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 21 
 on: Yesterday at 07:13:24 pm 
Started by Tim Hite - Last post by Alec Spence
With much abuse from other people, who just don't care, I've found the following problems with our 210/9 stands, when I haven't got my beady eye on them:

The crimp at the top of the vertical tube, which holds the stud that the boom assembly screws onto, comes loose.  I've tried re-crimping, but it never lasts that long.  Only remaining solution is to drill through and use a rivet/bolt to attach firmly.

If the above happens, then it's not uncommon for the inner pole to fall out, and then get lost.

Stripped threads in the thumbwheels on the boom, and once on the tommy bar adjuster.

That said, I wouldn't buy anything else...

 22 
 on: Yesterday at 06:43:54 pm 
Started by Rodney Connelly - Last post by Ray Aberle
It's meant to be used in groups of 4 as illustrated.  The big question is do you get 4 of them for the sale price, as a question posed on the site was not specifically answered.
Well, I read the listing as you get all eight speakers (a pair of 4-box "arrayz") for the price. That's probably why when Bob asked how come they're listed as 19# each but shipping weight is 49#-- that's 19# *per array* -- times two is 38, plus box/packaging.

Remember, these are SINGLE 4" speakers (in an array of four speakers) so it's definitely nothing to write home about.

-Ray

 23 
 on: Yesterday at 06:07:47 pm 
Started by Mike Sokol - Last post by David Buckley
So you're saying I could roast marshmallows over it like a campfire?

You can fry stuff up on a frypan on top of a 1K parcan.  You can torch stuff with a few well-aimed sharpies.  A 200KW fan heater will carbonize your marshmallows in a blink of an eye.   Assuming (a) the marshmallows could be persuaded to stay on the sticks, because you are talking about a significant amount of airflow here,  and (b) as long as the sticks were a many feet long, otherwise your body will also be in the jetstream, and will also be toasted to a crisp.

Load banks are mean pieces of engineering.

 24 
 on: Yesterday at 06:07:12 pm 
Started by Curt Sorensen - Last post by Pete Erskine
I've come across the following situation [or similar] several times in the last year and would love to know what the best strategy in this case would be.

In-house production has FS 1.9 deployed with multiple antennas.  Let's say for arguments sake they have 16 drops deployed throughout the production areas; so backstage as well as FOH areas covered.  I roll in with a production truck with a Base Station installed that is essentially the Hub of my comms system.  So It's got all 8 of it's analog ports full with various things in the truck, so relocating it where the In-House Base station is would be problematic.  I want to deploy 6 drops of FS 1.9 in the FOH area for MY production folks using Fiber to remote my antennas from the truck [we're running fiber anyway for cameras and such].

What's my best plan?  Can i theoretically operate a standalone system without the 2 systems fighting with each other given that there is only 22 drops in actual operation [and less than 3-4 per transceiver for both systems]?  Or will they walk on one another since they are not "sync-ed"?  To be clear, simply isolating my system from theirs won't really work because they both need to cover the same area.  Is there a way to make this work, or is it time for me to pull out my much maligned 900MHz HME rig?

Thanks for the help in advance...

If you will have the same exact PL channels, I would just sync your BP to their system and not use your base.  If they haven't deployed 10 antennas you can extend your coverage with your antennas.

Last week I did a show at the Jazz at Lincoln center where they have a 1.9 system and Worldstage sent a 1.9 system for me..  the only common channel was Production so I used my base - total BP was less than 25 - I didn't sync since their base was too far away and had no issues.

 25 
 on: Yesterday at 05:43:58 pm 
Started by Dustin Campbell - Last post by Dustin Campbell
Southern California- decent condition.   92220





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 26 
 on: Yesterday at 05:40:57 pm 
Started by Rodney Connelly - Last post by Scott Helmke
Hey, Ive been looking for a new pair of computer speakers!

 27 
 on: Yesterday at 05:33:02 pm 
Started by Brian Strike - Last post by Scott Helmke

Bizarrely, LS9s still pick up decent money used - so you might even be able to replace it with an X32 on a cost neutral (or even profitable) basis.  After that, life gets easy - just add S16/S32 stageboxes and P16 monitor mixers - and ditch the big heavy multicore.  You'll be surprised by how much more capable the X32 is than the LS9 - and you'll settle into it pretty quickly...

The LS9 is still a pretty solid mixer, basically everything you need for a small show in one box.  Were still making money from ours, in various boring jobs. 

But if I was on a budget and wanted Yamaha, Id buy a TF in a heartbeat. 

 28 
 on: Yesterday at 05:31:52 pm 
Started by Curt Sorensen - Last post by Mac Kerr
I've come across the following situation [or similar] several times in the last year and would love to know what the best strategy in this case would be.

In-house production has FS 1.9 deployed with multiple antennas.  Let's say for arguments sake they have 16 drops deployed throughout the production areas; so backstage as well as FOH areas covered.  I roll in with a production truck with a Base Station installed that is essentially the Hub of my comms system.  So It's got all 8 of it's analog ports full with various things in the truck, so relocating it where the In-House Base station is would be problematic.  I want to deploy 6 drops of FS 1.9 in the FOH area for MY production folks using Fiber to remote my antennas from the truck [we're running fiber anyway for cameras and such].

What's my best plan?  Can i theoretically operate a standalone system without the 2 systems fighting with each other given that there is only 22 drops in actual operation [and less than 3-4 per transceiver for both systems]?  Or will they walk on one another since they are not "sync-ed"?  To be clear, simply isolating my system from theirs won't really work because they both need to cover the same area.  Is there a way to make this work, or is it time for me to pull out my much maligned 900MHz HME rig?

Thanks for the help in advance...

This is my situation next week exactly, except I'll have the "house" system and the truck will be bringing their system for their fiber connected cameras. I'll try to connect them with a sync cable.

Mac

 29 
 on: Yesterday at 05:30:22 pm 
Started by Brian McMahan - Last post by Brian McMahan
Thanks JP. 

I often do that... but Im getting increasingly lazy in my old age.  ;)



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 30 
 on: Yesterday at 05:11:43 pm 
Started by Rodney Connelly - Last post by Tim McCulloch
But remember- it "IS" a line array, and is scaleable.

Isn't that all that is important??????

Ducking and hiding now---------

It's meant to be used in groups of 4 as illustrated.  The big question is do you get 4 of them for the sale price, as a question posed on the site was not specifically answered.

I note that in the first batch of "you might also like" were some really cheap, conventional boxes that uniformly had gotten poor reviews.  This will probably be another.

We can hope, right?

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