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Jordan Wolf

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Re: LOOKING TO UPGRADE-There's the problem!
« Reply #30 on: September 02, 2009, 04:04:23 pm »

Tom Corley wrote on Wed, 02 September 2009 15:36

...Perhaps I can, in some small way, change the perception of DJ's on the Pro Forum...

The actual problem does not lie in this forum.  It lies with your fellow DJs.  I think the BEST way you can help that cause is to educate them about the proper way(s) to setup and run their rigs (be it a simple DJ mixer or a complete PA system).  That solves the actual problem instead of fixing a symptom of it.

Just realize that some people don't want to listen and there's usually nothing you can do but say, "I told you so".
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Re: LOOKING TO UPGRADE-There's the problem!
« Reply #31 on: September 02, 2009, 04:09:14 pm »

Point taken. This forum is replete with knowledgeable people. Initially I felt a since of foreboding from some of the respondents. I guess their past experiences with DJ's was not good. I for one am not going to hold back when I learn a best practice. If we share information it will build a better community of sound/DJ professionals.
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Re: LOOKING TO UPGRADE-There's the problem!
« Reply #32 on: September 02, 2009, 04:09:55 pm »

Tom Corley wrote on Wed, 02 September 2009 14:36

I will look into a proper crossover. Thank you for your insight. Perhaps I can, in some small way, change the perception of DJ's on the Pro Forum. I am looking to be a more than competent sound man. With input like this I am on my way to a more comprehensive sound system. I will repost with the outcome. Again thanks to all who had the patience to respond. DJ TOM.

You help already.  You're not a raving loony spouting market-speak or DJ Drivel.  Move to the front of the line.

Have fun, good luck.

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Re: LOOKING TO UPGRADE-There's the problem!
« Reply #33 on: September 02, 2009, 04:10:39 pm »

Thanks Tim
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Re: LOOKING TO UPGRADE
« Reply #34 on: November 18, 2010, 06:15:15 pm »

I'm biased (as QSC is a client) but the feedback I'm getting on K Series and KW Series is those lines are have superior high fidelity anywhere near their price and portability range. Sound quality: Though not their intended use, I know of two recording studios who use K's for far field (and really loud) playback. Suggest you audition k10s or k12s with one or two kw181 subs. Try to audition them against the other brands recommended here with music you know well. Here's a young DJ talking about his experience with the tops: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgqCjqu9FQE and another with some explanation of the built in mixer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0Owej0DXOw&feature=relat ed
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