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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 09:45:24 pm 
Started by jesseweiss - Last post by jesseweiss
IEM receivers have peak limiters so that something going wrong doesn't blow your ears out.  I would make sure that there was something in the line.  I don't know what kind of noise comes though in an RF drop out but that's also something to consider.

Thanks, that's the kind of questions/concerns I was looking for. The P2 has a limiter as well, since it's a headphone amp, so I should be fine on that end. I've used my P1 already wired (haven't used the P2 yet), wired from an aux out on the mixer without incident.

If that's the only issue, it sounds like it might be doable.

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 09:42:26 pm 
Started by Brian Strachan - Last post by Brian Strachan

For the applications you've mentioned, replacing the subs with better would be a very good decision.  Replacing them with something unknown with zero resale value - not so much.   JTR Orbit Shifter or Danley TH118 are the two I'd look at first. 

After deciding on the subs - then look at amps.  The PL380 is good, but Powersoft K3 or K10 would unlock more potential, depending on sub.

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I can understand your argument about buying name brand, known subs and I will consider that. One of the places I've done sound with a few times has a pair of those Danley's and single 18" drivers simply do not keep up with how much sound we are trying to make. The EDM community loves bass more than anyone else. In fact the last show I did at that venue we used 4 (yes 4) cabinets of dual 18s to get the wall shake the event coordinators wanted.

As for the power soft amplifiers, they simply do not fit into my price range. I know a couple people personally who'd be willing to sell me PL380s they have currently collecting dust.

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 09:07:14 pm 
Started by jesseweiss - Last post by Stephen Kirby
IEM receivers have peak limiters so that something going wrong doesn't blow your ears out.  I would make sure that there was something in the line.  I don't know what kind of noise comes though in an RF drop out but that's also something to consider.

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 08:57:06 pm 
Started by Brian Strachan - Last post by Caleb Dueck


When I have the money I think I will sell my SW218s and buy his purpose built cabinets.

....1 PL380 to power the subs in stereo.

For the applications you've mentioned, replacing the subs with better would be a very good decision.  Replacing them with something unknown with zero resale value - not so much.   JTR Orbit Shifter or Danley TH118 are the two I'd look at first. 

After deciding on the subs - then look at amps.  The PL380 is good, but Powersoft K3 or K10 would unlock more potential, depending on sub.

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 95 
 on: Yesterday at 08:52:15 pm 
Started by dave moldover - Last post by dave moldover
(12) Applied Electronics prewired lamp bars (4) have male in+female outputs to daisy chain.
(72) Elation Optipars + spare parts, WFL & NSP lenses, gel frames
lamped with HPL575w + a dozen spare lamps
(3) ETC smartpack dimmers 2400w x 6 channels (2)socopex outputs
Wired up in a rolling PD rack with 3phase camlock input connectors
Main breaker, volt meters, additional breakers and power output connectors.
Dimmers and PD in great condition.
Lamp bars and fixtures in well used but fully functional condition.
3 custom built rolling racks carry 4 lamp bars each.
Also have lots of 14/14 socopex in various lengths and a dozen Source 4 lecos in great condition.
Make me an offer for this rig! It's in Rockville, MD. Near I-95. Will deliver within a few hours for a fee..

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 08:47:55 pm 
Started by Kenny Phillips - Last post by Caleb Dueck
Nothing. 

Basically if the mains and subs are in phase through crossover - it more often than not means there was some delay applied to the mains.  This is due in large part to the crossover filter on the sub.

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 97 
 on: Yesterday at 08:19:53 pm 
Started by Kemper Watson - Last post by Dave Pluke
Anyone used these yet? I've had several people here tell me the company had reinvented the wheel. Your thoughts?

Yeah.  I own sE V7 dynamics, VR2 (active) ribbons and sE5 Small Diaphragm Condensers (discontinued).  All very, very good - and competitively priced.  sE just posted a video of durability testing the V7, including plenty of drops, running over with a car AND roasting on a BBQ grill (haven't run into that scenario...yet).  https://youtu.be/dRcM4CyQPwM

Did a blurb for them awhile back:  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/968248756847202304

The V7's supercardioid pattern does yield better GBF than an SM58 and its top end clarity is really pleasant.  My only beef is they take forever to out-gas a plasticy smell.  That said, I'm looking forward to ordering the Shure-compatible wireless V7 capsules soon.

Don't know if they are mentioned on big league riders, but Justin Timberlake and Chris Stapleton use sE V7's.

Dave

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 08:11:25 pm 
Started by Joe Mirabile - Last post by Rob Spence
I have a pull down screen I use for Super Bowl parties at my house.

I have a pair of old Atlas speaker stands (for old 1960s paging horns). I got a length of 3 PVC pipe 2 longer than the screen case and bridged the stands. I ran a pair of eye bolts through where the screen supports were and used a couple of snap rings to attach the screen.

Then two of us lift it up and the pull done the screen.
Works a treat. Wish I had a bigger screen though.



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 99 
 on: Yesterday at 08:10:02 pm 
Started by David Pedd - Last post by Jonathan Johnson

I can't count how many times I see this. I have, many times, seen people loosen the thumbscrew to drop the center tube down on the deck thinking that's how it's supposed to be.......

Then they complain about that "POS wobbly mic stand"?

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 08:06:32 pm 
Started by Tim McCulloch - Last post by Dave Pluke
There have been a couple of recent episodes of the forums going offline.  What's up?  Ernie? Fowler?

It's posted in the "News" section now.  Transitioning to new server on 10/23.

Dave

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