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 on: Today at 01:22:55 am 
Started by Brandon Broadus - Last post by Scott Holtzman
Trailer pic

Is the purpose of the subs for the revelers on the float or the folks watching?


 12 
 on: Today at 01:18:05 am 
Started by Brandon Broadus - Last post by Callan Browne
Hey,
Few quick questions, are your current subs at their limits, and if so, how do you know they are (limiting lights etc)

And what exactly do you mean by 'the sound you know you can get'. Do you have a reference, like when using the system indoors etc?

Lastly, how would you describe the difference what you have and what you want/expect? And At what distance from the subs?

I think having them together anywhere on your trailer is going to be about the same. Keep them together somewhere safe near the available power.

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 13 
 on: Today at 01:04:13 am 
Started by Brandon Broadus - Last post by Brandon Broadus
Trailer pic

 14 
 on: Today at 01:02:14 am 
Started by Aaron Kennedy - Last post by Len Zenith Jr
^^ Sounds like a mic/line level issue. Look for a switch/push button on the board.

 15 
 on: Today at 12:54:27 am 
Started by Brandon Broadus - Last post by Brandon Broadus
First off let me thank you for taking the time to read this and many thanks for your helpfull advice ! That said, i have read many articles and forums and watched videos on sub placement , corner coupling , ect. And they cover a wide range of conditions. Homes, halls, outside, auto. But what im looking for is the best place to put my subs on a trailer with sides. I have a trailer (inside dimensions) around 30 ft long 8 ft wide with 4 ft high walls. We use this in mardi gras parades and for the last few years i have just put two 18's on the floor in the center of the float facing one side as its the most convenient for the riders. But this just doesnt produce the sound i know i can get. So after reading so many different things such as corner coupling and dont put subs within 8' of a wall unless next to the wall. I am wondering if i would be better off with the subs against one side or one end or both or any other suggestions for placement. The rest of the speakers are on an overhead platform and sound great but i could really use some gelp with these subs. I will attempt to attach a picture of the trailer for refrence.

 16 
 on: Today at 12:40:25 am 
Started by Aaron Kennedy - Last post by Debbie Dunkley
Speaking of such things.....
The singer in one of  Chris's bands uses a wireless Senny EW100. There is a local venue that they play with an in house PA which is one of the few places the band doesn't use me for sound. Each time they play there I have to turn her mic receiver sensitivity up at least 12db from what we normally use to get that board to even recognize the signal. The gain has to be way high on the channel input too.
I use a A & H QU-PAC and the venue uses a A & H GL ( 2400 I believe). That seems quite a difference.

 17 
 on: Today at 12:37:55 am 
Started by Kurt Hutchison - Last post by Scott Holtzman
I looks like it was professionally installed by a contractor, but they messed a few things up pretty bad.

Except for the below 200 hz part, the rest of it is pretty good, Midas M32 mixer (love that thing), 16-channel on-stage monitoring system (Behringer PM-16's), wiring is nicely done in recessed ports on-stage, and the flying line array is crisp and clear.

If I thought the whole system was terrible I would be right there with ya.

How tiny is the line array?  Do you know what it is?  I can't imagine it rolls off at 200hz


 18 
 on: Today at 12:26:23 am 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Debbie Dunkley
 "You're killing me Larry!"....... :-\

 19 
 on: Today at 12:12:35 am 
Started by Kurt Hutchison - Last post by Kurt Hutchison
I looks like it was professionally installed by a contractor, but they messed a few things up pretty bad.

Except for the below 200 hz part, the rest of it is pretty good, Midas M32 mixer (love that thing), 16-channel on-stage monitoring system (Behringer PM-16's), wiring is nicely done in recessed ports on-stage, and the flying line array is crisp and clear.

If I thought the whole system was terrible I would be right there with ya.

 20 
 on: Today at 12:03:37 am 
Started by Aaron Kennedy - Last post by Len Zenith Jr
Is there any advantage between turning one down and the other up?

There is but it isn't gain before feedback. Having a weak signal that needs a lot of gain at the end of the signal chain increases noise in the system as the huge increase in gain at the end also increases the noise floor from all the components in the chain the same amount. A strong signal to begin with reduces that.

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