sound system question

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by Nutek, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. Nutek

    Nutek movement junglist

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    Dan M hard gay northern bear

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    i thort you jus wire them all into the amp?
     
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    Nutek movement junglist

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    no i don't think so because i'm pretty sure they all use leads and ting
     
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    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    theres diffrent ways of arranging speakers cant remember the proper names of them but I'll explain... You can link each one to the amp or you can link them in a line, each speaker should have a input and a output, to link them in a line you just link the first speaker to the amp then the second speaker to that.

    But I would get a seperate amp for the subs if I was you dont wana risk burning your amp out.


    So you could link a sub and speaker to right and a sub and speaker to left
     
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    alright sweet, yeah that's an idea.. ooh, might as well ask while im on the subject - how do people rig multiple amps together?
     
  6. morgan

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    it looks like youve only got two outputs and 4 speakers,so this isnt going to work
    also
    for £300...
    its going to be bait.
    good mate of mine has a 10k rig which he's spent...probably near on £25k on...
    as far as using any big(ish) rig
    your going to need a crossover,
    if you dont know what a xover is,basically
    you have two(or more) cross over points (frequencies) which the unit will split to seperate signals,and seperate amps
    i.e
    subs and tops.
    and as a general rule of thumb with standard 19" rack amps,one amp to every two speakers...
    so to achieve anything close to a decent sound,
    you HAVE to spend more money
    and then you should invest in a decent crossover and amps before you invest in more speakers.

    is it obvious i study this?:andy: