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4 x double 21" quakes
2 x BSW-K215's
4 x mid highs
 
All designed and built by myself... please note one of the middle hf horns was not turned on.
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You always have lovely locations for your venues B grade. Do the mid horns reach high enough to meet your tweeters?
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Looking great! 

No job for the reflex subs this time?
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You always have lovely locations for your venues B grade.
Oregon is the most beautiful place on earth. (when it's not raining Wink)
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You always have lovely locations for your venues B grade. Do the mid horns reach high enough to meet your tweeters?

The tweeter boxes are actually a slightly larger range than you would think. My lo-fi(nance) solution was to make a 2way passive crossover box. The dual horns are the same but the drivers are different. The lower horn has a more vocal mid comp on it and that can technically go lower than the horn, but not as efficient as the hf comp. Still it bridges the gap pretty well without costing ridiculous money. Obviously I would prefer to have less crossovers. I can run the tweeter boxes as low as 800 hz before it starts sounding horrid, but I usually run them at about 1.2khz. The passive crossover between the comp drivers is at 4.5khz I think.

Thanks for the kind words about the spot. This one was extra special, and found at the very last minute too. I almost did this party in my basement. LOL. My first time running two different rigs at the same party. My B system was fun too, but I forgot to take any pictures. That one was for a super low extension chill room. The one in the picture was for loudness, with a retro 90s goa theme. Free and illegal for authenticity.
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Looking great! 

No job for the reflex subs this time?
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You always have lovely locations for your venues B grade.
Oregon is the most beautiful place on earth. (when it's not raining Wink)
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Second stage had the BP6s. I could only fit two in the van, but they were singing all night. On each side, above those I had a single 15, and then a coaxial mid top. It was for a small covered chill area, about 30 meters inside the tree-line. No soundbleed at all, and the stages were probably less than 100 meters apart. I love trees.
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This weekend was the Zundert flower parade. I had some involvement in two floats. first one used EV RX, other one used Sound projects X-act with subs. 


both used dedicated soundscapes, the last one blowing winds, supported by fans.. lots of fans.. first one used madrix for pixelmapping and loads of broken 15"and 18"speakers  for the looks of much gear.

winning float used D&B Q7

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote el chupacabra Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 September 2016 at 7:34am
This last weekend had nearly everything out in one go at Common Ground Festival.

Community TFR 34a x4, 6x Faital XL1600 loaded TH1819 tapped horn & all run from powersoft with Community oem Xilica DSP.

Logic LM12 wedges with EAW JF100 & Void Mycro Bass



4 x Community SLS920, 6x RCF LF18N401 loaded USB2
Run from PLX3602 and SAE PXM 1450

Community M12 monitors with another Eaw JF100 and a beyma loaded 2x12" reflex sub for drum mons.
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And 2x Community SLS920 with the most recent pair of tapped horns, still unpainted.
Powered by Matrix XT800 and XT7000MF.



First time out for four TH1819 back in April with the tapped horns as sub under USB2.


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Very nice El. how do those tapped horns perform?

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Managed to get out almost all of the sound the other week in Bristol

Another mid-top is in the warehouse, and another 4 scoops being built at the minute...


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nice!

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