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 on: Today at 12:37:18 pm 
Started by Kane Mitchell - Last post by Dave Garoutte

Also agreed that a single DSR112 will outrun his subs.  Depending on the venues he's doing that may be a possibility.  If doing your own band you could definitely get away with it.  Hiring out as a DJ or something you'd might get funny looks and not get call backs from people listening with their eyes having only one stack.

Put one of your old speakers on a stick, but don't turn it on.  It will look right, but sound better.

 on: Today at 12:35:47 pm 
Started by Mike Sokol - Last post by Mike Sokol
That jack is labeled 100-240 volts-a 240 volt line would have 2 hots.

Not in the UK. It would have a neutral and a single hot, but the hot would be around 230 volts above the neutral and ground.

 on: Today at 12:34:05 pm 
Started by Mike Sokol - Last post by Stephen Swaffer
That jack is labeled 100-240 volts-a 240 volt line would have 2 hots. 

 on: Today at 12:33:00 pm 
Started by David Winners - Last post by Dave Garoutte
How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm, after they've seen Paree?

 on: Today at 12:31:34 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by David Allred
Here is the link to the page to download the software.  It does not list Window 7 as com[partible, but it worked for me.  Vista and 7 are very similar (I read), so maybe that is why.

You only have to "Install Control Center".  Open and tell it to connect.

Solution for using Belkin F5L009 network hub on Windows 7.

 on: Today at 12:21:49 pm 
Started by David Allred - Last post by David Allred
Using drivers from another Belkin product, that are compatible with Win 7.

I'm not smart enough to find that solution on my own...I found a thread where folks had a similar problem.

It wasn't even an earlier or later model.  It was similar though, like a DVD player is similar to a BluRay, or a LP gas dryer is similar to a natural gas dryer.

 on: Today at 12:10:09 pm 
Started by Joseph Amodeo - Last post by Thomas Le
Were you actually mixing yourself or just heard them? There's a difference.
I've had fantastic results using K12s and KSubs indoors at levels with good headroom. I've heard another guy push KW152s as far as they would go (limiter lights on all the time) outdoors - not so great, but still very, very passable.
I've had to run SRM450s hard into the limiters once, absolutely horrible experience. Not even remotely close to the KWs. Heck, even Meyer cabs start to suffer when they start limiting. Maybe DSR or PRX cabs are slightly better in some regards, but I haven't used them - And I wouldn't want to get anywhere near their limiters, just like with any other box.

I haven't used the KW but I can confirm John's experience on the K gen 1 series, when "pushed harder" the top end just suffers and everything gets muffled. K-SUB is a bandpass sub exhibiting a "one note wonder" when doing live bands.

 on: Today at 12:08:37 pm 
Started by David Winners - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
Be warned, if not careful you may learn that there are significant quality differences between good and bad coffee, good and bad, beer... etc. 

Many things we take for granted can be better enough that it matters, and when you learn the difference it is hard to go backwards.


 on: Today at 12:05:51 pm 
Started by Mike Sokol - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
I am a little surprised to see a 3 wire line cord on a small PV mixer. Back in my day we had some cheap double insulated power transformers capable of powering the small mixers. The 3 wire line cords were mainly used on the bigger, more professional SKUs.

I am glad to see them still screening jack connection legends on the back... I started doing that back in the 80's before the industry settled on pin 2 hot for XLRs... The worst thing is trying to troubleshoot interfaces when you don't know what is inside the mixer.


 on: Today at 12:01:40 pm 
Started by David Winners - Last post by frank kayser

After reading on PSW for a year, and implementing many things I have learned here, the bar has been raised. My expectations of sound reinforcement and professionalism are much higher than they used to be. Simple things done wrong bother me. I'm cursed by never being satisfied. I still have loads of fun, but in the back of my head, I'm always thinking about how it could be better.

I know that the true professionals that frequent PSW could poke holes in my system and the way I do things just as I have done to these well meaning people I talked about in this post. They were both very nice guys and a lot of fun to hang out with. I directed them both to PSW in hopes that they will come learn from the wealth of knowledge that is available here.

Ah, the curse.  Yeah, I've got it.  After my offer is accepted, I've tweaked many small systems, and received thanks. Granted, I'm a large-ish fish in a very small pond (puddle)... and probably have little business throwing stones for any reason... no doubt most here could do much better with my rig, or any I've touched... and despite the kudo's I get on my work, and the smiles I get upon return... whether mixing on another's rig or mine, it has seldom translated into real work. I've been very fortunate in having some very nice jobs thrown my way from another member here... (many thanks again!)

Back to the curse... My wife who is never critical of much of anything is coming to me complaining of the mix after she's been out with friends. Whaaaat?

The curse is contagious.


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