Posted by Tim Josa on June 19, 2003 at 06:59:51:
In Reply to: Re: community sls920 without controller posted by Dave Howden on June 18, 2003 at 12:57:35:
I try to use sls920 with Eaw la400 sub. right now I run them with the yamaha ca20 controller. I'm deciding either get Dbx driverack pa or the sc21, I know if I get the DSC52 which is better for my set up cause I can delay my top but it's too expensive.
So should I get the sc21 to use with my old controller or get the Dbx Dr.Pa which has delay time,eq and other stuff?
I am very appreciate with any suggestion.
: Yes, you can run them without our controller.
: I would suggest using a DSP rather than the SC21.
: The most important thing would be to have a 24dB high pass of about 140Hz.
: If you would like some basic settings please email me.
: Dave Howden
: Community Loudspeakers
: : They do tend to sound a bit thin without the controller. I have tuned a 1/3 octave EQ by ear in the past but have used controllers in most situations. It is also recommended because of the protection and limiting capabilities.
: : Save up for the controller.
: : I have not operated them on third party controllers, mainly because we have them in different racks with their own systems.
: : The analog (sc21_1) will allow you to run these boxes passive with added subwoofers and the digital (dsc52) will allow you to biamp them (really not important with this system) and have more flexibility.
: : Chris
: : : Has any one use these speakers without the controller, or use other brand such as dbx Dr.Pa?
: : : I try to use these box to replace Ev mth-1, but the mth-1 sound so much better when I compare them side by side without the controler.
: : : The reason I bought them, because it's size. I can't afford to buy the controller yet.
: : : I 'd like to have some tips to make these box sound better.
: : : Thankyou.
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