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  • #16
    I think they are...they are the latest version of the sp2's. There is a small system there but not sure the specs. They have every kind of band you could think of here....rock/country/blugrass/duos/acoustic. The owner says they have had some problems with some bands being too loud. We play mainly classic rock, but are band is not a loud band.






    Quote Originally Posted by dboomer
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    Not all speakers called SP2's have the asymmetrical horn. Do yours? This is a case where that will work against you it you stack them in their normal position. This might well be a case where the cabs on their sides would work best. It would get the sound up to the balconies better.



    If the stage is 4 feet tall then subs on floor would be best.




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    • #17
      I think they are...they are the latest version of the sp2's. There is a small system there but not sure the specs. They have every kind of band you could think of here....rock/country/blugrass/duos/acoustic. The owner says they have had some problems with some bands being too loud. We play mainly classic rock, but are band is not a loud band.






      Quote Originally Posted by dboomer
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      Not all speakers called SP2's have the asymmetrical horn. Do yours? This is a case where that will work against you it you stack them in their normal position. This might well be a case where the cabs on their sides would work best. It would get the sound up to the balconies better.



      If the stage is 4 feet tall then subs on floor would be best.




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      • #18





        How would you tackle this room..???



        If you can borrow a pair of wedges, you can do a little trick of mine. Put one sub each downstage L and R. Set the SP2s on the floor adjacent to the SP2s. This will cover the main seating area and 'dance' area in front of the stage (you may have to toe them in a bit). Place one monitor wedge on top of each sub and use it to push sound up into the upper sections.



        Your biggest issue in a room this size is keeping the volume sensible. Low stage volume and carefully directing sound will make for a more enjoyable experience for all.
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        • #19






          Quote Originally Posted by dboomer
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          Not all speakers called SP2's have the asymmetrical horn. Do yours? This is a case where that will work against you it you stack them in their normal position.




          Is it possible for the horns to be rotated 180 degrees within the enclosure?
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          • #20
            Curious, it seems to me that the subs being on stage could create a sound chamber under the stage (providing that the stage is most likely hollow) resulting in a low-frequency feedback hell on the stage. Though maybe not much of a concern because of the low volume they intend to play? Also, would it make sense to place the subs on the floor not touching the stage and perhaps get 'em up higher for coverage like maybe another pair of subs on each side just to lift them up (not plugged in) and be esthetically pleasing?

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