I'm excited and had to tell those who understand. I just ordered a new MII. I have owned the Compact for almost two years with great success. Just thought I needed more power for outdoor gigs and more bass response. Can't wait to do a side-by-side compare with the Compact. Hated to spend the money, but it's my passion. Probably will sell the Compact after testing out the MII. Thanks for listening and for all the great info and advice on this forum.
Interesting, I been just the opposit. I've had my L1 MII for several years and have been using my L1 Compacts for smaller gigs where I am short on space and too lazy to set up the L1 MII with 2 B1's.
Suprisingly I have had several larger gig's and 2 where I kind of forced the L1 MII into the tight space, despite a potential trip hazard, but I must say I love the smoother sound of the L1 MII with the 2 B1's. It like working on cruise control vs pushing the L1 Compact hard and punishing the people up close.
I completely agree with Joel's analogy. Cruise control: Yes, that's it. No need to micro-manage the Model II. It just steps up and does the job. Don't get me wrong, I use my Compact a lot and for what it was designed to do, it is brilliant. But when you encounter an edge case, (or an unknown venue), I'm always glad when I bring out my Model II.
Congratulations and enjoy your Model II.
Here are some notes that should help.
L1® Model II in the wiki.
Looking back on your earlier posts, you've already got a T1® ... right? Well you're going to really like how simple it is to use the T1® and Model II together. They were both designed with the other in mind. It shows.
More about the T1® here:
T1 ToneMatch® Audio Engine
I'd be really interested to hear your impressions when you get your Model II.
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