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 on: Today at 06:52:13 pm 
Started by Victor Estrada - Last post by Scott Holtzman
The SP218 is still a current Peavey product.  Please post a pic of your SP218, so we know what you are trying to match.   The new ones look different, and are available at  AMS (free shipping).

-Dennis

<edit>From the SP218 manual:

Minimum recommended active crossover frequency and
slope for bi-amping (crossing over to a top cab):
100 Hz at 24 dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley Low pass filter

Your non-DSP at 100Hz is just right... that's the "sound really good!" part.

However, you WILL want/need this.

Recommended Infra-sonic Filter:
36 Hz (-6 dB point) 24 dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley High-pass.

-D

Speakers are voiced to work together in a series.  You have a really decent rock and roll system.  It probably sounds "gutsy" for lack of a better word.

I don't think you would be happy at all with the old PRX418's.  All the passive PRX's are just OK.  The powered ones are decent.  However it is at best a lateral move.

If you want to jump up a step sell your gear as a system and get a pair of SRX835P and SRX828P now that would be a huge weight savings and a major sonic upgrade.

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 on: Today at 06:44:40 pm 
Started by Justice C. Bigler - Last post by Tim McCulloch
....  In addition to being a POE speaker, it's got infrared motion sensors and cameras and such.  Am I the only one here who finds this particular design a bit.....   ummmm.....  sinister?  Big brother is definitely watching.

(sorry, topic swerve, I know)

That appears to be aimed at retailers, like the mannequins that had cameras in them, either for loss prevention or to analyze shoppers reactions to the display.

All of these services now on 1 CATegory cable, along with BGM.

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 on: Today at 06:32:57 pm 
Started by Justice C. Bigler - Last post by Peter Kowalczyk

What about deva?
http://deva.powersoft.it/

http://www.powersoft-audio.com/en/docman/697-deva-datasheet/file


....  In addition to being a POE speaker, it's got infrared motion sensors and cameras and such.  Am I the only one here who finds this particular design a bit.....   ummmm.....  sinister?  Big brother is definitely watching.

(sorry, topic swerve, I know)

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 on: Today at 06:23:54 pm 
Started by John Sulek - Last post by John Sulek
Would anyone happen to have one of these around?
Its the bracket that enables the local rack to be mounted in a standard rack rail.
The part number is
 P0654-01 VI6 LOCAL RACK FRONT PLATE in the old inventory from Harmon
and was changed to the new number below
A947.031001.

No luck with Harmon US or the Canadian Soundcraft office so checking here before trying the UK office.

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 on: Today at 06:12:53 pm 
Started by Steve Litscher - Last post by Corey Scogin
Safari is often the bane of many a web developer as it finds the most unique (read: infuriating) ways to render pages completely different (some would even say incorrect) from any other browser available. I suppose that's part of why it's barely clinging to a 5% worldwide usage rating...

Safari is the new IE6.

Looks great in Chrome on a Mac.

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 on: Today at 06:10:40 pm 
Started by Dave Guilford - Last post by Paul G. OBrien
I usually run a pair of them off one side of a macrotech 9000i. :-D
Almost 2kw into a 500w driver.. I'd say the voice coil is burnt open like a fuse. That much power is fine for dynamic program like live sound but the box has to be derated for any kind of bass heavy recorded material.

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 on: Today at 06:03:42 pm 
Started by Jeff Bankston - Last post by John Sulek
I recently bought a nice used Midas H2000 48 channel. It has 3 power supplies and all the daisy chain cables. My question is do I turn on all 3 power supplies at the same time and leave them on or turn on just one and if it quits working turn on another ?

On a 48ch frame two should run the console without issue. The large frame H3K's needed all three on.
Keep the 3rd unplugged from the mains and console so it is truly a spare...aside form shorts in the console or psu cables that protects you from lost neutral connections in the FOH power run. Lived that dream.

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 on: Today at 05:55:59 pm 
Started by Mike Monte - Last post by Patrick Tracy
Mixing and efx are subjective... arguing about such is not a good use of time.

JR

Especially since we still need to figure out who is the best guitarist.

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 on: Today at 04:58:43 pm 
Started by Steve Litscher - Last post by Taylor Hall
Having it actually work on all browsers would probably help people look into your products. Just a thought. Simpler IS better when it comes to websites and cross-platform compatibility.

-Ray

Safari is often the bane of many a web developer as it finds the most unique (read: infuriating) ways to render pages completely different (some would even say incorrect) from any other browser available. I suppose that's part of why it's barely clinging to a 5% worldwide usage rating...


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 on: Today at 04:36:25 pm 
Started by Victor Estrada - Last post by Dennis Wiggins
...I've tried looking for used SP218s but nothing shows up locally or within driving distance, and shipping gets more expensive than a new one

The SP218 is still a current Peavey product.  Please post a pic of your SP218, so we know what you are trying to match.   The new ones look different, and are available at  AMS (free shipping).

-Dennis

<edit>From the SP218 manual:

Minimum recommended active crossover frequency and
slope for bi-amping (crossing over to a top cab):
100 Hz at 24 dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley Low pass filter

Your non-DSP at 100Hz is just right... that's the "sound really good!" part.

However, you WILL want/need this.

Recommended Infra-sonic Filter:
36 Hz (-6 dB point) 24 dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley High-pass.

-D

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