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 on: Today at 06:02:17 pm 
Started by Steve Crump - Last post by Jon Brunskill
Yikes. I'd hope the QU wouldn't come 'set to fail.
I was wondering too why or what a looped function like this would be useful -and an option?
Thanks.

I use this all the time. Not to rout a reverb back on it's self, but to rout another effect such as delay into the reverb.

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 on: Today at 05:56:56 pm 
Started by Brook Hovland - Last post by Chris Hindle
In my area Marshall requests are low. Typically a JCM 2000, DSL40 or JVM410 is what comes up. In my area Fenders are the best bet for backline. If you have a hot rod deluxe, a super reverb, and a Tweed deluxe variant you are pretty good to go.

In other words, Bob's basement...... ;D
Chris.

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 on: Today at 05:56:25 pm 
Started by Bob Kidd - Last post by Jon Brunskill
I haven't personally gotten into the srx settings to know what it can do. Should be interesting. To be honest biggest concern is once their hung where to position the 6 728s. Could put in center in front of stage but would have people jumping up on them.

Stack them two high as a crowd barrier?

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 on: Today at 05:49:44 pm 
Started by Jon Brunskill - Last post by Jon Brunskill
In the end, it's all personal - I just wish I'd known about the lightweight cardboard edition...

That was a limited edition, but I'm more that happy to sell it to you!!!

It's kind of a shame that the ui24 doesn't have any kind of expansion slot for AES/Dante/MADI/etc like other rackmounts, it would really make this the device to beat, even if it added a couple hundred bucks to the price.

I've heard that this is a highly requested feature, but no idea if they are going to do anything about it. It is possible to use Dante Via with the Ui24 over USB, but you would need a seperate laptop to do that.

At the end of the day it's not a high end product, and advanced features at this level are unlikely.

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 on: Today at 05:43:10 pm 
Started by M. Erik Matlock - Last post by Stephen Swaffer
Our church believes in a strong pastoral leadership (not a topic for discussion-we have a leader not a dictator) as such I only have to please one person when mixing-keep everyone happy is his problem-I like that a LOT!

The local political party I spend some time with has a disproportionate number of "sound guys"-you'd think that would lead to conflict at events-except that time is donated and most of us are happy to let the other guy have the headache-so sound is always great :)

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 on: Today at 05:13:29 pm 
Started by Tony Mamoh - Last post by Matthew Knischewsky
The damaged voice coil will tell the tale of what happened to it. If the coil is black or looks burned all over, that would be long term damage. If the coil is open (no continuity) but has no visible damage or a very small burn mark that would be something more short term, like feedback. If the diaphragm is shattered or has holes in it that could be debris between the diaphragm and the phase plug. If there's one deep scratch in the coil that would be debris in the gap. If there's a wider area of scratches that could indicate the driver was dropped, or wasn't well centred upon installation. If there's scratches all the way around that could indicate long term overheating.

Less frequently it could be a manufacturing defect. I've also seen bad solder joint between the terminal and the voice coil lead, which may be repaired.

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 on: Today at 05:07:38 pm 
Started by Bob Kidd - Last post by Bob Kidd
I don't have much in the way of orange label products, so my knowledge on some gear only goes as far as what I see at a glance on product highlights in the shiny catalogs I use as table leg spacers XD

I haven't personally gotten into the srx settings to know what it can do. Should be interesting. To be honest biggest concern is once their hung where to position the 6 728s. Could put in center in front of stage but would have people jumping up on them.

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 on: Today at 05:00:41 pm 
Started by Jon Brunskill - Last post by Steve Garris
Not with html5 compatibility... it is something of a standard and should be around for a long time to come.  There is a lot of industrial strength thin client software out there based on html 5 that is in the hundreds of dollars per seat category...   cad viewers (not cad workstation of course), manufacturing, ERP - yeah, my day gig is spent in that arena working with PDM and PLM products.

The Ui-24 has had 2 firmware updates since itís release with another imminent (supporting cascading boxes) and left no one behind...   I rarely made it through 1 firmware update with either of my 16.4.2 or dl-1608 boards with all connecting devices intact.

Basing the UI on html5 also

1.keeps the App Store out of the distribution loop
2.keeps the developers in one dev environment so they can focus on feature set and reliability and still addresses multiple OS devices.
3.  One dev team to manage, not one per OS (writing for iOS is nothing like writing for Windows. Android oS I have stayed away from due to itís lack of standards, at least early on).

The translates into Soundcraft being able to deliver a high reliability product and react to customer demand faster at the same time...  which they have basically proven at this point,and will cement with the next release.

My biggest gripe...  that the Ui based software hasnít been adopted on the SI Expression platform and it is not likely it could be...
(Yes, I suppose I have drunk the Ui 24 Kool-Aid ;-)

Mal, I should fly down and visit you some day when you have a gig. I'm seriously looking at the Ui24 right now, upgrading from a DL1608.

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 on: Today at 04:57:48 pm 
Started by Tony Mamoh - Last post by Robert Healey
Here is an old article from EV about loudspeaker failures that is still highly relevant:

https://www.electrovoice.com/binary/EV_PABible-03-Add02-Power_Handling_Cap-1979.pdf

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 on: Today at 04:55:45 pm 
Started by Steve Crump - Last post by Tim McCulloch
You had me going for a bit.... I have all QU mixers. I just checked mine and the factory setting is not set to have the FX returns route back through themselves. If you hit each FX aux, the 'ON' button automatically goes off for each FX you choose. In other words, if you hit FX1, FX1 ret turns off but leaves FX2,3 and 4 on. If you hit FX2, FX2 ret turns off but leaves FX1, 3 and 4 on.

Thank you for the hands-on report, Debbie!  It would have been very surprising to find out differently.

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