Setup Pics From School Dance

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Jackie

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Bob,

How do you deal with the extremely narrow dispersion of the T250s?

Having owned those speakers for about a year, i found that even though they had unbelievable output, it just didn't sound good outside it's rated dispersion area. For me, it would do really well if I was set up at the end of a long, narrow area, but if it was a wide area that needed coverage, it wasn't practical to bring the t250s.
 

Bob Dietrich

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Jackie said:
Bob,

How do you deal with the extremely narrow dispersion of the T250s?

Having owned those speakers for about a year, i found that even though they had unbelievable output, it just didn't sound good outside it's rated dispersion area. For me, it would do really well if I was set up at the end of a long, narrow area, but if it was a wide area that needed coverage, it wasn't practical to bring the t250s.
Jackie,

Quite right again! This particular school lends itself nicely to only needing two tops since the room is quite narrow. When wider coverage is needed, I simply bring 2 more and it works quite well with very little amp needed to run them.
 

Bob Dietrich

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RicardoM said:
I really liked the "2 floor" configuration in your lights. Looks very cool.

Don't you have a pic of your rack(s) and DJ gear?
I'll see if I can find any that turned out...most is quite blurry and I don't take pics of the equipment all that often since I see it all the time. :D
 

DJ Dave

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Bob, Very nice small setup with lots of firepower.

More of you should take a look at the ACT-18's, they really are a solid sub. I like mine. In fact I use B-52 ACT series cabs for all my sound now. 8)
 

area3pro

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Bob Dietrich said:
RicardoM said:
I really liked the "2 floor" configuration in your lights. Looks very cool.

Don't you have a pic of your rack(s) and DJ gear?
I'll see if I can find any that turned out...most is quite blurry and I don't take pics of the equipment all that often since I see it all the time. :D
Bob Email me if u find them and i will resize them
 

djrox

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Bob Dietrich said:
6 megapixel if that means anything...
OMG.

If you were truly a professional you'd have at least 7 megapixels. You should go full time and get an office where you have no chairs so you won't have to sit and get what you're worth while transporting your gear in a box truck and get about 30 really small drivers and point them in various different directions to get better sound. Do I have to tell you everything?

Taste great is more important than less filling,

Coca Cola is way better than Pepsi,

Ginger is hotter than Mary Ann, but Mary Ann is better in bed (trust me),

Pancakes, NOT waffles,

You will not break anyone's back by simply stepping on a sidewalk crack,

The Brady's could kick the Partridge Family's butts in a fight but the Partridges were way better musicians, can you say Johnny Bravo,

more upon request..

Back to our regularly scheduled program.
 

sonimax

Sonimax
Bob,
Nice looking set-up. I've read that delaying your subs by 10msec. or so gives a system more apparent punch and tightness. I noticed that your subs are placed forward of your mains by 5 to 10 feet.; is that your method of achieving this delay as well as the fact that the subs are coupled for more output?
 
Bob,
Very nice look. Can you tell me how you attached the center fixture to the "T" portion of your stand? Perhaps a pic of that connection?

{ { I'm betting someone else has one ready to post 8) } }
 

Conanski

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Looks good Bob.. definitely lots of firepower there in a small package.

maestro said:
An M-1400, really? Wow, that's incredible! :D
Yeah.. Bose 802's they're certainly not!!


Djrox said:
Taste great is more important than less filling,
Why not tastes great and more filling.

Djrox said:
Coca Cola is way better than Pepsi,
Exnay

Djrox said:
Ginger is hotter than Mary Ann, but Mary Ann is better in bed (trust me),
I don't

Djrox said:
Pancakes, NOT waffles,
What's the diff?

Djrox said:
You will not break anyone's back by simply stepping on a sidewalk crack,
But you might get electrocuted..

Djrox said:
The Brady's could kick the Partridge Family's butts in a fight but the Partridges were way better musicians,
How do you know they weren't lip syncing?
 

Hutt

Pro Dj groupie since 1996
Mr DJ By the Bay said:
Bob,
Very nice look. Can you tell me how you attached the center fixture to the "T" portion of your stand? Perhaps a pic of that connection?

{ { I'm betting someone else has one ready to post 8) } }
o clamp mounted on the pole going up at the base of the T
 

Bob Dietrich

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sonimax said:
Bob,
Nice looking set-up. I've read that delaying your subs by 10msec. or so gives a system more apparent punch and tightness. I noticed that your subs are placed forward of your mains by 5 to 10 feet.; is that your method of achieving this delay as well as the fact that the subs are coupled for more output?
It's about a 3' difference...and a few ms can be very beneficial in an even spaced system. With a 3' difference one "can" get by as is...but I like to delay them a few ms as it just seems a bit tighter overall.
 

Bob Dietrich

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Mr DJ By the Bay said:
Bob,
Very nice look. Can you tell me how you attached the center fixture to the "T" portion of your stand? Perhaps a pic of that connection?

{ { I'm betting someone else has one ready to post 8) } }
The center fixture is slightly off center and uses a standard mega clamp.

The crossbar is a custom built unit...in other words, a very heavy crossbar! LOL!!!
 
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