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brian maddox

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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #30 on: January 05, 2022, 06:31:10 PM »

There's an echo in here.....


Yeah, I don't know when it changed, but I think MOST KF300's you'll see in the wild had the HF in the middle.

Well if you look back over this thread you'll see I managed to repeat my own advice to use a Metal Flange like 10 posts later.

To be clear, I didn't do this for emphasis. I simply forgot I wrote it like 24 hours before

So I'm living in my own one man echo chamber because I can't freakin' remember what I've said....  :) To be clear, my new Goldfish LifeTM is actually quite exciting and new every day. And I never get bored!
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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #31 on: January 05, 2022, 08:42:10 PM »

Well if you look back over this thread you'll see I managed to repeat my own advice to use a Metal Flange like 10 posts later.

To be clear, I didn't do this for emphasis. I simply forgot I wrote it like 24 hours before

So I'm living in my own one man echo chamber because I can't freakin' remember what I've said....  :) To be clear, my new Goldfish LifeTM[/sup ]is actually quite exciting and new every day. And I never get bored!

You're not alone Brian  :)
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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #32 on: January 06, 2022, 07:07:45 PM »

Josh.
I found it. Here's my KF300 rig with SB600 subs.



Looks great! I think I'm going to just install the pole mounts, seems to make the most sense with trying to get the hf driver high enough
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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #33 on: January 09, 2022, 05:29:06 AM »

Josh.
I found it. Here's my KF300 rig with SB600 subs.



Sam,  What is blocking the front of those QSC amps and don't you worry with the rack facing the audience someone will fiddle with something?

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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #34 on: January 09, 2022, 09:42:41 AM »


Sam,  What is blocking the front of those QSC amps and don't you worry with the rack facing the audience someone will fiddle with something?

I'm not Sam, but in almost 30 years of doing this professionally I've never had anyone mess with equipment at a show when they were accessable like this. I've had stuff stolen and come back to an amp rack that was holdong 25 empty beer cans, but never had anyone twiddle knobs.
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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #35 on: January 09, 2022, 10:56:39 AM »

I'm not Sam, but in almost 30 years of doing this professionally I've never had anyone mess with equipment at a show when they were accessable like this. I've had stuff stolen and come back to an amp rack that was holdong 25 empty beer cans, but never had anyone twiddle knobs.

I have, a looong time ago. It cost me a set of 8 diaphragms.
Never again did I put "stuff" in "public" spaces.
For me, I would have put that rack on stage, just around the corner of the curtains.
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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #36 on: January 13, 2022, 12:55:33 PM »


Sam,  What is blocking the front of those QSC amps and don't you worry with the rack facing the audience someone will fiddle with something?


I typically dont have anything in front of the amp rack. Being that I'm on an ipad I can walk right up if I ever happen to see someone (or kid) wanting to touch knobs and buttons. :)
 
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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
« Reply #37 on: January 13, 2022, 03:56:07 PM »


Sam,  What is blocking the front of those QSC amps and don't you worry with the rack facing the audience someone will fiddle with something?

I have never had anyone "fiddle" with any of my amp racks
however
since I started mixing on an iPad I've caught a few people messing with my Q-16 on bar gigs.

It's almost like a mixing board is a magnet at a bar.

Foul-on-me for thinking that bar-flies would actually leave my gear alone.....
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Re: Advice for KF300 rig
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