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If you compare a sports car with a lorry there are quite a few differences. And the Tannoys are more like a sports car and a large Meyer system is more like a lorry. If you want to deliver sound to 10,000 listeners in an arena I would select the Meyer Leopards above the Tannoy Eatons anytime. But it would be a very unfair comparison, the Leopards would not ...


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What gear do you have? As other have mentioned, many subs come with a built-in crossover which splits the signal. One part goes from the crossover to the sub, and the other part is typically sent to a set of outputs so that you can link the subs to the other speakers. If this isn't the case, have another look at your mixer. Chances are that you have a set of ...


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First off… pros don't just decide they want to turn their amp up halfway through a gig. That's what sound crews are for; there's one guy whose job it is to make sure everyone on stage can hear themselves clearly. That aside, at a large gig it wouldn't make the slightest difference front of house. There's not really a great deal of the actual amp's volume ...


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