When I just run 1 off each channel which is per woofer, I find it to work great and I actually don’t hear a ton of stress actually, the only thing I would hear is the amp clipping until I flipped the clip limiter on it. Ryan Jenkins “Two days until the end of when I don’t know what to think. This equalled about w per cab depending on venue voltage. How much amperage did this take? We are dealing with 5 string basses and real kick drums for our low freq content.
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EAW LA128Z Subwoofer
The LA is a very lack luster sub to my ears. Whatever is going on, we haven’t had any problems with power running the rig this way. The peaks I’m sure were much higher, but the fluke just gives you an average reading.
If I had to pick a favorite it would be the SRX with correct power and processing. Each sub gets a bridgedeach mid gets the same, and the highs are on a stereo GX5.
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I believe I saw about 3. We use a single phase distro, and were pulling around amps a leg measured with a fluke amprobe. Tim Padrick wrote on Sat, 10 July Ryan Jenkins “Two days until the end of when I don’t know what to think. We are doing mostly Texas country which is like southern rock for around people. We are dealing with 5 string basses and real kick drums for our low freq content. Tim Weaver wrote on Wed, 07 July Fs of a H is 30Hz.
This equalled about w per cab depending on venue voltage. With some harder music you might want to stay lower. Anyone have power compression specs on the ‘s driver H I believe?
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I’ve used both numerous times with and without enough power on the boxes. EAW probably figured if you need a half way decent trap shaped sub you would buy an SB and they just build a very mediocre sub for the LA series just ewa have an offereing at that price point. Ummm would you say they could take more? IMHO if you want more sound from s and are pushing w to the cab, time for more s and another amp.
Which 2 of them on a channel is pretty much like a SRX Todd Anisman wrote on Wed, 07 July The noticiable difference is the quality of the sound, not the quantity. You’re only pulling watts from that amp.
Jeff Wheeler wrote on Thu, 08 July Each sub was getting a bridged PLX and it was seeing clip lights on with the rock acts. I’ve moved over to an Itech on the pair of s. I don’t know how either is measured but I can tell you that Eaaw have never been impressed with the LA box.
The LA is less efficient, but does better when “Under” powered. I can’t find any specs at all on it.
But they do run out of useful excursion as you get closer to 30Hz, so no, I am not looking for more power. Three days until I start the cycle all over again!
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I just did a 4 day 4th of July festival with an SRX rig. Make no mistake, some of these acts have some serious kick and bass happening, but it’s all live music. Todd Anisman wrote on Thu, 08 July How much amperage did this take?