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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 10:55 pm 
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This is a really cool, old theatre. http://indianatheater.com

I talked my way into playing here for free with comedian Donnie Baker (Bob & Tom fame) later this month. I've played here before but we opened for Here Come The Mummies, and used their PA, which had 4 dual-18 subs on either side.

We're not trying to reach 120db in the balcony, though. We just need good coverage side-to-side. I have no concern about my SLA's performing, but sub placement (4 x T-39s) in this big place? I know I probably need 4 more subs (someday). What's the best I can do with what I have?

Here's a diagram of the seating areas. Only the Orchestra seating and Terrace (standing) areas will be used.
http://indianatheater.com/theatre-capabilities/

Photos of the stage and seating areas:
http://indianatheater.com/wp-content/up ... G_0729.jpg
http://indianatheater.com/wp-content/up ... 0356_o.jpg

I don't see any wall or corner fire options. There will be space available on stage, and technically I could split the subs since I can spread them beyond that magic distance of 50(ish) feet. But I prefer to keep the 4 together. I've used a V-plate for outdoor gigs with good results. Has anyone tried an endfire config with T-39s? Would that even work with 4 subs?

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Mike

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Well, it looks like you can't put them up in the ceiling. How about a pair standing at each end of the stage, spaced out from and, facing the wall? Would there be enough space for patrons to walk between them and the seats?

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Placing them in the center isn't good with the wall being only 3.5 feet high. Split left/right on the floor against the walls would probably be best.


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