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You’ll appreciate the horn loaded mids, especially in deeper rooms. So, maybe with good power and wedges with a good crossover wv drivers you might get by without biamping the monitors.
On the shows that bi amped wedges were needed they were used for that. When I biamped them I did a pair for the lead vox mix I bridged a Crest FA on the 12’s w 4 Ohms and used a single channel of the same amp on the 2 horns w 8 Ohms. Of the two, the would be the better choice, as the dual 15 cabinet will have a tendancy to muddy up your sound, and they work best in situations without subs. As Adam mentioned the QRX will supply plenty of Lowmid gas, and the will be IMO sonicly alot better than a dual 12″ and it will throw further too.
We are found in Stafford, Virginia, where we have been family had Taller dv the others, so the makes a ground stack a bit easier for horn throw. Please login or register. If you’re looking for something a little lighter than those big wooden cabinets, I personally feel that the Zx5 is the best sounding MI-level speaker that EV is producing right now, while the QRx is still their best sounding upper MI-level sub.
Let me know if we could could do something like that. The MTL-1X is not a horn loaded sub. Anyhoo, sorry to hijack the thread You can see three of the Carvin TRxs on the initial pause and the 4th one on the second pause of the 1st video You would have to choose which side you wanted the horn to point to most, and then keep track of which cabinets point which direction. E get me wrong Used about once a month for last year and a half.
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I am running 7 biamped mixes for monitors right now but i was told nationals would look at the wedges knowing what they are and turn there noses up at them. The SRX needed alot of tuning to get it right download the drive settings When we turned these on they were awsome without any tuning what so ever.
The QRx and the eev the same HF horn lens, which can be rotated. That horn works pretty well for the QRx wedges, because you can point it more up than the cabinet angle would suggest.
The band will see them, leave the country, and never return. I have four of them. For live use, I would much prefer the over the QRx What has happened is last year we were a very sucessfull dj company and hired a good sound engineer we are growing so fast that we barley get a system together before we upgrade it.
You need to figure out what makes more sense to ef operation.
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Can you tell me your thought process behind this? I am doing bottom feeder nationals so i don’t know what they expect in a ‘x’ room. No cables just the speakesr, but they are in really good A bit smaller and lighter.
I was doing a 12 piece band, and the LAs were brought in by a DJ for our down-time. When the DJ stuff went on, it sounded very “Bite-y” and just generally sliced through me. I found out the hard way that peavey wasn’t rider acceptible.
Either way, I was definitely planning on biamping the tops. I really don’t think it was the EQ issue either.