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    What is the crossover frequency between the 8" and the compression driver?

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    • Livesound702
      NicJonesMT Hi Livesound702.
      I'm not too sure off the top of my head but if you submit a tech support ticket, one of the team who deal with Loudspeakers will be able to advise you further.
      • May 14
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    • Alexjurda1414
      Nigel67 Hi Alexjurda1414. Please contact our spares department and they will be able to help you further. This can be done by clicking on the support tab at the top of the page. A new window will open. Scroll down and click on the Spare Parts tab and submit a ticket. A colleague will then get back to you with pricing and availability. Many thanks
      • May 10
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    When I plug in my 2 x turbo sound iX12, the Bluetooth screen just flashes blue...


    nothing works at all apart from a regular blue flashing light on both speakers.


    any ideas anyone?

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    • toddyboy020
      DavidKnighton Hello toddyboy020,
      I suggest clicking the SUPPORT tab at the top of the page and submitting a technical support inquiry. Flashing LED or LCD is the type of behavior that would indicate a power issue.
      • Apr 29
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    Hi All,  To better cover some of the rooms my band is playing and to not have to push our current system as hard I went from 2 iq12's and 2 iq18b's to 4 iq12's (still with 2 subs).  I have K&M bars that will allow me to place 2 iq12's on a single pole and I plan to run 2 on each side of the stage.  The K&M bars allow for adjustment of the distance between the high packs which brings me to my question.  How far apart should I space the top speakers?  I have 2 likely scenarios, 1 is smaller rooms where with the coverage patterns i will likely leave the speakers straight forward, and wider areas where I will likely splay them - is there a difference in distance when doing that?




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    • KevinPeters
      DavidKnighton Hello KevinPeters,
      when placing two point source speakers side by side, you can encounter a phenomenon called "comb filtering". It would be a good idea to read up on this topic, as it can have an adverse effect on your sound. Understanding the effects of comb filtering will help you with placement. It won't be as big of a issue when the speakers are splayed at an angle from each other, but when both are forward facing, that's where you will want to play with the placement a bit more. Also you might want to be careful putting too much weight on a single subwoofer pole cup. I'm not sure it was meant to take more weight than a single loudspeaker.
      • Apr 26
      • iQ12 multiple high pack configurations
        LowBee David, jumping on the back of this question. Would it reduce Com Filtering if I placed the mid/top cabs one on top of the other, one inverted so the high range horns are close to each other?
        • May 11
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    We have an event coming up where I need some more grunt in terms of subs

    I have a pair of iQ15B's, and EV ZXA-1's, was thinking of using the subs from my iP2000's (without the array columns)

    Thoughts on this please?



    Thanks, stay safe as we (finally) get back to live music :-)

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    • LowBee
      GaryHiggins It will be a challenge but it may work with some careful setup and testing. The mixer may limit your ability. You will need extra busses to keep the subs separate. You didn’t say what one you use.
      • May 9
    • LowBee
      LowBee Gary, thanks.
      • May 9
    • LowBee
      LowBee I am using an X32Producer with Ethernet stage boxes, any set up advice much appreciated
      • May 9