My single L1.2 2B T1 is simply flawless. So my question is; will 2 systems cause comb filtering and impair clarity in back of the room?
I experimented adding a tripod Mackies srm350 across the dance floor. At very low level it added dimension and imaging, it helped overcome the dreaded packed-body sound-block the L1 can experience.
The 350 low-level was aimed inward and only heard by those dancing close 3 or 4 feet. There was no long range comb filtering or base cancellation. I like the idea of only one L1.2 for ultimate DJ clarity along with an added short throw speaker for that little extra for body density and imaging. Better theoretically to avoid noise. It does set up faster with less baggage.
Rectangle room, dance floor running the short wall. DJ system in it's corner. L1 halfway down the dance floor following long-wall. 4 feet from wall 4 from dance floor. Good open space for good open wave forming. Subs on long wall by L1. Packed happy boisterous, they were.
Dinner level music was making the trip with no room "yaw" (boomy wash). Perfection. Dance seemed even better. Exciting yet unimpaired conversation. I hope you try my small tripod speaker technique.
If you dj using two L1 could you please AB test the difference and look for phasing sound or degrading dinner music whole room clarity. Any comb filtering or wireless mic vocal drop outs. Does it sound too busy?
With the L1.2 "is two a bad thing?" 1 or 2
Thanks fur yur time.
-thankyou, April 15, 2008
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