably one of those the OP's friend is dealing with.
The quad 15" sub was the CSX60-S2.

FWIW,
David.

 22 
 on: Today at 05:34:09 pm 
Started by Dave Batistig - Last post by Tim McCulloch
I have bought 2 other distros from Jim in the past with ZERO issues. I don't understand what happened with this order, especially in light of having just talked to him 2 weeks ago.

Check your PMs.

 23 
 on: Today at 05:25:38 pm 
Started by Bob Leonard - Last post by Scott Holtzman
I have to agree to all the above. I also feel half throttle about all you ever need, and on my machine that's a bit less than 2000 rpm. My point above was that there is no reason to constantly run equipment at full throttle. It's hard on the equipment.

My blades are belt driven so now I want to let some grass grow to see if 2000 RPM is enough blade velocity to tackle the tough stuff.

I need to find a torque curve for the engine.  I would imagine for the blades peak torque is more important than RPM.


 24 
 on: Today at 05:24:23 pm 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Stephen Kirby
I see this being of use for folks who want lots of highly produced triggered sounds for covers.  Pretty much like e-drums.  Listening to the stuff on Yamaha's site, the nuance is about on a par with the average e-drum.  Which is to say, not much.  The white Yamaha trigger pads I've fooled with seem to have more touch to them.  This sounds as if it hears a drum in a particular pitch range, it triggers a particular sample.  With about the range of dynamics of a Simmonds kit.  They do show the ability to plug multiple trigger pads into the brain so if you needed some more nuanced part, you could do this.  But that kind of adds to the setup complication compared to that one thing bolted to the kick rim.

Layered over a natural acoustic sound in a smallish environment it could add some of that processed studio trickery as long as the sample isn't too far off from the actual drum's sound.

 25 
 on: Today at 05:21:35 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Scott Holtzman
SQ4YOU APP is out. IOS (not Cisco), Android.

Thanks Art

https://community.allen-heath.com/forums/topic/sq4you

Can't believe this isn't headline news and an email blast!?

I can't run it on a router.....C'mon.

Code: [Select]
MKE1.DC2.E4.CORE1#show ver
Cisco IOS Software, Catalyst 4500 L3 Switch Software (cat4500-ENTSERVICESK9-M), Version 15.0(2)SG8, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2)
Technical Support: http://www.cisco.com/techsupport
Copyright (c) 1986-2013 by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Mon 02-Dec-13 17:11 by prod_rel_team
Image text-base: 0x10000000, data-base: 0x123ACE64

ROM: 12.2(31r)SG3
Pod Revision 14, Force Revision 31, Tie Revision 32

MKE1.DC2.E4.CORE1 uptime is 30 weeks, 6 days, 16 hours, 29 minutes
Uptime for this control processor is 30 weeks, 6 days, 16 hours, 30 minutes
System returned to ROM by power-on
System image file is "bootflash:cat4500-entservicesk9-mz.150-2.SG8.bin"

cisco WS-C4507R (MPC8540) processor (revision 11) with 524288K bytes of memory.
Processor board ID FOX074806UD
MPC8540 CPU at 800Mhz, Supervisor V-10GE
Last reset from PowerUp
12 Virtual Ethernet interfaces
80 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
4 Ten Gigabit Ethernet interfaces
511K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory.

Configuration register is 0x2

MKE1.DC2.E4.CORE1#sq4you.bin
Translating "sq4you.bin"...domain server (8.8.8.8)
% Unknown command or computer name, or unable to find computer address
MKE1.DC2.E4.CORE1#

Wow you are right, doesn't run on Cisco IOS


 26 
 on: Today at 05:19:01 pm 
Started by Dave Batistig - Last post by Dave Batistig
Yeahhhhhhhhhh.

I hate to say it, but there is a reason companies like Motion Labs, Lex, etc, charge what they do, as opposed to what the Amp Shop and DimmerRack.com charge. Beyond the whole UL-listed and electrically-sound concepts, there's also "you will get what you ordered within a reasonable amount of time."

After getting electrically-unsound products from DimmerRack.com, and being told I would be ultimately responsible for paying to have them do it correct, I focused on ordering from Motion Labs and called it a day. It's gonna cost you more, but knowing that your product is safe and delivered in a timely manner----- isn't that worth it?

-Ray

I have bought 2 other distros from Jim in the past with ZERO issues. I don't understand what happened with this order, especially in light of having just talked to him 2 weeks ago.

 27 
 on: Today at 05:17:11 pm 
Started by Scott Holtzman - Last post by Scott Holtzman
What kind of area were you covering?

 I have a gig coming up in a week that I usually cover with a powered Unity rig (one stack per side). I was thinking of taking the Unity subs (which have always been more than enough for this gig) with the DSRs over top so I could get them up and angled down but have been concerned they wouldn't cover 100ft back that I need.

What style of music and level?  You aren't going to do a paying event with these.  They get plenty loud but the headroom isn't there to go 100ft back at concert levels. 

If it's a lawnchair event you are all set.   I think the DSR's will do 75% of what we did with KW153's. 

If I was to quote a PA on an SL150 for coverage 100' back, I would quote 6 FBT LA210's a side and 12 double 18 subs. 



 28 
 on: Today at 05:15:27 pm 
Started by Scott Holtzman - Last post by Stephen Kirby
No problem covering 100' out with DSRs.  You do need tilters though.  I have the BT-12 adjustable tilters and DuraTruss DT3800 stands.  In outdoor gigs I typically don't have to wind them up more than 9' high to cover 250' back at music in the park events.  I try to keep most of the level where people are dancing but still have clarity out at the back of the audience.
The fly points are a bit odd.  I'm doing a trailer stage in a couple weeks where I hang them off the frame with span-sets.  There's a fair amount of tension on the pull back.  The two front top fly points are nowhere near the CG.  I wish there was a rated fly frame for these.

 29 
 on: Today at 05:05:16 pm 
Started by Tom Harrison - Last post by Scott Mullane
I am not sure how you narrowed your search down to those 2 systems, but, if sound quality is your only criteria and powered boxes are an option, I suggest you listen to Fulcrum Acoustics FA22AC and TS215AC.  This is the sweetest small point source system I have ever heard.

I agree Steve. There are plenty of options out there that would rival those two options. Out of both of these I would take the L'Acoustics, but I agree that the Fulcrum Acoustics FA22C is a great box and I would add to this KV2 Audio EX10, Adamson S10P or even the Adamson Point series full stop. Plenty to choose from.

 30 
 on: Today at 04:50:41 pm 
Started by Scott Holtzman - Last post by Scott Olewiler
There's a reason we own 14 of the DSR112s. :D

It's unlikely there's anything better at (or even near) the price point. We've used them over Orbit Shifters (1:1) at and outdoor gig and have had spectacular results. So versatile, great sounding, and need very little EQ. We chose them over the K12, KW152, HDL32a and SRX812p.

What kind of area were you covering?

 I have a gig coming up in a week that I usually cover with a powered Unity rig (one stack per side). I was thinking of taking the Unity subs (which have always been more than enough for this gig) with the DSRs over top so I could get them up and angled down but have been concerned they wouldn't cover 100ft back that I need.

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