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Evan Kirkendall

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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #10 on: November 30, 2005, 09:44:48 pm »

Ive already got the RMX's. Thats why I did it that way.

Im gonna be running a mono setup. 2 boxes on my amps, 2 boxes on Tom's amps.

So the setup I had basically gives the same power you said, only I run the amps bridged instead of stereo.

Like I said before(each amp will drive 2 speakers):
Lows: RMX1450 Bridged @ 4ohms: 1400w, 700w per speaker
Mids: RMX850 bridged @8ohms: 600w, 300w per speaker
Highs: Model 1200 bridged @ 8ohms: 200w, 100w per speaker.


Seems like plenty of power to me.


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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #11 on: November 30, 2005, 09:57:22 pm »

leo, you said NL4 for bi-amping in one of your previous threads...I didn't think you could Biamp these boxes. can you?
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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #12 on: November 30, 2005, 10:21:13 pm »

oh ok...didnt understand first time. Thats cool
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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #13 on: November 30, 2005, 10:22:56 pm »

Evan Kirkendall wrote on Wed, 30 November 2005 19:51

Hm.. Now its down to TRX vs. QW.

Hmm... Carvin vs. Peavey... Round one... FIGHT! <ding ding>
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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #14 on: November 30, 2005, 10:23:48 pm »

yes u can by amp these boxes via NL4 at the back or switch to triamp mode which is NL8. Full range through NL4 on +1-1index.php/fa/3324/0/
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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #15 on: November 30, 2005, 10:25:44 pm »

i'm sorry Peavey makes good stuff but..in this case carvin is the better manufacturer. And all other aspects of sound including guitar and keyboard stuff....but thats just my personal opinion...Smile
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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #16 on: November 30, 2005, 10:39:58 pm »

even though this has nothing to do with the thread i must comment u on your website...very professional.
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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #17 on: November 30, 2005, 10:43:38 pm »

Leo, do you use these for full bands or music playback or singers with backing music. What other boxes do you have experience with, or what did you buy the carvin's to replace?
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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #18 on: November 30, 2005, 11:38:09 pm »

I use these speakers to do live bands mostly and whenever djs come around and need a system. The TRX-153 is mainly used as sidefills and FOH duties. Whenever there on Sidefill or drum fill duties the main system that i use is my own full KF-850 System and  suplemented by a combination of SB-1000s or SB-850s'. Other systems include rented V-dosc and/or Ev XLC.

I never really bought them to replace anything...just to cover my smaller to medium shows. I have had previously worked with jbl srx systems and the older mr series and i can tell u that the carvin system is a better system, for the price, features, and quality. If you need something heavier than the trx, check the TCS series. EXTREMELY GOOD.

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Re: Carvin TRX Series....
« Reply #19 on: December 01, 2005, 02:18:15 am »

Leo Rowe wrote on Wed, 30 November 2005 19:25

i'm sorry Peavey makes good stuff but..in this case carvin is the better manufacturer. And all other aspects of sound including guitar and keyboard stuff....but thats just my personal opinion...Smile


Leo, I'm curious about your relationship with Carvin. Are you being reimbursed for your public relations efforts? You posted in Oct.2004 as CaptainRowe (on a now-dead Carvin bulletin board) this review:

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TRX 153? one word...awesome. This boxes are very comparible to the eaw kf 650 series and sound extremely good. The 8 inch mid is a superb addition to the box. Definetly brings out your vocals through the mix. I primarily use them 3 way, but they sound very good in full range also. Y spend close to 3 grand for those each of those 650's when u can get 5 153s for that price and not sacrifice sound quality. Its good sh*t, trust me.


From my point of view, the KF650z beats the pants off the TRX153. But maybe that's just me.   Rolling Eyes

Another thing--why are you using a Mackie mixer and QSC amps when Carvin makes competing models? Didn't you say Carvin is the better manufacturer? All aspects of sound? Perhaps the presence of those non-Carvin units in your inventory will help make the case that you are NOT working for Carvin.

BTW, your posts are getting under my skin due to your too-frequent usage of gigantic images. Can you make them a little smaller and post each one only once? 900 pixels wide is wide enough, IMO.

Just wondering where you are coming from...

-Bink

P.S. It's time to take another stab at spelling Clarity in your profile...
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