This means room adjusents can now be made very quickly, without subjecting the audience to annoying, lengthy broadcasts of pink noise. The AutoEQ is located in the output processing stage, which means independent sections of a system can be equalized automatically. Nothing turns audiences away like annoying and potentially painful audio feedback. Fortunately, dbx engineers have revisited their already-stellar Advanced Feedback Suppression algorithm and made it work even better. The DriveRack VENU listens for and anticipates feedback and automatically removes it before it even has a chance, while never altering your sound. Updated Wizard Setup Functions Updated Wizards make initial set up easy, while ensuring speaker tunings and other settings are up-to-date.
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Page 2 DriveRack PX. Page 4 Turn the mixer master faders down. Turn on the mixer. Make sure the controls on your powered speakers are set the same on both speakers.
Page 5 A. Turn the Data Wheel to select your main speakers for our example, B. Turn the Data Wheel to select your subwoofer speakers for our example, B. Page 7 0 dB to 6 dB typical. Note that you may be prompted to readjust your speaker knob settings if needed. For our example, select Response C. Auto-EQ will match the curve selected. Turn the Data Wheel B. Press the to select a frequency response for the Auto-EQ. Page 10 Auto-EQ will complete or finish sending pink noise once it has come as close as possible to matching the Frequency response you selected earlier.
NOTE: Out of control feedback is not advised. Turn the Data Wheel to change the user preset number where your new program will reside. NOTE: This will replace the program that currently resides in that location. Page 15 Turn the mixer master faders down. Set the level knobs on your main speakers to match the position shown on the display. This will avoid overwriting settings in your existing preset.
Page 19 0 dB to 6 dB typical. Page 20 Now the Auto-EQ wizard will begin. Page 21 Turn the Data Wheel until pink noise is playing through your speakers at performance level.
Set level higher as needed. Page 22 Now the AFS wizard will begin. Turn down the mixer Master or B. Main level faders on your mixer. Speech is a wide filter, Music Low is a narrow filter, Music Medium is a very narrow filter, and Music High is an ultra nar- row filter.
Page 24 Store your new preset with its same name, and in its current location by pressing the STORE button three times. Your new preset has now been stored. Congratulations and enjoy.
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Page 2 DriveRack PX. Page 4 Turn the mixer master faders down. Turn on the mixer. Make sure the controls on your powered speakers are set the same on both speakers. Page 5 A. Turn the Data Wheel to select your main speakers for our example, B.
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The user manual has some useful information on setting up crossovers, and goes some way to explaining the audible difference between the two filter types. The PA2 has one limiter circuit for each output band ie. Whereas the limiter circuit is mainly there for protection, the PA2 also includes an overall compressor stage before the crossover, and although this affects the whole signal you do have more detailed control of the settings than is the case with the limiter circuit. The other parametric EQs operate on the outputs one per output , and are automatically set if the preset speaker tunings are applied using the Setup Wizard — but these, again, can be adjusted afterwards as necessary, and have, in any case, to be manually set if there is no appropriate preset tuning for the speakers being used. Without getting into all the detail of this, the good news is that input adjustments can be directly entered in distance feet or meters or time units milliseconds , so you can simply measure the distance that you want to compensate for and dial it in. Now the excellent app solves this, as the PA2 can be physically located to suit the cabling, and remotely controlled from wherever you like. The DriveRack PA2 has real differences and performance improvements over the previous model.
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