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Author Topic: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.  (Read 976 times)

Steve Garris

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Re: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.
« Reply #10 on: April 25, 2018, 04:44:09 pm »

I use these small, rubber wheel chocks with my Ber B212 monitors when used.

This is from my Amazon purchased list:

https://goo.gl/JULRMY
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Rob Bernstein

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Re: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.
« Reply #11 on: April 25, 2018, 10:26:56 pm »

I use these small, rubber wheel chocks with my Ber B212 monitors when used.

This is from my Amazon purchased list:

https://goo.gl/JULRMY

I used wheel chocks from Harbor Freight when I was using the 612M's as monitors (I'm using 712's now, no angle issues). The wheel chocks are also great to prop open doors to get in an out of a venue, and keep my trailer from rocking as well. Multi-purpose wonders.
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Wes Garland

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Re: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.
« Reply #12 on: April 26, 2018, 09:02:53 am »

I have scrap 6" lengths of 1x4 and 2x4 in my box of crap that I use for fixing problems like this.  Paint the wood black, and then wrap it like a present with kitchen cupboard liner. Use a staple gun to hold the liner in place.  The cupboard liner is like tool tray liner, but thinner.  It provides grip and a pro look.
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Re: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.
« Reply #13 on: April 26, 2018, 12:27:17 pm »

I've seen long bolts in fly points used.   Fair warning,  the fly points can get pushed into the box if, hypothetically mind you,  someone were to put a lot of weight on them.   Say,  for example,  the weight of a lead singer.
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Re: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.
« Reply #14 on: April 26, 2018, 03:44:10 pm »

I've seen long bolts in fly points used.   Fair warning,  the fly points can get pushed into the box if, hypothetically mind you,  someone were to put a lot of weight on them.   Say,  for example,  the weight of a lead singer.

I've been looking into a building a cradle and using the fly points so that the cradle never separates from the cabinet.  I'm still in the thought stage as in I haven't put any real thought into it yet.  Biggest concern is setup and tear down time.  I already have full covers and have no intention of buying new large covers that could fit the cradle so that would mean attaching and removing the cradle at every gig.
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Re: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.
« Reply #15 on: April 26, 2018, 10:01:47 pm »

Buy some black milk crates.  Cut them to have the correct cradle shape.  Use them to store cables and whatnot for load in/out.
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Re: Changing the angle of a PRX612m.
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