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06-24-2012 11:47 AM
What are you using now?
06-24-2012 01:51 PM
06-25-2012 07:31 AM
What means this, tbone? Link? We are (currently) a 4-piece, acoustic group. Bass, keys, guitars, 4 vocals. Mostly 60's/70's/Woodstock-era rock. We play small clubs, but mainly private and corporate parties.
BTW, did you see Willingham's HR today?
06-25-2012 07:52 AM
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06-26-2012 07:43 AM
06-26-2012 09:01 AM
How unwise it it to mix brands/lines with the newer powered stuff? EV-over-JBL, QSC-over-Peavey. I have no problems mixing it up with unpowered (out of the same crossover), and I assume 100hz still means 100hz.
Thank you for your ideas...it is good to consider all options.
06-26-2012 09:48 AM
PM Al to get his attention. Somehow he's missed this thread... :lol:
(among others, I am also looking forward to AP's response)
06-26-2012 10:28 AM
I'd have to agree with this statement. 0 to 50 people and you might be OK any bigger than that (people are basically just huge sacks of water that eat sound) and your system will be completely inadequate if you expect decent coverage.
If you're doing 50s-70s music in front of 100-200 people with no stage amps, I can't see how you're going to be happy with this system at all. I know that they are sexy, cute, and small, but the first time you use them in a situation that really counts you will probably be disappointed.
06-26-2012 11:42 AM
Although choosing a better single sub and rolling with that may be a good idea, I feel more comforatable considering smaller lighter units (albeit two of them and possibly sacrificing some SPL). When we need more, I can always double up with my existing gear.
Sadly, I am also a sucker for symmetry and know I won't always be able to place a center sub. We run unbalanced sides from time to time, but the inability to run balanced would bug me.
06-26-2012 12:14 PM
So you've met them? :lol: :lol: :lol: For our "50s-70s music" think acoustic versions of Beatles, Dylan, Stones, CSNY, Donovan, Everlys, Simon/Garfunkel and the like. Low end is bass, voice and occasional keys, but no bass drum.
(people are basically just huge sacks of water that eat sound)
06-26-2012 12:19 PM
06-26-2012 12:27 PM
For our "50s-70s music" think acoustic versions of Beatles, Dylan, Stones, CSNY, Donovan, Everlys, Simon/Garfunkel and the like. Low end is bass, voice and occasional keys, but no bass drum.
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