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 on: Today at 11:04:11 am 
Started by Eric du Toit - Last post by Eric du Toit
Don't get caught up in reading specs. The numbers really don't mean a thing. Just get pro opinions right here on this forum and you'll be alright.


I'd guess that any church big enough that your K10/Mackie sub won't cover will have some kind of main PA.

Very helpful guys - thanks!  I think the decision is to sell one K10 & Tote, and pick up a second ZX1 and Amp. 

The setup will be the SRM1550 + 2 x K10 on poles  FOH and 2 x ZX1 for monitors powered by a QSC GXD4. 

I'm certain this will cover any smaller venue and most venues capable of seating up to 400.  Anything larger, and they'll have enough of a house system that we can send a main feed and monitor feed from our floor box mixer.


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 on: Today at 10:47:28 am 
Started by Kevin Maxwell - Last post by Riley Casey
The CL has a Neve branded parametric EQ and a comp.  The comp is certainly pleasant sounding in its way but doesn't warm things up the way say a pair of Summits tube comps would across the stereo buss.  If you want to try the over all warming up effect set it to 1.5 or 2:1 and run the threshold down til your pretty much in some gain reduction most of the time and see what you think.

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 on: Today at 10:39:41 am 
Started by Travis Dean - Last post by Mark Wilkinson
To see what's the most you can get with what you have,
I would put all four boxes in series-parallel so they equal the load of one box,
and then put that across the amp in bridge mono.

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 on: Today at 10:05:11 am 
Started by Chrysander 'C.R.' Young - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
That's how I got rid of my old lawn mower. Parked it by the side of the road with a sign that said FREE and another listing everything wrong with it. Ten minutes later it was gone.

(Why list everything that's wrong? So someone doesn't think they got cheated. Even if it's free, it can become a liability if it's unrepairable and you have to pay to dump it. I've heard it said that nothing is ever truly free.)
My town has a free curbside collection of such things once a month... Several years back I carried a few decades worth of accumulated detritus (old computers and the like) to the curb. I started loading it out a day early and by collection time 80% or more had already been carted off by scavengers.

JR

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 on: Today at 10:00:20 am 
Started by DavidTurner - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
For those that are not aware...

There is an intentional shift in education taking place across the country.  It started about 25 years ago beginning with the colleges (which is why you see so many people with college "degrees" that are working at low paying jobs).  Then, the shift made its way to high-schools about 10 years ago and is currently making its way to the lower grades.

There has been numerous changes with how colleges and high schools teach and, more specifically, what they teach.  There is far too much to describe what has happened than what can (or should be) placed in this forum.  Basically, the shift involves moving from learning (the old method), to focusing on the school (increasing revenue, increasing endowments, ensure students get all "A" grades and have a good experience). 

I keep a pulse on the academic institutions of this country... only because in 2004, I was a victim of the "college experience"; long story short, I needed nothing more than a junior-high level education to complete college level courses.  I dropped out knowing I would never return.

If you want to know more about the decline of education:
https://www.jamesgmartin.center/

I highly recommend reading through (or searching) their archives.


PS: For those thinking of sending their children to college... you may want to reconsider.  College credentials do NOT mean the same thing now as they did 25 years ago.
Sorry that you are (were?) a victim....of this conspiracy or whatever to devalue education.  ::)

This seems borderline off limits (politics and religion) for this forum (education budgets and overview of results is constantly kicked around by politicians).

That said many foreigners still send their children to the US for a good education, but few things are what they were 25 years ago, for better and worse.

JR

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 on: Today at 09:41:49 am 
Started by Kevin Maxwell - Last post by Kevin Maxwell
Yamaha CL5 with Neve plugin?

I have heard that a Neve plugin in the premium rack of the CL5 helps to warm up the sound of the console when inserted on the output bus. What Neve plugin is it that does that? Is it that you just insert it or are there any special settings that are then recommended to get that sound?

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 on: Today at 09:36:36 am 
Started by DavidTurner - Last post by Ray Aberle
PS: For those thinking of sending their children to college... you may want to reconsider.  College credentials do NOT mean the same thing now as they did 25 years ago.
Especially in our industry- How many times have you seen a "graduate" of "professional audio trade schools" that lacked a basic knowledge of skills to work in our industry?

-Ray

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 on: Today at 09:35:48 am 
Started by Mike Sokol - Last post by Mike Sokol
Oh yeah, those multi shelf food service carts are sometimes called Queen Mary Carts.

He ain't lying.... ;)

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 on: Today at 09:35:46 am 
Started by Mike Mottsey - Last post by Mike Mottsey
Pair of Yamaha dxr8's mint in box w/gator carrying bags $975.00 for the package shipped.


Mike
aikenproaudio@aol.com

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 on: Today at 09:31:29 am 
Started by DavidTurner - Last post by Bob Faulkner
Is there some odd issue with auto correct or have schools stopped teaching the difference between to and too?


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For those that are not aware...

There is an intentional shift in education taking place across the country.  It started about 25 years ago beginning with the colleges (which is why you see so many people with college "degrees" that are working at low paying jobs).  Then, the shift made its way to high-schools about 10 years ago and is currently making its way to the lower grades.

There has been numerous changes with how colleges and high schools teach and, more specifically, what they teach.  There is far too much to describe what has happened than what can (or should be) placed in this forum.  Basically, the shift involves moving from learning (the old method), to focusing on the school (increasing revenue, increasing endowments, ensure students get all "A" grades and have a good experience). 

I keep a pulse on the academic institutions of this country... only because in 2004, I was a victim of the "college experience"; long story short, I needed nothing more than a junior-high level education to complete college level courses.  I dropped out knowing I would never return.

If you want to know more about the decline of education:
https://www.jamesgmartin.center/

I highly recommend reading through (or searching) their archives.


PS: For those thinking of sending their children to college... you may want to reconsider.  College credentials do NOT mean the same thing now as they did 25 years ago.






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