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  1. Hi Are you using the Subharmonic Synthesizer on the 260? Subharmonic synthesizers can produce this kind of "pumpimg". Check this out. Maybe your 260 is in perfect conditions, and its only a setup issue. JP
  2. Hi What i did for our systems was to find out the peak power of the speakers and then applied the formula V=?(PxZ) to find out the voltage If you want i can email you a chart of the values for KF730 as guidance Best regards João Paulo Martins STRONG Portugal
  3. mpjonathan Maybe this can help you: Input EQ filters Channel A Filters 1 thru 16 Channel B Filters 29 thru 44 Bandpass (crossover) filters Channel A Filters 17 thru 20 Channel B Filters 45 thru 48 Speaker EQ filters Channel A Filters 21 thru 28 Channel B Filters 49 thru 56 Noise Generator Filters Channel A Filters 57 thru 60 Channel B Filters 61 thru 64 This is common to IQwiq and System Architect, but in SA there are 2 sections in the input eq. The System EQ Filters 1 thru 8 for Channel A and Filters 29 thru 36 for Channel B, and the Guest EQ Filters 9 thru 16 for Channel A and Filters 37 thru 44 for Channel B. In reply to DGlass I’m aware how masters work in IQwiq. What I ask is for some improvements that allow us to setup our systems easier and faster. At the moment to control my main system I’ve to create 2 masters, one for low freq. and the other for hi freq., if I want to use the compressor for example. As I use front fill, I need another 2 masters for that, and a fifth master for subs. With the exception of the subs all my speakers and amps are equal, but I have to make 4 masters to control them. I jus wish it would be easier
  4. I'm a Crown ITech user. Usually I use 16 IT6000 at the same time, controlled by IQwiq Software. Since the release of System Architect that I'm trying to build a control panel for my system. System Arcitect and IQwiq are quite good software but none of then as the ease of use needed for real world "on the road" applications. Let me put this scenario. In the 16 IT6000 system, usually I use: 8 X IT6000 to drive 16 EAW SB1000 Subs (4 Amps 8 Subs per side) 6 X IT6000 to drive 24 EAW KF730 Line Array flown (3 Amps 12 boxes per side) 2 X IT6000 to drive 4 EAW KF730 Line Array front fill (1 Amp 2 boxes per side) Now what do I need from System Architect or IQwiq? I need one way to, really, link or group all the ITECH parameters. For example if I need to fine tune the eq on subs, I don’t have to do it in the 8 amps, one amp at the time. I can build a panel to control those amps, put a fader to control the delay and link that fader to each one of my sub amps. But instead of using those 8 amps for subs I need to use 10 amps for reinforce the subs, it's necessary to reprogram that panel. I need to be able to link or unlink, group or ungroup, the ITECH amps in an easy way. The Group panel in SA is great and acts great, (we have the one fader that acts like an analog mixer "VCA") but it's not easy to add or remove one amp to that group. I think this is very for rental companies like us that use the sound systems in different ways, from day to day. I think the most difficult is made. A great (for me the best) Power Amplifier. What we need is the best way to use it on the road. Ask your software developers to find a way to solve that.