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luis Markson

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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #10 on: April 19, 2011, 11:45:41 pm »

What is the simplest, entry level system design software package that exists?
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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #11 on: April 20, 2011, 02:02:00 am »

What is the simplest, entry level system design software package that exists?
Thatīs probably EASE Focus. It is used by several manufacturers.
For example you can download it from QSCīs website with their speaker models included.


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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #12 on: April 20, 2011, 03:16:27 am »

Thatīs probably EASE Focus. It is used by several manufacturers.
For example you can download it from QSCīs website with their speaker models included.


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luis Markson

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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #13 on: April 20, 2011, 10:20:51 pm »

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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #14 on: April 21, 2011, 01:45:16 am »

What is the simplest, entry level system design software package that exists?
Thatīs probably EASE Focus. It is used by several manufacturers.
For example you can download it from QSCīs website with their speaker models included.


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How would you go about making considerations for a pitched ceiling?

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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #15 on: April 21, 2011, 08:19:54 am »

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Thanks for the added tech info!  What I see seems pretty typical of a 4" driver in a can with limited directionality below 2kHz and beaming above 6kHz.
 
I guess what to do depends on what you are trying to do.  Getting anywhere near even coverage of a 10m x 5m (33' x 16-1/2') space with people standing and an 8' ceiling would definitely require more than one speaker as that creates a rather small coverage area per speaker.  However, for this application even coverage may not really be a factor and the goal may instead be to draw patrons toward a specific point.
 
Many of the ceiling speaker manufacturers provide associated design tools. JBL and TOA offer downloadable design software specifically for their distributed ceiling speaker products while Tannoy and QSC offer versions of EASE Address for the same purpose.  SoundTube has a simple online calculator for recommended spacing and Atlas provides an Excel spreadsheet for their Strategy series speakers.  These are intended to be used for typical situations and some, if not all, may not allow for modeling features such as sloped ceilings.  If you want to do that then most of the manufacturers also provide EASE and/or CLF data that can be used in other modeling programs.
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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #16 on: April 21, 2011, 06:36:40 pm »

Thatīs probably EASE Focus. It is used by several manufacturers.
For example you can download it from QSCīs website with their speaker models included.


Marcus


How would you go about making considerations for a pitched ceiling?
EASE Focus has settings for this, youll just need to play around with the program.
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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #17 on: April 21, 2011, 09:36:50 pm »

EASE Focus has settings for this, youll just need to play around with the program.

I've had a fiddle with EASE address. If I go with a 70v solution that seems to be the right software. Unfortunately I've got a house full of macs and EASE is windows only. I think I'm going to have to try running Parallels or something similar.

I'll have a look at EASE focus next time I'm on a PC.
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Re: Mono sum + HPF
« Reply #18 on: April 22, 2011, 02:25:55 am »

I've had a fiddle with EASE address. If I go with a 70v solution that seems to be the right software. Unfortunately I've got a house full of macs and EASE is windows only. I think I'm going to have to try running Parallels or something similar.

I'll have a look at EASE address next time I'm on a PC.


btw: you found the right program... I mixed up EASE Focus and EASE Adress. Adress is for ceiling speakers and Focus for line arrays.
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