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  • #16
    What about a crossover?
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    • #17
      i have no idea what a crossover is??

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      • #18
        i have no idea what a crossover is??


        A unit that takes the input signal and separates the subs from the mid/highs (2 way) or subs, mids, highs (3 way). It will clean up the sound because the low freqs do not get sent to the mid/highs, and the mid/high freqs don't get sent to the sub.

        My drummer uses the TD 20 and he has a Roland keyboard amp for practice that really works pretty good. You can feel the kick and the overall kit is very loud. It would definitely fill a living room with sound. It makes life easier since it is a single unit.

        For rehearsals and gigs we use in ears.
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        • #19
          If you have, or buy the QSC GX5 that you were talking about in your original post, you could use the built-in crossover function rather than a separate unit.

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          • #20
            yea, use the built-in Xover on the GX. maybe go get one of those cheap 4 input mixers at GC, they're about $80

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            • #21
              ; to rolands over priced dinky v-drum amp (pm-30). I am in the process of building a PA system for this kit to punch the walls and need some help as I am not an audio guy (I wish I was, I love the stuff, just not smart enough).

              So now that I hope im accepted as a newbie, here
              Eschew Obfuscation.

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              • #22
                Actually, my drummer uses an old Peavey keyboard amp with his trapkat and Alesis brains for practice; it works great and sounds very acceptable.oke:


                Yeah, I was going to comment on nrg's statement about this. Either keyboard or bass amps are full-range and well suited for drums.
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                • #23
                  If you are selling the P.A. stuff,what are you asking for the GX-5???

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