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 on: Today at 02:03:33 pm 
Started by Shane Dawson - Last post by Dave Garoutte
I would definitely look into wireless connections.
You can set the transmitter at the controller and a receiver at each location and just cable between each fixture there.
This eliminates a lot of vulnerable cable and does the splitting for you.

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 on: Today at 01:45:19 pm 
Started by Dennis Wiggins - Last post by Don T. Williams
I imagine it works reasonably well but as you ask, at what frequency?
Not true!
Meyer had a 2x18 powered card sub years ago. Kinda big but still, on wheels. ;
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Not only Meyer, but RCF and DB Technologies and others have had cardioid subs with front and rear facing drivers.  All could be considered "portable" to some extent.  I heard a demo of the QSC at LDI and it was reasonably impressive, especially for its size.  Definitely portable - not under 50 lb./3 cubic feet portable, but one person can manage it.

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 on: Today at 01:43:17 pm 
Started by Dennis Wiggins - Last post by Keith Broughton
If we are talking about the M3d sub....
Two firing forward and two firing to the rear. The rear drivers were 15's.
Yep.That was the configuration.
You could switch the rear speakers on and off as required.

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 on: Today at 01:40:40 pm 
Started by Andrew Broughton - Last post by Andrew Broughton
What do you mean by global safes?
There are channel safes, parameter safes and scene safes.

I think scene 00 was intended by the Behringer guys as a starting point regardless of any safe settings.
Sorry, still stuck in Yamaha speak.
Global Safes would be whichever ones once set donít change scene by scene.
What youíre saying is 00 will ignore all 3 Safe types?

Ok, I just tested this on the editor and it does seem to work that way.
That certainly helps, but still requires one to go back and save to 00 regularly...

Thanks!

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 on: Today at 01:36:06 pm 
Started by Dennis Wiggins - Last post by Christian Ekren
Reminds me of the Nexo CD12, but powered and a lot more portable..

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 on: Today at 01:19:54 pm 
Started by Bob Leonard - Last post by Tim McCulloch
don't worry Mark. It will all be "fresh and new" next year.  ::)
Chris.

It takes powerful medication to erase those memories.  :-X

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 on: Today at 01:16:53 pm 
Started by Dennis Wiggins - Last post by John Sulek
Didn't that Meyer sub actually have 3 drivers - 2 front-firing, and 1 rear-firing?

If memory serves, the rear facing driver was a different size too.

Cheers,
Tim
If we are talking about the M3d sub....
Two firing forward and two firing to the rear. The rear drivers were 15's.

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 on: Today at 01:16:13 pm 
Started by Luke Geis - Last post by Tim McCulloch
...but robots built on human exo-skeletons.

Bill

I was thinking "robotic insects".

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 on: Today at 01:15:20 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Ron Bolte
We had a luddite show up at SLSO who said he was bringing his "drive" for  his presentation. He showed up with his work tower computer, no monitor or keyboard.  VGA iirc.

After it was working the auditorium saw confidential HR info for quite some time while he found the correct Word doc for his presentation.  He was department head at a local university.
...and his tax return if you remember correctly...
We still share that story when people want to bring their own.

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 on: Today at 12:10:33 pm 
Started by Frank Koenig - Last post by Brian Bolly
There's a local panel shop (Prairie Electric in Vancouver, Washington) that does excellent work.

Just flipping through their Instagram account, I'd have no problem hiring them based on workmanship alone.  You're not kidding - their crew clearly takes pride in their work, even down to their van organization.

(For those that are curious: Prairie Electric)

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