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 on: Today at 08:50:18 am 
Started by László Rajzin - Last post by Steve-White
This is preferred:   Left side, 1 top and 1 sub connected to 1 crown xti  //// Right side 1 top + 1 sub connected another Crown Xti.

The amps share a single power supply for two channels.  Splitting up the demand will optimize the available headroom in the system.

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 on: Today at 08:10:15 am 
Started by Wayne Smith2 - Last post by Dan Richardson

What typically happens in a small gig is you HP vocal around 80 – 100Hz on the channel, If your AUX send is tapped off after the HPF that will also protect your vocal monitors (and FOH).  If your FOH needs to be HP at 40Hz, put a HP on the kick and bass at 40Hz and that will protect your FOH. If you are using a drum fill that needs more protection than a 40Hz HP or you want to put kick in your vocal wedges …  :( … at this point you will need to invest in an SQ and / or some better signal processing.

… but if all you have is a Qu, and you are not using powered speakers with their own built in protection, this approach is probably the best you can do, just be very careful of your drum fill.

My HP settings are not about protection. They're about clearing needless mud. The musicians are in the low mid backwash of the mains. They don't need anything in their monitors under 150. The fills are frequently up over 200. Both want the attack of the kick.

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 on: Today at 07:56:47 am 
Started by László Rajzin - Last post by László Rajzin
Dear All.

I would like to ask something:
how better to use the next system?

2 top speakers JBL MRX 515 (8Ohm) , 2 subwoofers (JBL MRX518S 4 ohm) and  2 crown XTi 2002

      1 top + 1 top connected 1 Crown xti  ///   1 sub + 1 sub  connected another Crown Xti
or
     Left side, 1 top and 1 sub connected to 1 crown xti  //// Right side 1 top + 1 sub connected another Crown Xti.
What do you think abut this?

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 on: Today at 03:51:25 am 
Started by Nick Pires - Last post by Phillip Ivan Pietruschka
XLR patching presented on the front panel can’t Y inputs to multiple channels without either Y-cables, or amp loop outs also presented on the patch field.

A half normal jack field would consume less rack space, and make y-ING easier - if you need more than 1 into 2 you could wire up some of the empty space on a 2x24 into 1 into 6es. But it really requires speciality cabling which is less appealing in the field.

I think the rotary switches as per Jason’s post is the way to go, but is a little more complex to do well.

I’ve used analog routers such as the Kramer unit, but unless remote control is a requirement can’t see why you’d bother. If you needed switching of mixed signal types and remote control, then a router would start to make sense.

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 on: Today at 01:46:12 am 
Started by Mal Brown - Last post by Jeff Lelko
Humidity is a much bigger issue than outright temperature.  So long as the moisture stays down and any “stale air” gets turned over you should be just fine.

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 on: Today at 01:24:56 am 
Started by duane massey - Last post by MikeHarris
Mom's Wholesome Audio used Duncan slide faders...Stevenson Interface..one or two Gately mixers.

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 on: Today at 12:06:21 am 
Started by duane massey - Last post by Chris Hindle
Not that new. I remember Pete Erskine and I max'ing out all our credit cards at Manny's Music on 48th St to buy a couple of PM1000 consoles in '76. We used them on the Chrysler new car launch that summer. The PM1000 was not the first console with linear faders, certainly Stephenson and others predate them.

Mac
I remember mixing on a Soundcraft Series one. Wasn't that born around 1974?
It was the first mixer I used with faders.
At the time I had a Yamaha EM-35(?), 6 channel with rotary pots.
Chris.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:59:34 pm 
Started by Mal Brown - Last post by RYAN LOUDMUSIC JENKINS
Well, it was 118⁰ here last week, no problems.   It was 120 last summer, no problems.   It's really a non-issue.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:43:03 pm 
Started by duane massey - Last post by Mac Kerr
Funny that came up on a podcast I was listening to today.  The guy being interviewed from Silverfish Audio said they had Ashly consoles (who knew?) in '79 that had 100mm faders and that was a pretty new thing.

Not that new. I remember Pete Erskine and I max'ing out all our credit cards at Manny's Music on 48th St to buy a couple of PM1000 consoles in '76. We used them on the Chrysler new car launch that summer. The PM1000 was not the first console with linear faders, certainly Stephenson and others predate them.

Mac

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 on: Yesterday at 10:35:26 pm 
Started by William Hultman - Last post by Mac Kerr
I have an odd issue

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