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Discussion in 'Sound, Music, and Intercom' started by mbandgeek, Apr 24, 2006.
this is another poll that is just to increase my knowledge.
poll is absent.
poll was not there. It has now appeared.
speaker brand is definitely Martin Audio, hence the choice of "other." I just love the way those British cabs sound. I also like EAW and EV as well, but they definitely don't beat the Martins.
line Arrays sound absolutely amazing, and I've had no problems with the installed JBL speakers in my high school.
array sounds great, and with the addition of the 4888DP (DrivePack, or powered Line Array Speaker) the portability and ease of use of the system is beyone compare. Simple rigging architecture makes it a breeze to fly, I can't really say enough about it.
And the SRX series dual-18s are just insane.
On a side note however, I'm also a fan of the EAW kF650 boxes for smaller shows, even the 750s with the right processing.
compression driver horn coming out of the middle of the top 15". The bottom 15 acted as a sub, the top 15 was full range, and the compression driver horn carried the highs nicely. We had four of them per side at the Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival. It was awesome. The speakers were really good.
line array with a Soundcraft GB8 console! I'll have to come back to see that.
I SAY OTHER BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO HAVE L-ACOUSTICS VDOSC ALL THE WAY!
line array is not right for that room!
My point I am trying to make is though the equipment helps someone skilled can get a good mix without having their absolute favourite equipment. I apologize if this was viewed as an attack, it was not intended as such but the use of caps caught my attention.
Useless responses, eh? Speak of the devil?
Personally I'm a JBL guy.
stock includes Mackie's, EV's, Sound Tech's, QSC's and KV2's.
Although relatively new to the market the KV2's are expodentially superior to all the others in clarity, power and reproduction.
If interested you can read more at: www.kv2audio.com
clear, and are also amainzly accurate. Plus they have breakers and limiters, so are very forgiving, which is good because in educational theater, you always have new people who occasionlly froget things.
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