Patience is something I have had problems with forever. I was wrong for that comment as it was more than had to be said...even if with a small percentage of "joking" in the motivation. And yes, you do run this place like a customer service center. I did come back and I am eating all the crow. I apologize. The interaction in this thread will help others. Thank you for that. I have been coming to this site for years as my half cocked online audio education progressed. My hope is to make a weekend hobby/investment out of this as a retiree while my back and knees still work. The engineering behind what happens in the realm of outside venues is my new tangent in audio. Reading best practices and understanding the math behind them is necessary/great, don't get me wrong. Still, I need hands on. So, I'll stick to providing equipment aimed specifically at augmenting low frequencies for a while - lf/ulf boxes that drop jaws outside. If i do anything inside, i hope to push the envelope of high SPL "proper" bass. Hopefully can trade use of my equipment and labor for training. Would love to some day own and properly operate a Danley Jericho/DIY LF-ULF system that can entertain up to 1,000 people in open space with zero listener fatigue for hours at a time. The Skhorn for IPALs is amazing. The MAUL is a tremendous value. Would like to see what Stereo Integrity 24 can do since charging the same price as rockford fosgate for the t3 19. Not sure if SI products are used in the pro world. Not in this for initial profit. Need a way to scratch my car bass days itch without the police getting involved. For some reason, I refuse to disturb my neighbors to the point that my desktop system has been stored. Too much vodka and everybody has to listen to the Commodores. Home theater subwoofers should be HOA violations. Shared walls or single family period. So, I'll find people with permits that have permission to have 20hz play as loudly as 20,000hz. 140 db at 10 feet is all i want. hehe
If I haven't totally torn my draws with you, can you recommend a live sound training program in Florida (Tallahassee if possible)? I read somewhere that Danley offers something for their dealers - wish that was available to the public. I'm so trained to rack up student debt that a $10,000 Live Sound Engineering training program from Recording Connection sounds good.
This is my red corvette zo6. No, grey 911 gt2 rs is really what I'm after over time. Midlife with no crisis, have a satisfying hobby, make extra retirement money for medical cannabis/random foolishness around the country in certain states AND I get to put my cnc machine research to good use. My hope is to stay out of trouble and enjoy life until I kick the bucket.
That was a lot. Again, thank you for what you do.