Here’s what we have. The links are to the web sites that contain info about each piece of equipment and may even have a copy of the manual.
Our sound rack. It’s being stored in our tool cage at the moment. We goofed a little. When we were designing the rack, we measured all the doors we thought we would need to pass through. Then the plan changed and we wanted to use the old storage closet… You guessed it; we didn’t measure the closet door. The rack is an inch too wide. Yuk!!!
New Equipment just installed
4 Mackie SRM 450 Speakers. These speakers are self powered. In other words, they have the amplifier built in. So, we need to run both a signal cable from the mixer and a power cord from the wall.
One of the nice things about having the amp in the speaker is that you can plug a mic directly into the speaker and it’ll work. Very easy to use in any room with an electrical outlet.
On the right is two inputs. The left & right outputs from the mixer go here.
The outputs are split into 6. 3 right & 3 left. Each also split into high, mid, and low ranges. This is for the cross-over functions. We’re not using the x-over for x-over functions. We are using four of the outs, all set to full range. The speakers near the stage are in the high outs and the mid audience speakers are in the mid outs. Then, I’ve set the mid outs to 10milisecond delay. That’s worth about 10 feet of front/back speaker separation. We will be getting an additional delay unit that will work for more then 10 feet.
Echo Layla 20. This is a discontinued unit, but will work just fine. The current unit is the Layla 24. The only difference is the number of playback tracks.
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