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#364024 - 03/29/13 04:56 PM Re: New Mackie DLM Series 2000W Powered Speakers DEMO [Re: Dnj]
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We have plenty of top LIVE rated big name bands all along the Jersey Shore and in Atlantic City Casinos that Ive heard many many times, hardly see any QSC gear vs the rest on their stages,....I don't have to stop doing anything,I know what I'm talking about. I see where this is going so I will bow out of this thread sorry.

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#364029 - 03/29/13 09:12 PM Re: New Mackie DLM Series 2000W Powered Speakers DEMO [Re: Dnj]
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Mackie has always been great at being funny when marketing a new product. Check out this launch video for the DLM speakers.

http://youtu.be/IeDRLmH9xCQ
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#364038 - 03/30/13 05:57 AM Re: New Mackie DLM Series 2000W Powered Speakers DEMO [Re: Dnj]
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Registered: 11/24/99
Posts: 1663
Loc: Milford, CT, USA
The truth is, all equipment is good to a certain level. Unfortunately the end user can make or break a product, also the end user has his own perspective of sound. I heard QSC K's and Mackie SRM sound amazing and sound like crap. Just because you buy something doesn't mean you know how to use it properly.

Plus what's going in you signal chain matters allot too. You can't expect to put an entry level sub $80 mixer, with a limited eq, a very small knowledge of sound, then run it into a $1000 speaker and get the ultimate sound, all you are doing is amplifying crap.

If all performers knew what they were doing and using decent mixers, cables, mics, all the QSC, Mackie's, Yamaha's etc, will sound great, some will have a more preferred sound to some people while that same sound might be unliked by others.

The bottom line is I need more customers so I can pay my bills

hahahah

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#364039 - 03/30/13 06:06 AM Re: New Mackie DLM Series 2000W Powered Speakers DEMO [Re: frankieve]
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Originally Posted By: frankieve
The truth is, all equipment is good to a certain level. Unfortunately the end user can make or break a product, also the end user has his own perspective of sound. I heard QSC K's and Mackie SRM sound amazing and sound like crap. Just because you buy something doesn't mean you know how to use it properly.

Plus what's going in you signal chain matters allot too. You can't expect to put an entry level sub $80 mixer, with a limited eq, a very small knowledge of sound, then run it into a $1000 speaker and get the ultimate sound, all you are doing is amplifying crap.

If all performers knew what they were doing and using decent mixers, cables, mics, all the QSC, Mackie's, Yamaha's etc, will sound great, some will have a more preferred sound to some people while that same sound might be unliked by others.

The bottom line is I need more customers so I can pay my bills

hahahah

smile


Great analogy Frankie !!"what's going in you signal chain matters allot too",....exactly! headphone

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#364066 - 03/30/13 12:17 PM Re: New Mackie DLM Series 2000W Powered Speakers DEMO [Re: frankieve]
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Registered: 11/12/11
Posts: 1415
Loc: NJ
Frank-

Who do you give the edge to- HK element or LDmaui28?
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