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Well, I was at one of our venues where we installed four JBL SRX812P top boxes and two SRX828SPs and they sound pretty good. I did have to make some adjustments to the vocals since the 58s sounded a…Continue
Hi,I see that more and more people use their ipads or tablets combined to digital consoles for mixing in live venues. Has any of you integrated a tablet in his workflow? If yes, in which way?It would…Continue
I just purchased 8 Meyer UM-1P monitors. I like keeping my stages clean of extraneous cable. Has anyone seen or used a multi output cable and box such that there is sufficient power for 4 monitors,…Continue
I'm looking at a small format line array rig ( double 8" type box).. In particular the D.A.S. Audio Event 208A.. I demo'd these boxes outside the Arena at NAMM in January any liked the sound and the…Continue
What woofer size do you prefer for taking care of the mids/highs? I've heard a lot of good 15s and some 12s. Without any tuning, the 12s seemed to be "less boxy", but the 15s were warmer and more…Continue
I would be interested in opinions regarding the deployment of subwoofers in delay stacks.On the occasions I have used delays, I only use top boxes high passed at around 140Hz.I believe using subs…Continue
It's that time of year again -- in between our Spring and Fall gala seasons, I get a run of events that varies pretty heavily in my role and challenges. Two big tent dinners for about 700 kick it off this year -- one is an audio-only gig but with the commandment from the client that audio be "invisible", the other handling video, lighting, staging/roof and sound on a tight time frame. From there I head to our state Miss America competition for a week promising to feature a LOT of action in…Continue
With an urgent call to revamp a very overmatched wedding chapel PA, I started looking at the current field of rack mount/iPad mixers. The folks running daily operation are decidedly nontechnical and they really just needed a way to turn things on and off with minimum chance of screwup.
The Mackie and Behringer offerings got crossed off the list pretty quickly by offering zero onboard control. Dealing with a network connection and software was probably too much to ask of the…Continue