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    Default Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    I've been consolidating and refining our bands sound system/SAC rig. There are still some items that are not complete like multi-pins for the snakes, and a permanent location for the wireless access point, but I thought I'd share what has been completed so far. One of the biggest time savers was the custom drawer case. I was able to get rid of all the loose plastic crates we were using and everything rolls in at one go. It helps to make sure everything we need is onsite, adds a level of security (its lockable and hard to walk off with) and the lid has legs that fold out into a table.

    Audio Hardware/Config
    • ASUS|P7H55D-M EVO H55 RT
    • CORE I5 650 3.2G
    • Win XP3
    • stereo two-way FOH (Dual Linkwitz plug-in)
    • 5 monitor mixes (4 stereo In Ears and 1 mono wedge)

    Lighting Hardware
    • Entec DMXIS + Chauvet Stream 6 Wireless


    Pictures are clickable to full-size images.


    Last edited by cgrafx; 09-10-2019 at 03:00 PM.
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    Philip G.

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    Very Nice Philip...great work.
    -SAC,SAWStudioLite,Midi Workshop,SATLive, Reaper
    -SAC Host (24 channel): Various Laptops via Digiface into APPSYS Adat extenders into (3) ADA8000,(2) BCF2000 controllers, 1x64 resolution
    -SAC Host (32 Channel): Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0Ghz , 4 Gig DDR/800mz RAM, ASUS PK5PL-CM MotherBd,XP Pro SP3, RME Raydat, (4) ADA8000's
    -SAC Remote: Various Tablets via AMPED Router
    -SAW Host : Asus Laptop, i7 12g RAM

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    Looks good. But only a couple of the pictures are clickable to view full size. Or am I missing something?
    Richard B. Ingraham
    RBI Sound
    http://www.rbisound.com
    Email Based User List: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/sac_users/

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by RBIngraham View Post
    Looks good. But only a couple of the pictures are clickable to view full size. Or am I missing something?
    Fixed the full-size views.
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    Philip G.

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    Very nice indeed. Love the mic drawer.
    Richard B. Ingraham
    RBI Sound
    http://www.rbisound.com
    Email Based User List: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/sac_users/

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    cgrafx,

    "Wow!"...and "Double-Wow!"

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    Very, very, very nice job indeed.

    PS: I am in the process of completing my new rig as well and will upload some pics when completed.

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    It definitely makes for a faster load-in and load-out. It has however taken me almost 10 years to get to this point.

    A lot of time was spent on layouts and labeling because from month to month its hard to remember what goes where and how things should be connected.

    The shop that built the drawer case also did the custom foam. It cost me $75 to have them cut the insert and then I printed and added labels to the bottoms of each mic slot. (Mostly so I can remember how the Sennheiser 604's are supposed to go back into the drawer)



    The system is also nicely scalable, going from our small configuration (pair of two-way 12's on sticks and a small 10" sub) to our large configuration at 8100 Watts.

    XSmall System (1850 Watts)

    • 2 EAW 212 or EAW 215 Two-Way Tops
    • 1 10" Sub




    Large System 3 (8100 Watts)

    • 2 EAW LA212 Two-Way In-fill or Out-fill Speakers (not shown in picture)
    • 2 EAW LA215 Two-Way Tops
    • 2 EAW LA460 3-way Tops
    • 4 EAW LA118 Subs


    Last edited by cgrafx; 09-10-2019 at 03:01 PM.
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    Philip G.

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    The custom drawer case is very nice, but I'm too cheap to go that route. May answer for carrying mics, cables and accessories "on wheels" was a used Craftsman rolling tool case. There is a locking bar for it to secure the drawers. I think I put bigger casters on it, and drawer liners of course (not custom), but otherwise I just use it "stock" and it works.
    Cary B. Cornett
    aka "Puzzler"
    www.chinesepuzzlerecording.com

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    Default Re: Latest SAC Rig Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Cary B. Cornett View Post
    The custom drawer case is very nice, but I'm too cheap to go that route. May answer for carrying mics, cables and accessories "on wheels" was a used Craftsman rolling tool case. There is a locking bar for it to secure the drawers. I think I put bigger casters on it, and drawer liners of course (not custom), but otherwise I just use it "stock" and it works.
    Thats a great idea, although in my case it would not have been big enough to carry what I wanted to put in it.
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