Used Electrovoice – E/V EV T PLUS PAIR Speaker Cabinet. What would be better for a bar band, 4 to 5 piece, country-blues-rock, 3 vocals, miking drums-guitars-bass? system A) 1 EV QRX/over 1 EV. Buy used T+ Cabinet Speakers by Electro-Voice. (1) EV DX T+. Dualinch two-way speaker with watts continuous, 3, watts peak.
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Login or Sign Up. Join the HC Newsletter. Previous 1 2 Next. What would be better for a bar tt252, 4 to 5 piece, country-blues-rock, 3 vocals, miking drums-guitars-bass? Lets say that these are the only two choices, and choice B is being highly recommended. Remember that wall current in some bars is limited and efficiency is a concern even though all the amps are crown K series.
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Any input would be appreciated. If you were a DJ. For live use, I would much prefer the over the QRx The is a great sounding sub. It’s more efficient, will handle a little more power, go lower, and get louder.
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That’s an easy decision. The mains decision is a little tougher, mostly because I don’t really like t22 one of those cabinets. Of the two, ec would be the better choice, as the dual 15 cabinet will have a tendancy to muddy up your sound, and they work best in situations without subs. That said, the low mid response of the is a tiny bit weak, so I guess it’s kind of a draw. But if those are actually your only two choices, I think the is the better option. Personally, if you’re willing to biamp your mains, I would take a look at the QRx You’ll appreciate the horn loaded mids, especially in deeper rooms.
If you’re looking for something a little lighter than those big wooden cabinets, I personally feel that the Zx5 is the best sounding MI-level speaker that EV is producing right now, while the QRx is still their best sounding upper MI-level sub.
Thanks for your input, guys.
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Adams, I like the idea of the qrx I was just concerned about having enough bottom end for all the toms and what not with a single The cabinets that I’ve heard in the past, both mackie and eaw, were really clean, but didn’t make the drums sound very thunderous. Either way, I was definitely planning on biamping the tops. Originally posted by ckomocki I like the idea of the qrx Chad, The QRx will supply plenty of low mid. The mid driver handles things down to around hz, leaving the 15″ driver free to operate from there to your sub crossover point.
In fact, my experience with the is that the toms actually project better than with comparable 2-way designs. A nice clean stick hit and full round bottom end.
If your band is vocal-oriented, you will defintely like the smooth midrange response of the As Adam mentioned the QRX will supply plenty of Lowmid gas, and the will be IMO sonicly alot better than a dual 12″ and it will throw further too.
You mentioned that the will be sonically better than the Can fv tell me your thought process behind this?
I did end up with a “similar” config box to the ‘s SRX.
Just curious, what would make it sonically better in your opinion? Rick, I researched some of the cabs mentioned within this thread before purchasing my s’. What cab is “better” depends on perspective, IMHO. Taller than the others, so the makes a ground stack a bit easier for horn throw.
A bit smaller and lighter.
It has rotatable horn, so arraying multiples is a bit easier. Handles a lot of power, but needs a dv of power to “stand-up”. The QRx met my needs and I like its sound.
Others may find something r252 that meets end requirements. There are many similar cabs out there that sound really good. The PV QW3 is an amazing box for very little cash as well. Maybe Dan will chime in with his thoughts.
The QRx and the have the same HF horn lens, which can be rotated. The MF horn on the can’t be rotated, obviously. What I eb about the horn on both cabinets is it’s assymetical design. It points down 10 degrees, which is supposed to make it easier to cover the audience without pointing the cabinet down at them.
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What I dislike about the horn is that if eb cabs aren’t stacked up very high, eev horn points down too much. And also, that horn makes it very difficult to rotate for arraying, if you wanted to do that.
You would have to choose which side you wanted the horn to point to most, and then keep track of which cabinets point which direction. That horn works pretty well for the QRx wedges, because you can point it more up than the cabinet angle would suggest.
It’s just a pain because I expect a cabinet to go the way it’s pointed, not a few degrees more one direction. I have to explain sv wedges to artists a lot, because the hot spot isn’t directly in front of the wedge. They’re good cabinets, and they sound decent, but the mid throw is pretty bad. They do get pretty loud though, I’ll give them that. And sometimes the assymetrical horn is nice. This is good info about the mid horns. The is looking like the solution. Suppose the qrx were the answer, then would the be the appropriate y252.
My eyes were also looking at the mtl1-x box, but I’d be worried that it would require too large of a room for the sound wave to develop properly. I’ve always preferred bass reflex type subs to horn loaded, but the horn rv tend to be louder and more efficient.
Do you think that the mtl1-x box would be too much for a bar setting? Because, you know when you get a system, one of your buddies always thinks that it’s huge and says, “hey, you’ve got a slamming rig.
Why don’t we put on a little outdoor show this summer, we r252 use your PA and have a few different acts.
Well, in this scenario, I could just see the QRX’s disappearing in the open air. Perhaps the rig is the best solution. The MTL-1X is not a horn loaded sub. I think EV calls it “manifold” technology, but it isn’t a horn and it works just fine in tight clubs. I have four of them. I t522 have the QRX tops. Originally posted by rickkreuzer Hey Dan The SRX needed alot of tuning to get it right download the drive settings Dont get me wrong The benifit of the 3 way design is the hz crossover point, a 12″ does hz-1k better than a 15″ but not nearly has clean and articulate as an 8″ We’re not talking apples eev oranges but there is a difference to my ears from ‘ away.
When evv turned these on they were awsome without any tuning what so ever. They throw further than the dual 12″ and have more low mid.
Now in smaller settings i thing the dual 12″ would be f252 bacuase the dance floor wont get the beaming mid driver up close Again the SRX is a great box but not for me. Thank you for the response. I was just taking the opportunity to pick your brain because I seriously considered going with dual 12’s rather than what I purchased because someone else said they’d be better.
Anyhoo, sorry to hijack the thread BStaley, thanks for your info. Perhaps I could come by and check out one of your shows on a night off? Let me know if we could could do something like that. If fv are going to consider the QRx, then you may want to also look at g252 Carvin TRx speakers. I bought 4 TRx speakers from Carvin. The priced right and the sound is incredible watts each when triamped.
You can hear them in a seat auditorium in the following links: You can see three of the Carvin TRxs on the initial fv and the 4th one on the second pause of the 1st video Help FAQs Go to top. Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website. View the Media Kit.