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Jim McKeveny

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Re: Turbosound Flashline
« Reply #10 on: April 13, 2011, 09:30:07 am »

A fine piece of engineering, apparently. I do worry about fundamental group delay issues among the passbands - probably addressed in the DSP - that when added to other processing delays in a typical dynamic live situation, do not sound quite right. There is a lot of latency floating around in modern sound systems, and we seem casual to it.
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Re: Turbosound Flashline
« Reply #11 on: April 13, 2011, 10:06:25 pm »

A fine piece of engineering, apparently. I do worry about fundamental group delay issues among the passbands - probably addressed in the DSP - that when added to other processing delays in a typical dynamic live situation, do not sound quite right. There is a lot of latency floating around in modern sound systems, and we seem casual to it.

Hi Jim,

Iím not sure I understand your concern.  I always delay my FOH to the backline or what ever is appropriate - and I always need at least 10 to 15 ms of delay.  Latency is almost never an issue for FOH applications. Itís a different story in monitor land,  but for boxes like the Flashline, K1ís, MLAís and d&b Jís etc which donít live in monitor land ....  and considering the amount of delay we would be talking about I donít see an issueÖ..

In terms of sound quality they are better than ever.

Peter
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Re: Turbosound Flashline
« Reply #12 on: April 13, 2011, 10:23:29 pm »

A fine piece of engineering, apparently. I do worry about fundamental group delay issues among the passbands - probably addressed in the DSP - that when added to other processing delays in a typical dynamic live situation, do not sound quite right. There is a lot of latency floating around in modern sound systems, and we seem casual to it.

Jim,
  I have been a Turbo user for many years.  They have always been fanatical in their design about achieving proper summation / optimum performance at crossover points.  I think choosing the Lake processor (aka Lab Gruppen) for system control is going to allow them to realize their goals even better than before.  I am just in the process of converting to the new FIR Lake files for the Flex and Aspect systems.  These systems were very impressive before, but the improvement is noticable.
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