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Matt Vivlamore

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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #10 on: January 22, 2015, 02:42:09 pm »

Yes! Looks like the SRX835P is 60x40, perfect for splaying! Drivers are Differential Drive and 3" compression.

Sweetwater has pricing up for the SRX800s.
SRX812P = $1299
SRX815P = $1399
SRX835P = $1599
SRX818AP = $1599
SRX828SP = $1999

Just as an FYI:
PRX715P is $949
STX815m is $1499

PRX718XLF is $1399
VRX918SP is $1999
STX818S is $1199
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #11 on: January 22, 2015, 05:38:44 pm »

MSRP prices are $530 for the Ui 16 and $350 for the Ui12. Available in March. I'm going to buy one of the Ui16s as soon as they are available to put into my banquet hall rack.

Looks like UK RRP is almost 1:1 :$ - https://www.soundtech.co.uk/professional-audio/soundcraft/news/soundcraft-announce-ui-series-digital-mixers

The Soundcraft Ui12 and Ui16 are both expected to ship in the UK in April 2015 priced at 379 and 499 RRP inc VAT respectively.
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #12 on: January 22, 2015, 11:45:14 pm »

Looks like UK RRP is almost 1:1 :$ - https://www.soundtech.co.uk/professional-audio/soundcraft/news/soundcraft-announce-ui-series-digital-mixers

The Soundcraft Ui12 and Ui16 are both expected to ship in the UK in April 2015 priced at 379 and 499 RRP inc VAT respectively.

Anybody notice the ridiculous angle of the 815P in monitor position?  extreme "up" angle & different than the 812P  strange...
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #13 on: January 23, 2015, 06:05:07 am »

Sweetwater has pricing up for the SRX800s.
SRX812P = $1299
SRX815P = $1399
SRX835P = $1599
SRX818AP = $1599
SRX828SP = $1999

Just as an FYI:
PRX715P is $949
STX815m is $1499

PRX718XLF is $1399
VRX918SP is $1999
STX818S is $1199

Musicians' Friend had them up very early in the day and then took them back down for some reason. Same prices of course.

My first thought was wondering if Debbie was having second thoughts about getting the DSRs. Then I saw the $400 difference in list price and thought, "probably not".

Anybody notice the ridiculous angle of the 815P in monitor position?  extreme "up" angle & different than the 812P  strange...

People need options. On a tight stage I'd prefer that angle. JBL's site also mentions  "indexed feet". What the heck does that mean?
« Last Edit: January 23, 2015, 06:43:37 am by Scott Olewiler »
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #14 on: January 23, 2015, 09:37:28 am »

Anybody notice the ridiculous angle of the 815P in monitor position?  extreme "up" angle & different than the 812P  strange...

The angles are much better than the PRX600/PRX700, where you need to carry a piece of wood to get a useful angle without putting the wedge 10' in front of the musician.

On the web site... I think the 812p has a good angle, looks like the SRX712m angles ... where at the 815p has a 'needs to be close' angle.

SRX812P:


SRX815P:
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #15 on: January 23, 2015, 10:11:14 am »

The angles are much better than the PRX600/PRX700, where you need to carry a piece of wood to get a useful angle without putting the wedge 10' in front of the musician.

On the web site... I think the 812p has a good angle, looks like the SRX712m angles ... where at the 815p has a 'needs to be close' angle.

SRX812P:


SRX815P:


Exactly Matt!  I don't like the angle of the 815P at all!!  and really no good for a drum fill...
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2015, 10:22:37 am »

Exactly Matt!  I don't like the angle of the 815P at all!!  and really no good for a drum fill...

I was all set to preorder one of each till I saw the angle on the 15, and now im reconsidering the EV ETX 15P instead.
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #17 on: January 23, 2015, 11:17:44 am »

DR260 just became obsolete. Meet VENU360.

http://dbxpro.com/en-US/products/driverack-venu360
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #18 on: January 23, 2015, 11:22:06 am »

They do appear to be locking IEC connectors.  Info is up on JBL's website.
They are locking. I asked the Harman rep why they didn't use powercon and he said it was a cost issue. Nice looking cabs up close. I was really intrigued by the 835. Didn't get to hear them though.
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Re: New products on the way
« Reply #19 on: January 23, 2015, 11:23:58 am »

I was all set to preorder one of each till I saw the angle on the 15, and now im reconsidering the EV ETX 15P instead.

It would probably good for a Drummer or DJ wedge.  I still prefer to run 12" wedges.
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