User manual ELECTRO-VOICE X-LINE

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[. . . ] X-LineTM System 1 T he Electro-Voice X-LineTM is a fully configurable linear sound reinforcement system. It is designed to allow one-person rigging while exhibiting both flat-front long-throw and curvedfront arc segment--or J-box--orientations. X-LineTM, Electro-Voice's realization of that classic J orientation, maximizes vertical-plane wave summing and eliminates the physical gaps between the rectangular enclosures at the J portion of the hang. Because such gaps separate the high-frequency radiating planes and result in non-coherent summing when the wavelengths are shorter than the spacings between rectangular enclosures, the X-LineTM simply provides cleaner sound. [. . . ] The loudspeakers all are sitting upright, just like they would be arrayed. These dollies have sufficient clearance to allow the enclosures to travel with both the front and rear rigging hardware attached to the loudspeaker systems. This makes rigging set up and tear down extremely easy because the loudspeaker enclosures can be moved in blocks of four units. 18) illustrates the technique used to construct a loudspeaker array with enclosures transported on bottom dollies. A front dolly can be used with either the rectangular enclosures (Xvls or Xsub) or trapezoidal enclosures (Xvlt). The front dolly attaches to the front of a single loudspeaker system covering the grille and the enclosure front rigging track. This dolly allows the ease of moving one loudspeaker enclosure at a time; however, the rigging cannot remain attached to the enclosure during transport. 20) illustrates the technique used to construct a loudspeaker array with enclosures transported on front dollies. Because most arrays typically require more rectangular Xvls and Xsub systems than trapezoidal Xvlt systems, it would be common in large-scale touring situations for the rectangular boxes to be transported on bottom dollies and trapezoidal boxes to be transported on front dollies. Thus, both rigging techniques may be employed in the same array. Adjusting Vertical Angles of Enclosures The vertical angle of an enclosure may be adjusted relative to the enclosure immediately above by the choice of the attachment position of the Xvsl front linking straps in the enclosure track. The locating holes in the enclosure rigging track are spaced 1. 00 inches apart. Moving the attachment position one hole results in a 2° change in the enclosure vertical angle. The chain on the Xvsl linking strap is secured to the fittings on each end with a pin through a hole on each fitting. Note that there are two holes on each fitting labeled "A" and "B". These two holes offer two attachment points that change the length of the linking strap assembly. When the chain is connected in the "B-B" position, the Xvsl linking strap is 0. 500 inches longer than when connected in the "A-A" position. This 0. 500-inch change in length results in a 1° angle adjustment. Thus, by adjusting the length of the Xvsl linking straps and their attachment position on the enclosure front track, the relative angles between boxes can be adjusted in 1° increments. When used with the "A-A" length, even-numbered angles result (0°, 2°, 4°, 6°, etc. ) when changing the attachment position of the linking strap along the track, while odd-numbered angles result (1°, 3°, 5°, 7°, etc. ) when used with the "B-B" length. When planning angle adjustments between boxes, the shape of the enclosure must be taken into account. Two rectangular enclosures (either Xvls or Xsub) can be pulled up tight with their sides parallel, leaving a 0° relative angle between the enclosures (that is, both are facing straight ahead). When two trapezoidal enclosures (Xvlt only) are pulled up tight with their sides parallel, a 5° relative angle exists between the enclosures (because the enclosure shape is a 5° wedge). [. . . ] (Hz) Filter 4 Gain (dB) Filter 4 BW (Oct) Filter 4 Q (Q) Filter 4 Slope (dB/Oct) Filter 5 Type Filter 5 Freq. (Hz) Filter 5 Gain (dB) Filter 5 BW (Oct) Filter 5 Q (Q) Filter 5 Slope (dB/Oct) Filter 6 Type Filter 6 Freq. (Hz) Filter 6 Gain (dB) Filter 6 BW (Oct) Filter 6 Q (Q) Filter 6 Slope (dB/Oct) Limiter Thresh (dBu) Amp Out @ Thresh (Vrms) Limiter Attack (mSec) Limiter Release (mSec) C D Crossover Xsub Xxxx SUB LF 1 2 B A +1. 5 dB +1. 5 dB 0. 000 mS 0. 000 mS Norm Norm 32. 6 Hz 49 Hz But24 But24 80 Hz LR24 PEQ 45. 4 Hz +3. 0 dB 0. 50 Oct 2. 87 Q PEQ 305 Hz -4. 0 dB 1. 00 Oct 1. 41 Q 225 Hz LR24 PEQ 50. 8 Hz +2. 8 dB 0. 60 Oct 2. 39 Q PEQ 159 Hz -2. 4 dB 0. 50 Oct 2. 87 Q PEQ 500 Hz -9. 0 dB 0. 50 Oct 2. 87 Q Xfil MB 3 A Xfil HF 4 A Xvlt Xvlt Xvls Xvls MB HF MB HF 5 6 7 8 A A A A +1. 5 dB +0. 0 dB +1. 5 dB +0. 0 dB 0. 958 mS 1. 125 mS 0. 563 mS 0. 958 mS Norm Norm Norm Norm 225 Hz 1230 Hz 225 Hz 1230 Hz LR24 LR24 LR24 LR24 1230 Hz 16000 Hz LR24 But24 PEQ 574 Hz -5. 4 dB 0. 95 Oct 1. 49 Q PEQ 1370 Hz -4. 4 dB 1. 25 Oct 1. 12 Q PEQ 1190 Hz -13. 6 dB 1. 80 Oct 0. 75 Q PEQ 3610 Hz -2. 4 dB 0. 80 Oct 1. 78 Q PEQ 14900 Hz +8. 8 dB 0. 50 Oct 2. 87 Q PEQ 1800 Hz -2. 8 dB 0. 20 Oct 7. 21 Q PEQ 2460 Hz -4. 6 dB 0. 20 Oct 7. 21 Q 1230 Hz 16000 Hz LR24 But24 PEQ 554 Hz -6. 2 dB 0. 85 Oct 1. 67 Q PEQ 901 Hz -6. 4 dB 0. 90 Oct 1. 58 Q PEQ 1110 Hz -15. 0 dB 1. 35 Oct 1. 03 Q PEQ 3030 Hz -3. 2 dB 2. 00 Oct 0. 67 Q PEQ 14900 Hz +8. 8 dB 0. 50 Oct 2. 87 Q PEQ 1800 Hz -3. 4 dB 0. 20 Oct 7. 21 Q PEQ 2550 Hz -4. 0 dB 0. 20 Oct 7. 21 Q EQ Filter Block (PEQ filter width specified in both BandWidth & Q) Main Assign +0. 0 dBu 69. 3 V Fast Slow +0. 0 dBu 69. 3 V Fast Slow +0. 0 dBu 69. 3 V Fast Med -1. 0 dBu 61. 7 V Fast Fast +0. 0 dBu 69. 3 V Fast Med -1. 0 dBu 61. 7 V Fast Fast Limiter EV X-Line Loudspeakers BSS FDS-366 Digital Parameters Page 2 of 2 Rev. : 2. 40 - 08/07/01 X-Line Digital Parameters Rev 2. 4. xls Preset Name: X-LINE 2*4 3W+S P3K6 Loudspeaker System X-LINE Rev. 2. 4 3-Way+Sub P3000 6dBu 3-Way Full-Range Xvls & Xvlt, Plus Overlapping Xsub Subwoofer Configuration Notes > Read the "Instructions" worksheet in this workbook for details on how to implement the digital parameters. for EV P3000 Amplifier with 6-dBu Gain Setting > ONLY use the input EQ to make adjustments for system EQ and room EQ. 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