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Kevin Maxwell

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Re: Replacing my DSP
« Reply #70 on: December 02, 2019, 06:22:48 pm »

Not to beat a dead horse, but were you using a driverack (or other DSP) before? Or just running them full range?

I was using a DBX 4800 Drive rack. BTW I am not a fan of the dbx venu360.
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« Reply #71 on: December 02, 2019, 08:42:41 pm »

I was using a DBX 4800 Drive rack. BTW I am not a fan of the dbx venu360.

I was about to order a Venu360 to allow remote muting and level control for a front fill speaker system that is not otherwise controllable by Audio Architect.  Not doing loudspeaker component alignments or rocket surgery.  I might use it to HP the fills, too.  I played with the control software in demo mode and it seems possible to do what I need; is there something I'm missing about the device itself?  Is there another HiQNet device I should consider?
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« Reply #72 on: December 02, 2019, 10:09:51 pm »

I was about to order a Venu360 to allow remote muting and level control for a front fill speaker system that is not otherwise controllable by Audio Architect.  Not doing loudspeaker component alignments or rocket surgery.  I might use it to HP the fills, too.  I played with the control software in demo mode and it seems possible to do what I need; is there something I'm missing about the device itself?  Is there another HiQNet device I should consider?

If it would be any advantage to you I have one of the Venu360-D Dante versions on the shelf.
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« Reply #73 on: December 02, 2019, 10:47:44 pm »

If it would be any advantage to you I have one of the Venu360-D Dante versions on the shelf.

I was a big dummy.  Until you mentioned Dante I just figured the RJ45 on the back spoke HiQNet.  It does not. :(  I will pursue other avenues.
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Re: Replacing my DSP
« Reply #74 on: December 02, 2019, 10:54:11 pm »

I was about to order a Venu360 to allow remote muting and level control for a front fill speaker system that is not otherwise controllable by Audio Architect.  Not doing loudspeaker component alignments or rocket surgery.  I might use it to HP the fills, too.  I played with the control software in demo mode and it seems possible to do what I need; is there something I'm missing about the device itself?  Is there another HiQNet device I should consider?

BLU-50's are cheap new, All the other BLUs are cheap on Ebay. If you need it to be a DSP, and have XLRs, you might just be limited to 4800s, which should really be cheap at this point as they are dinosaurs. If they aren't self powered front fills, there are only like 20 different HiQnet amps to choose from.
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Re: Replacing my DSP
« Reply #75 on: December 02, 2019, 11:32:05 pm »

I was a big dummy.  Until you mentioned Dante I just figured the RJ45 on the back spoke HiQNet.  It does not. :(  I will pursue other avenues.

It has been a while since I played with one but I think it either needed a crossover Cat cable or it is only the USB that works to control it. It wasn't as logical as all of the other DBX DSPs that I have used and that is almost everyone that they make.
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« Reply #76 on: December 03, 2019, 01:23:17 pm »

BLU-50's are cheap new, All the other BLUs are cheap on Ebay. If you need it to be a DSP, and have XLRs, you might just be limited to 4800s, which should really be cheap at this point as they are dinosaurs. If they aren't self powered front fills, there are only like 20 different HiQnet amps to choose from.

They are powered boxes and not from the Harman family.  Was actually looking a Blu-100, it would nicely handle a couple of things, like being my "mixer switcher" plus give me inputs for house music, MC and VOG.
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