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Author Topic: Powered Speakers and linking power?  (Read 1496 times)

Mal Brown

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Re: Powered Speakers and linking power?
« Reply #10 on: June 08, 2019, 08:36:09 pm »

I generally lay out 1 stringer cable with short quad boxes to handle frontline monitors and pedal boards.  I lay another to handle backline.  I do pedal boards with linked Quads attached to the backline stringer.  I generally have 10 to 12 LED washes on that frontline stringer
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Re: Powered Speakers and linking power?
« Reply #11 on: June 10, 2019, 08:42:43 am »

I like hearing your ideals on how you do it. 

The last band (wedding) I was primarly working with was on all IEMs; but did have I have the Turbosound iQ10's that I used for Ceremony/Cocktails and the occasional wedge.  I used to run the OA rubber Powercon boxes and it was very handy and I plan on getting these again.


I would love a set of PowerCon speakers, but it seems like there are very very few on the Market (in my price range).  I'm also looking at speakers that can be a dual purpose (Main or Monitor), I once had a set of monitor specific boxes and hated running them up on stands (all the inputs and controls where on top and I needed a ladder to hook them up).
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Re: Powered Speakers and linking power?
« Reply #12 on: June 10, 2019, 12:36:36 pm »

I like hearing your ideals on how you do it. 

The last band (wedding) I was primarly working with was on all IEMs; but did have I have the Turbosound iQ10's that I used for Ceremony/Cocktails and the occasional wedge.  I used to run the OA rubber Powercon boxes and it was very handy and I plan on getting these again.


I would love a set of PowerCon speakers, but it seems like there are very very few on the Market (in my price range).  I'm also looking at speakers that can be a dual purpose (Main or Monitor), I once had a set of monitor specific boxes and hated running them up on stands (all the inputs and controls where on top and I needed a ladder to hook them up).

The iQ series use Powercon.
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Re: Powered Speakers and linking power?
« Reply #13 on: July 01, 2019, 09:32:51 pm »

I built my own Siamese cables with an XLR, IEC power cable, and TechFlex that home run to a rack mount snake (DL32) and power strip...

Which model of TechFlex are you using for this? I just got a couple of SRX812P and am looking to do something similar.
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Re: Powered Speakers and linking power?
« Reply #14 on: July 02, 2019, 03:05:18 pm »

Which model of TechFlex are you using for this? I just got a couple of SRX812P and am looking to do something similar.

TechFlex Flexo F6 Slit Braided Sleeve

https://www.cableorganizer.com/f6-wrap-around/
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Re: Powered Speakers and linking power?
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