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 on: Today at 11:27:27 pm 
Started by drew gandy - Last post by drew gandy
That chart does not support your original arguement regarding efficiency loss at higher speeds.  Half of the vehicles in that chart show the same or better MPG at 70-75 mph as they do at 55 mph.
Thank you for questioning it!  Seriously. 
The car that they talk about in the example is the Subaru Outback.  There is a guy who drives it to go camping often and drives around 70MPH.  They compare his "group" of drivers to the slowest drivers who average 55MPH. When comparing those two groups, those who drive 70 pay 50% more for their gas each month. 

I think that the vehicles chosen for the graph were picked because of their differences.  Would it be safe to argue that most of the vehicles that "we" drive (to carry gear) are most similar to the Subaru and many quite a bit worse? 
Take a look at this graph from a different place. 


 on: Today at 11:06:37 pm 
Started by Al Rettich - Last post by Steven Eudaly
d&b's ArrayCalc is pretty user friendly and has some pre-built rooms built in so you don't have to draw anything if you don't want to.

Yes, you're limited to only modeling d&b boxes, but there is enough variety in their product line to likely model a similar device to what you have.

 on: Today at 10:54:06 pm 
Started by Loren Miller - Last post by Mark Hannah
Here is a short paper on pattern obstruction.

Sent from my VS996 using Tapatalk

Do you have additional papers related to the RF world like this?

I visited Nearfields Systems' website.  If you are a regular visitor to this site, could you narrow down some of these papers?


 on: Today at 10:40:57 pm 
Started by drew gandy - Last post by Stephen Swaffer
Thanks for all the replies. 

Since most folks don't seem to be going to the link at automatic (no I'm not trying to promote them or anything) here's a graph from their blog.  As I understand it, this graph is compiled from their data from the devices in their user's cars. 

It seems like there are 2 reasons that folks "drive fast":

A)  The time is worth more than the savings.
B)  It's safer. 

If gas were $15/gal and we somehow removed all the problematic drivers from the road, how fast would you drive?

That chart does not support your original arguement regarding efficiency loss at higher speeds.  Half of the vehicles in that chart show the same or better MPG at 70-75 mph as they do at 55 mph.

 on: Today at 10:33:56 pm 
Started by Chip Smith - Last post by Mike Caldwell
In going from a 32 channel to a 40 channel board are those additional 8 channels something that would be used at the same time along with the other 32 or just needed for special extra inputs but your over all needed channel count would not exceed 32?
If the total needed channel count does not exceed 32 at any given time using a stage box with a QU32 the extra inputs could remain connected and with a scene change activated and brought into the mixer.

With the QU series mixers there's a little bonus when you use a stage box, you can assign mic inputs from the stage box to the 3 stereo line inputs on the board that would get you a 35 channel mixer!
The stereo line inputs are on the second surface layer though. The QU does have a custom layer.

 on: Today at 10:32:48 pm 
Started by Antoine van de Cruyssen - Last post by Tim McCulloch
Before any of our Irish (or Irish-American) correspondents tears you a new one, I'll point out more gently that Guinness isn't British at all, but, as you've now guessed, Irish.

Not that we don't appreciate it here, but we're definitely not presumptuous enough to claim it as our own ;)


You caught my sly slap of silliness. :D 

 on: Today at 10:27:19 pm 
Started by josh allman - Last post by josh allman
My dad has a machine shop so I made an adjustable stand for them on top of the subs. But with some changes I could put a pole adapter on there.

I have to ask, how do you get a 130lb speaker in the air on pole stand and who makes a stand for that purpose?

It looks like the JBL Gas Tripod will hold 150lbs. The K&M crank says 110lbs...if I can pull it off aesthetically, just maybe.

So it gets my speaker close to 7ft in the air. Take the additional 39" from the stage, I have my speaker about 10ft off the ground. And about 70ft deep and 50ft section of seating to cover....again, aesthetics potentially in the way, I could center cluster the subs (they will be stage height almost exact). Worse case, they go on the floor in front of the mains instead of the stage.

Lots of options...I will try to sketch this up.

 on: Today at 10:12:51 pm 
Started by drew gandy - Last post by John Roberts {JR}
I remember reading something about the German Autobahns. It said that removing the speed limit reduced accidents.
I drove an army jeep on the autobahn in germany (during NATO maneuvers), but apparently not fast enough. I could see the fast cars flash their high beams from way back for me to get out of the way, but on a hill I still had trouble getting out of their way in time.


 on: Today at 09:30:52 pm 
Started by ThomasA(lbenberger) - Last post by John Fruits
Actually the photo shows two speaker hangs.  The big one on the left is what the AV consultant says is needed.  The tiny one on the right is what the accountants are insisting on.

 on: Today at 09:28:37 pm 
Started by Chip Smith - Last post by Dave Pluke
Are there any other digital mixers mixers with 32+1 faders at a similar price point as the SQ-7?  (Trying to keep it under $7,000)

The DiGiCo S31 *almost* meets your fader count and budget.

Beyond having someone rebuild your Soundcraft or finding a used console with plenty of life left, your pickings will be slim in the analog world.  Still some high end analog consoles being built, but mostly for studio use.

I, personally, love the fader count of the Yamaha M7CL48 but I think you'd find it rather harsh sounding next to your Series Two.  The Yamaha QL5 would allow direct plug and play swap out with your existing console and they sound much warmer than their predecessors.  Gonna bust your budget, though.


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