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    Posted: 01 September 2022 at 8:02am
Hi everybody. 
On the forum reads lot of thread where we spoke about how bad is vocal coming out subs and how frequency between 150-250Hz can sound bad if played by a kick bin at groundstacking-height. 
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Tfl-760 turbosound floodlight actually have a HPF on 12” at 180Hz. Everybody think they sound very good. Turbosound provide a flying gear to fix them on a truss and lift them on (i think) 3/4/5 m height. So i suppose their lack of low mids doesn’t make problems. Even with rock/vocals/music different than EDM. 
I ask this because i’m on the point of buying funktion one evo6sh. They are very light (20.5kg) so i can fix on a truss very easily. But they have a suggested xover point at 220Hz. (173Hz on a res3sh evo that might to be identical in the 10”horn). 
I’m scared about i could use it only for edm if in this 100-250 range i’ve got plenty of power but also lot of muddness




Edited by Besa - 01 September 2022 at 8:02am
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The evo6sh is a hi pac designed to go over f215 so you either need some 215's or look for some evo6 or 6e 

  
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For sure I’ve got HD15 now to go underneath Evo6sh. If their upper range is too much bad I’m thinking to build Martin f2b loading them with the same pd154 I use in the hd15.
I’m thinking about flying the Evo6sh on a truss instead of stacking them placed on the surface of hd15.
The thing that non convince me of this sistem is the possibility that the hd15/f2b can play vocal notes / frequency that are too much directional because the crossover point need to be 180/200/220Hz and the distance between hd15 and Evo6sh can be a problem   


Edited by Besa - 02 September 2022 at 11:52am
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