I have a question. I have looked through the threads I can find on using feedback suppressors with X32 system and this scenario doesn't appear to be covered.
Up front I would offer that I do try to tune the room, but I do mobile work and almost every gig is different. So I am looking at adding some automatic feedback suppressors to my rig.
Rig is X32 compact > X32R/S16 stage box at the stage. All the I/O is via stage box.
My question is whether manual inserts of auto FBS like TN6232 or AFS2 at the X32C will work to control the signal chain to manage feedback when the I/O is remote from the stage box? Anybody tried this scenario.
Thanks in advance!
Scott Bolt;50770 wrote:
I am hoping that a future firmware release will include a feedback suppressor within the X32.
Stacy Mills;65964 wrote:
I really hope they do not.
Kevin Maxwell;66010 wrote:
And I can see automatic feedback suppression as being handy for a place like this.
Sorin Ene;66013 wrote:
Totally agree with you Kevin, although I stand for what I've said. If you need the bloody thing, just get it. I just don't want to see that, featured in a said professional tool, let alone my tool. I've seen so many, so called "soundguys" with cocky attitudes and their rigs full of sabine's and dfr's all lit up like christmas trees, with filters unreleased from their last gig ...grinning at whoever interested in their already paper sounding mix, that it makes me nauseous..
Not enough that too many ignorants can afford one.. now every one "can" mix too.. bah..
Did I said I don't want that? ))
Scott Bolt;66021 wrote:
Ever see the lead singer jump off stage and start singing to one of the tables right in front of a speaker stack?
Florian Gerstenlauer;66026 wrote:
As long as you have a propper set up, and the singer doesn't hold the microphone directly in front of the speakers, you shouldn't get any feed back.