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 on: Today at 12:29:18 pm 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Chris Hindle
I've been in the Shure one a couple times on tours. I actually would like to try playing an instrument in there, or even taking a nap. :)
I doubt you'd be able to get to sleep.
We are so used to a certain amount of ambient, that if it were gone you'd be quite uncomfortable.
Chris.

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 on: Today at 12:08:09 pm 
Started by Robert Piascik - Last post by hiep nguyen
Anyone got any first hand experience to share?
$1399 VS $900 box not a fair comparison IMO.

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 on: Today at 12:02:03 pm 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by duane massey
We always put it on the stand. The closer it is to the "more me" person, the "more me" she gets, which is very critical in these quiet gigs.

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 on: Today at 10:40:44 am 
Started by Craig Leerman - Last post by scottstephens
NICE!!!! Congrats from Sound guys everywhere.

Scott

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 on: Today at 10:35:39 am 
Started by Billy Martyn - Last post by TJ (Tom) Cornish
Scott, I will give that a try. I am want to keep the faders form being a the low end. I think part of my problem may be our main amp is higher wattage than we need for a small sanctuary.
It's not about wattage, it's about gain structure.  On boards using the concept of dBFS - that is 0 is the loudest level and everything else is negative dB, you typically adjust your preamp on each input so that the input level (not the output meter on your mixer) is around -18dBFS.  If your board has analog-style metering with some amount of +dB available, normally you want your input gain such that each channel lands around 0dB on the input meter.

With this gain structure, you should have enough level to send to whatever you need to.  You may also find that this helps the fader position better reflect your desired mix balance.

You haven't given any information on your board model or speaker system.  If you have a single amp driving your main speakers, you should just be able to turn the amp gain controls down a bit.  If you have a larger system using multiple amps, this may not be the best course of action, but you can still compensate by lowering the level of your main output fader on the board.

RE your comment about your system needing a lot of help - if you post your location, there may be someone willing to stop over and spend a couple hours with you for a moderate fee.  This would likely be money well-spent.

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 on: Today at 10:13:25 am 
Started by Ben Easler - Last post by Ben Easler
+1 on these. I just used those exact speakers as mains and fills for a smallish church. Impressive output for their size and required very little EQ to sound nice. I remember thinking, "No way could these get loud enough... They're tiny." Everyone was surprised when we fired them up for the first time.
Those seem to have pretty decent specs but the conical coverage pattern seems less ideal than the EV or Renkus options. Would you agree with that thought?

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 on: Today at 10:03:55 am 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Scott Helmke
I have been inside an anechoic chamber at Portsmouth University (UK).  After a few minutes, it gets quite unpleasant.  I wouldn't want to try to play a musical instrument in one.

I've been in the Shure one a couple times on tours. I actually would like to try playing an instrument in there, or even taking a nap. :)

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 on: Today at 09:59:15 am 
Started by Scott Holtzman - Last post by Scott Helmke
I like, how about "Experienced production for your bespoke event" ???

That's better.

It's up to you, of course.

I will add that like in corporate and sports work, having some gray hair and being the calmest person in the room can be a big advantage. 

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 on: Today at 09:25:39 am 
Started by Billy Martyn - Last post by Billy Martyn
Matthias, thanks for the detailed explanation. I will check on this and get back to youll.

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 on: Today at 09:00:28 am 
Started by Martin West - Last post by Martin West
Size, Quality (output), and Price.
Pick any two......
Chris.

Yeah, I know I'm going to have to sacrifice something. I'd say price is my number 1 factor.

After doing a bunch of research of somewhat narrowed down some sub choices. Please let me know if I missed one. Price is #1 factor, so please don't suggest anything over $650.

Basically I'm looking for a single 12" sub to pair with a single DXR10. Here are my requirements:

- $650 or less
- 80lbs or less (ideally close to 50lbs)
- small enough to fit in my dinky civic sedan

Here's the subs I'm found that mostly fit those constraints...

RCF 702-AS
$650, 40lbs, (+/-3) 40hz-120hz

EV ELX200-12SP
$550, 42lbs, (-10)41hz-165hz

Alto TS212S
$400, 45lbs, (-10)42hz-100hz

EV ZXA1
$500, 46lbs, (-10)44hz-118hz

iNSPIRE iP12B
$500, 49lbs, (-10)38hz-200hz

Samson Auro D1200
$500, 53lbs (+/-3) 45hz-200hz

Alto TS215S
$500, 62 lbs (-10)35hz-95hz (I figured I'd throw a 15" in there)

DXS12
$430, 72lbs, (-10)47hz-160hz

Are there any of these that I should not even consider?
Any that won't play nice with a DXR10?
Any one of these that standout?

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