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#391349 - 08/01/14 07:09 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: Dnj]
guitpic1 Offline
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I'll give Frank a call.

For anyone familiar with the Nano 300...what is the switch that has a note on it? It's on each channel. Is it some sort of EQ?

I can't find much on the HK website.
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#391350 - 08/01/14 07:41 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: Mark79100]
zuki Offline
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Originally Posted By: Mark79100
Originally Posted By: zuki
Switched to powered 8s and the piano now sounds terrific.


What "powered 8s?" My Pa3x pianos sounds are awful through headphones.


Sorry Mark, I meant to say powered 10s (see my gear list). They are the only external speakers I've used that have the mids right for acoustic piano sounds. I've never had so many compliments than with the 3x - terrific board..
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#391352 - 08/01/14 07:54 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: guitpic1]
Dnj Offline
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Originally Posted By: guitpic1
I'll give Frank a call.

For anyone familiar with the Nano 300...what is the switch that has a note on it? It's on each channel. Is it some sort of EQ?

I can't find much on the HK website.


9 Contour
This rotary knob voices the audio signal;
that is, it adjusts the tone.
It boosts low and high frequencies while
cutting midrange frequencies.
• Far left position = no change in tone
• Far right position = maximum effect


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#391359 - 08/01/14 12:07 PM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: Dnj]
guitpic1 Offline
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Tx

Still not sure what I'll do...that is keep or not keep the Nano.
I'm not convinced it's a good trade for my Bose compacts although I do like the more boomy lower end.

Thanks for all the good info here.

I did talk to Frank..re: Audioworks. Good guy to deal with.


Edited by guitpic1 (08/01/14 12:09 PM)
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#391381 - 08/02/14 05:58 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: Dnj]
Bill Lewis Offline
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I use 2 Yamaha DXR 8's awesome sound ....



when needed I just add my EV ZXA1
Powered Sub !!



Uh -oh what happened to the DXR 12's ???
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#391386 - 08/02/14 06:39 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: guitpic1]
Dnj Offline
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Sold the Yamaha DXR12" & picked up a EV-ZXA1 SuB combined with the DXR8 Tops is a beautiful thing more suited to my needs and let me tell you the sound is amazing on stage!!..

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#391387 - 08/02/14 06:48 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: guitpic1]
rosetree
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A pair of DXR 8 is more than twice as heavy as the Nano 300, IMO it is a different type of system, not interesting if you want to have something easily portable, so I don't think it is a direct alternative.

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#391388 - 08/02/14 07:15 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: ]
Dnj Offline
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Originally Posted By: rosetree
A pair of DXR 8 is more than twice as heavy as the Nano 300, IMO it is a different type of system, not interesting if you want to have something easily portable, so I don't think it is a direct alternative.


forget the written specs use your ears, Play them both next to each other and you will think much differently, headphone I've used them both, ...they weigh no more then your keyboard I would assume.. wink


Edited by Dnj (08/02/14 07:15 AM)

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#391394 - 08/02/14 08:49 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: guitpic1]
rosetree
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They weigh 27 kilograms, the Nano 300 weighs 11 kilograms. My MoXF is just 7 kg. Extreme differences, that's why I keep saying it's a different type of system which you can't call lightweight.

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#391395 - 08/02/14 09:03 AM Re: Lucas nano 300 [Re: ]
Dnj Offline
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Originally Posted By: rosetree
They weigh 27 kilograms, the Nano 300 weighs 11 kilograms. My MoXF is just 7 kg. Extreme differences, that's why I keep saying it's a different type of system which you can't call lightweight.


Using a Rock-n-Roller kart solves all weight issues...
just sayin'.. every PRO should use one..

http://rocknroller-multicart.myshopify.com/


Edited by Dnj (08/02/14 09:14 AM)

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