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Stian Larsen

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Nexo Ps15R2 and RS15 advice
« on: August 26, 2017, 05:47:06 am »

Hi.
New to this forum. I am currently playing in a duo that plays modern country music. The singer plays guitar while I play keboards and sing background vocals. Everything else is backing tracks(drums, bass, violins, steel guitars etc). We do about 30 gigs a year. From small rooms with 100 people to outdoorgigs with 500 people. we have used a lot of different gear through the years. Last pa system we had was Yamaha Dsr112 and Dsr 118. It was ok but the sub couldent keep up with the top. We also tought the 112 sounded a little harsh when pushed.
So we sold it and bought Nexo Ps10R2 with Ls600 subs. We also bought the Dtd-t and the Dtdamp 1.3. We didnt have the possibilty to listen before bought it. Got a little dissapointed. the tops sounds ok but also gets top heavy when pushed. The big dissapointment for us where the Ls600. They are loud, but one note wonders we think.
So got 2 Ps15R2 and 2 RS15 for an oudoor gig to test. Wow. Completly different. No harshness and those subs, very musical with a lot of punch. Used the Dtd-t with settings for Ps15R2 and Ls600(the dtd-t dont have settings for RS15). We also used our Dtdamp. We played pretty loud and the amp didnt seem to have trouble drivin the speakers even tough it is rated just 750 watt in 8 ohms.
Is there anyone who has experience with this setup? Any suggestions/ comments on this rig?
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Re: Nexo Ps15R2 and RS15 advice
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2017, 08:38:18 am »

As per the forum rules and a bunch of reminders, you're gonna need to set your displayed name to be your real, actual name.

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