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Ken Barlow

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NL4 question about EAW SB 180
« on: March 02, 2011, 08:35:15 pm »

I don't have the speaker in front of me but maybe someone could answer this. Does pins 1+ and 1- pass through the 2 NL 4 connectors or do I have to internally solder my own? Reason is I want run a jumper up to a full range top and bi amp the two boxes and don't want to run two cables. This will be for a drum monitor. I know it's not the ideal sub cab, I would rather use an SB 250 but it's what I got.

Thanks in advance,
Ken

Edit: EAW spec sheet is no help.
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Re: NL4 question about EAW SB 180
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2011, 03:38:30 pm »

I don't have the speaker in front of me but maybe someone could answer this. Does pins 1+ and 1- pass through the 2 NL 4 connectors or do I have to internally solder my own? Reason is I want run a jumper up to a full range top and bi amp the two boxes and don't want to run two cables. This will be for a drum monitor. I know it's not the ideal sub cab, I would rather use an SB 250 but it's what I got.

Thanks in advance,
Ken

Edit: EAW spec sheet is no help.

I really meant pins 2+ and 2-. EAW confirms that the panel is internally jumped on pins 1+ and 1- AND pins 2+ and 2-. FWIW to anyone.
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