The digital sound processing units available today can do so much. Not only do you access to several types of EQ’s but you also have limiting and compressors, crossovers, variable gain for several outputs from one input, and limited access so in house “experts” cannot change the setting without a computer and the password! We
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A common problem with operating the church sound system is that the performer doesn’t hold the mic close enough to their mouth to get good gain before feedback. This results in the the sound tech having to push the gain to the limit resulting in unwanted feedback. Typically a performer may say ” I can’t
I get a call from time to time from a customer that explains that they are being shocked while playing on the worship platform. Upon inspection, I have witnessed dozens of ground-fault current events where signal cables interconnecting sound gear plugged into different electrical outlets mysteriously arced, sometimes turning red hot and melting before my
Why using the wrong wiring can compromise your sound system In many of the sound systems we are asked to analyze we find that the installer used small, inexpensive wiring to connect the speakers. Why is this important? Wiring has a given resistance per foot. The smaller the wire the greater the resistance per foot.