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Nikhil Mulay

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JBE Vetrec.. With base bins! ;)

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System of the day..
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New to working with very high end PA systems in decent conditions, help!
« Reply #82 on: August 08, 2016, 09:57:00 am »

At least that's safer than flying them in some half fast way.
Sometimes my setups are half fast if I've just had a big breakfast.
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System of the day..
Actually, those mid horns would seem to be fairly narrow pattern depending on how low they are going.  An earlier "multi-cell" line array.  ;)
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Nikhil Mulay

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Double your horizontal coverage bt adding another box to the side!

I've actually done gigs in smaller towns where the rig has been 8 srx728s a side with 10 assorted subs (about 3 different brands).. To roll off the low end for the mains, a graphic eq with all frequencies upto 100 pulled down and a behringer crossover for the subs!

The first thing I did was to atleast get the crossover working the way it should and connected the mains and subs to it.

Oh and because no one had heard of limiters, the 728s never had the original tweeter diaphragms in them.

I really don't miss the old days.. :)





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