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Jim Catsun

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Re: Back yard/ living room setup
« Reply #10 on: November 16, 2020, 08:48:06 pm »

Any experience with the newer elx200 10p?
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Dennis Wiggins

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Re: Back yard/ living room setup
« Reply #11 on: November 16, 2020, 09:50:26 pm »

... a lot of dxr12s as low as 800 a pair which seems ok, but no 10s around. See a few k10s, but they are usually asking 500 each...

You will not grow out of the DXR12s.  I only use a single one over appropriate subs for loud bar gigs of 100+ tightly packed rowdies (those events are not happening now, of course).  Both the 10 and the 12 have a nice even spread (lateral pattern) and throw* outdoors.

* My definition is, the ability to sound the same over a long distance.  Only the level changes.

A note on ergonomics: 

Even though the DXR12 is larger and a bit heavier than the DXR10, with its 2 side handles it is actually easier to get up on and off a tripod.  The DXR10 has only a top handle and the sides are very slippery.

In a "living room," you may not even need a sub.  5-string low B?  No.

-Dennis
« Last Edit: November 16, 2020, 09:56:35 pm by Dennis Wiggins »
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