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 on: Today at 02:59:12 am 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by Mike Pyle
Whirlwind's pcUSB is a bit less than the Radial unit.

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 on: Today at 01:36:10 am 
Started by Dave Pluke - Last post by Steve-White
Taffy, Bit of Honey, Tootsie Rolls in no particular order - could do with many less pictures of Chuckie though...

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 on: Today at 01:19:33 am 
Started by Jeff Bankston - Last post by Jeff Bankston
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rILyBg7ZjeI



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 on: Yesterday at 11:39:15 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by Caleb Dueck
In all fairness in the world of audio electronics On Stage is not exactly the first brand name that most people think of.

Correct.  If a Radial DI fails (huge IF) - everyone will write it off as a crazy rare anomaly.  If an On Stage DI fails (small IF) - you'll have some serious explaining to do. 

If it were my money?  Radial and never look back.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:49:36 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by Mike Caldwell
I've heard good things about the Peavey USB-P.  Unfortunately, due to the "Peavey" name, I can't use the product.  It may not make any sense, but the optics are such I'd never live it down.

In all fairness in the world of audio electronics On Stage is not exactly the first brand name that most people think of.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:16:31 pm 
Started by Dan Garrett - Last post by Mike Santarelli
For what it’s worth I have seen street prices for the  RCF nx very close to what you can find “good deals” on srx for.  In fact I know someone who picked up nx32a for less than the best deals I could find on the srx812p.


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 on: Yesterday at 10:04:33 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by TomBoisseau
Put a sticker over the logo.  I doubt if anyone needing a USB DI is going to question the brand.

My colleges and co-workers certainly will!

Now... back to my question.  Does anyone here have any personal experience with the On-Stage DB2150 USB DI?

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 on: Yesterday at 09:26:34 pm 
Started by Dave Pluke - Last post by Dave Garoutte
My dentist is a fan as well.  ;)
Teeth are over-rated.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:25:00 pm 
Started by TomBoisseau - Last post by Dave Garoutte
I've heard good things about the Peavey USB-P.  Unfortunately, due to the "Peavey" name, I can't use the product.  It may not make any sense, but the optics are such I'd never live it down.
Put a sticker over the logo.  I doubt if anyone needing a USB DI is going to question the brand.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:55:47 pm 
Started by Dan Garrett - Last post by Luke Geis
My big point was that you can't get much better than the SRX line without spending double the money. The features, the performance, A wooden box... et all. You can't really get a better speaker without spending considerably more. RCF may be the next best thing with their NX line. Almost double the cost at retail. A QSC K12.2 costs $800 on ( on the high end, I see them for $750 new and I'm sure you can snag them for $700 new perhaps through the right dealer ) most online stores. The SRX, if you find people on this forum, and even through Northern Lights and Sound, you can get right about the price I mentioned. Shipping is a big? mark these days!!! Shipping has gone up, so finding one at that price with reasonable shipping may be hard.

I don't think the OP has an ROI or PBP to worry about. It is more about what he can afford; I believe. If you have QSC K12.2 money, then for what it costs to buy another K12.2, you can acquire a better tool. Will it make him more money? Will it get him more gigs? Will it make his life easier? Will it make his clients happier? I propose yes to all of those. I think it will make his life easier, improving his performance and talent, which will lead to happier clients that will spread the word increasing his gig count, which will lead to more money. Will having more of what he has do the same thing? Also yes, perhaps to all of those things. I can tell a difference between a K12 and an SRX. For me, the SRX is my choice given the market and options. I don't have d&b, L'acoustics, and Martin money moving for me yet, but boy if I did... One more year like I had in 2019, I would be all over an L' Acoustics rig!!!! The SRX rig made enough of a difference to me to really consider tripling down on the cost to get the real next best thing.

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