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Debbie Dunkley

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Re: Comparison passive/active
« Reply #60 on: November 24, 2013, 09:15:52 am »

Update....gig went well and no casualties YAY !. I got a few splashes on them but nothing to worry about.
In, fact, security stepped in at one point when some dancers started grabbing the mic from the singer. She got a little worried. Finally, the owner did the right thing and kicked out the trouble makers. The rest of the evening went smoothly.
The 3 singers in the band expect quite high levels on stage and I was a bit worried whether the ELX's could keep up but the musicians  were very happy and I got those suckers up high and sounding clear and punchy. I am very happy with them. I used them with a Crown XLS2000 at 375 watts per side into 8 ohms. It was a good fit. 
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Re: Comparison passive/active
« Reply #61 on: November 24, 2013, 02:29:29 pm »

Update....gig went well and no casualties YAY !. I got a few splashes on them but nothing to worry about.
In, fact, security stepped in at one point when some dancers started grabbing the mic from the singer. She got a little worried. Finally, the owner did the right thing and kicked out the trouble makers. The rest of the evening went smoothly.
The 3 singers in the band expect quite high levels on stage and I was a bit worried whether the ELX's could keep up but the musicians  were very happy and I got those suckers up high and sounding clear and punchy. I am very happy with them. I used them with a Crown XLS2000 at 375 watts per side into 8 ohms. It was a good fit.

Happy to hear on the positive results.  Glad the owner grew a pair and had security remove the trouble. 
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