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 on: Today at 09:17:17 am 
Started by Greg Harwood - Last post by Greg Harwood
I have two Crest Pro 8002 power amps for sale.  I used these on subs several years ago when I had a passive system.  They were bought used and came with 15amp plugs on the power chords.  These were used by me for only about 2 months....then I went to an all powered system.  I had both amps serviced by a local crest amp tech before putting them away so they are in perfect working condition.  These amps sound really good, not too heavy, and put out great power.

Would like to get $500.00 each. Shipped in CON US only.  PayPal preferred payment.  PM me if interested. Let me know if you would like to see pictures.


 on: Today at 09:05:02 am 
Started by Tony Mamoh - Last post by Greg Harwood
^^^ Yep, won't matter either way...vertical or horizontal they will couple together and actually provide a little more output.  When possible, I always put my subs side by side (or on top of each other) to get that benefit.  If you have the floor space, horizontal may be safer than stacking them if you don't have straps.

 on: Today at 09:00:05 am 
Started by dave milton - Last post by Taylor Hall
I second QLC+, we've been using it for several years and really like it.

 on: Today at 08:51:00 am 
Started by Jon Brunskill - Last post by Taylor Hall
Now, that's a superb price.
Between that and the prices on the XR/X32 gear, times are unthinkably good in the tablet mixing world...

Or the digital world in general. I remember back with the Yamaha 1v and other "entry level" digital mixers came out, 24 or fewer channels and a $3000 (or more) price tag! Now you can get a similar product for a fraction of the cost.

 on: Today at 08:42:31 am 
Started by Jon Brunskill - Last post by Alec Spence
For anyone on the fence, PSSL has the UI24R on sale today for $499!
Now, that's a superb price.
Between that and the prices on the XR/X32 gear, times are unthinkably good in the tablet mixing world...

 on: Today at 08:41:27 am 
Started by Taylor Hall - Last post by Taylor Hall
Your best results really would be using lavs and, I suspect, in time you may find it worth while to move that direction.  But, seeing that that is not currently an option, a podium type mic for each member of the panel can provide good results provided the panelists don't lean back from them (which some probably will). 

I prefer using gooseneck podium mics instead of just handhelds on table stands because the gooseneck can extend out over any paperwork or notebooks they have and thereby get the mic closer to the mouth of the presenter.  The drawback to podium mics of course is that the are much more prone to "plosives", so use a really good windscreen. 

Trust me, I'd rather use lavs but the client doesn't want to, so the client gets what they want. Goosenecks are looking more and more like the correct answer, much less to fuss around with.

This is not a tech-tip, but I often print or write small labels and tape them to either the base of the gooseneck mic or the table itself where it just says "Please speak into the mic, or it will be difficult to hear you".

But I'd go for goosenecks at each position with on/off button if no automixer / tech is available. Maybe insert comps and gain the inputs to get enough juice, and flip the polarity on every second mic.
We actually provide full-page laminated cheat sheets that we tape to every table with simple instructions about how to use the equipment, but like any good signage, it is almost always ignored.  ::)

 on: Today at 08:32:50 am 
Started by Mac Kerr - Last post by Mac Kerr
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 on: Today at 08:31:59 am 
Started by Jon Brunskill - Last post by Taylor Hall
For anyone on the fence, PSSL has the UI24R on sale today for $499!

 on: Today at 08:31:06 am 
Started by Mark Baker - Last post by Chris Hindle
Domed ceiling rooms are always a treat, I work in a couple of those from time to time!

When people say how great a room's architecture looks and or how the room has great acoustics there's a 75% chance it's going to be a long night!!!

Good call on bringing an IEM system for that show!
Ya, like I really needed to add 8 bi-amp wedges to that acoustical bowl of soup.....

 on: Today at 08:23:17 am 
Started by Patrick Tracy - Last post by Mike Caldwell
Nothing wrong with the Countryman E6 earset mics. But some people don't like the single ear only rigging for them. The Countryman's are a couple hundred less expensive than the DPAs, which are about $600.

Mics that small are kind of fragile. I would buy two of whatever you get.

Yea, depending on the persons "ear shape" a single ear can work, the dual ear headband style is far more secure, make sure the headband size will adjust.

If you just let anyone and everyone take the mics and use them without hands on guidance they will get bent up and broken, doesn't matter if it is a $50 or $650 headset / earset mic.

I assume you have been using lapel mics up to this point.

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