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 on: Today at 10:55:57 am 
Started by Gary Weller - Last post by Helge Dr. Bentsen
RE DSR112.
Be aware that they will drift in gain over time.
I freelance for a couple of rental companies that use these in multiples for distributed coverage, you have to walk the coverage area and trim the gains so they match up.

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 on: Today at 10:39:25 am 
Started by Taylor Phillips - Last post by Randy Pence
Cut off your pony tail

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 on: Today at 10:05:26 am 
Started by Pete Erskine - Last post by Pete Erskine
Has anyone used this in direct sunlight?

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 on: Today at 09:58:41 am 
Started by Ken Cross - Last post by Ken Cross
I should have included a link:

This will show how these systems work. Almost all congregations have hearing aid users.
Those who don't have "T" coils in their hearing aids can just use a receiver and headphones (around $100 each) for the same benefit.

Here are a couple links:
http://www.ampetronic.co/How-do-loops-work
http://www.ovalwindowaudio.com/satellite.html

Ken

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 on: Today at 09:40:52 am 
Started by Gary Weller - Last post by Joe Jordan
[I just purchased a pair of RCF HD32A they are hard to beat for the price.

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 on: Today at 09:01:44 am 
Started by Mike Sokol - Last post by Mike Sokol
I used to have a humongous Variac with a 240-volt input and variable output down to 0 volts. I think it was rated for 30 amps at 240 volts, so 6KW or more) and it easily weighed over 100 pounds, But I stupidly sold it for scrap 20 years ago while cleaning out my garage. Now I really want a BIG Variac for my voltage experiments, and I don't have one.

Never throw anything away!!!

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 on: Today at 07:23:59 am 
Started by Mal Brown - Last post by Mal Brown
 I'm guessing  150 to 200 feet ...  maybe 300 at the limit. 2 channels a spec' above.could be stereo, could be dual mono.  Most often dual Mono.

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 on: Today at 06:52:08 am 
Started by Gary Weller - Last post by Andrew Henderson
I have a DSR112/KW181 rig (2 of each) that I use for smaller stages. Even on larger outdoor stages where budget limits the size of the system brought in, they have filled the bill nicely. It's incredible how great it sounds, even without an external crossover. If you are worried about the "gap" in the built-in crossovers, run your subs from an aux, and you should be able to high pass the tops at 100Hz from the main bus on most digital consoles.

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 on: Today at 06:38:15 am 
Started by Taylor Phillips - Last post by Scott Holtzman
+1.  Having heard the music before is key to being able to present it properly. 

I actually do have a copy of #3. It's got some serious low frequency content, even on vinyl.

I would like to explore your impression that vinyl has limited LF response?

It's main limitation is in dynamic range.

LF can be limited in low end turntables by unsupressed mechanical rumble.

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 on: Today at 01:11:12 am 
Started by Jeff Lelko - Last post by Jeff Lelko
Thanks guys.  I'll try bypassing the ASA1 and seeing what happens.  I might be able to sneak in a quick test this week, otherwise it'll have to wait until next.  Is there a preferred coax product to use for such applications?  I just used the 1ft cables that come with the ASA1 for the internal hookup, the super-expensive for what they are AM2 to get out of the rack, and the aforementioned Sennheiser 25ft coax to get to my paddle antennas.  I admitted don't know what's "good" in the world of coax!  Also, thinking of possible oxidation on the connectors, is there a way to clean them?  I don't mind replacing cables, but knowing they only account for half the connections I really don't want to replace the antennas or receivers just because a connector went bad.  Thanks!

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