Then use a brickwall limiter in a locked box in front of the power amp, possibly multi-band. Limiting at the speaker should be a last resort in case something fails, not to compensate for stupid DJs.The tweeter is of 40~50 watts with 3"VC. The impedance is 8 ohms.
The DJ operator is careless when operating the system. Hence try to make safer protection system.
I was going to say this yesterday.From the stupid joke that ended my previous post it occurs to me that the problem might be your DJ's ears.
It is an occupational hazard for DJ's to get partial deafness.
They lose hearing for high frequencies most often.
He might not be careless. He might be trying to compensate for his own damaged hearing as he balances the the sound levels.
If he is partially deaf and doesn't realize it, then he would actually be risking others peoples hearing.
He won't know when the music is too loud. He could send customers running away from painfully screeching highs.
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|F||I'm trying to look for a transistor that does a very specific task||Digital Design||31|
|D||A very simple single npn transistor setup but doesn't work (pic included) ?||Analog & Mixed-Signal Design||11|
|Transistor beta drops very low||Analog & Mixed-Signal Design||4|
|Transistor getting very hot - suggestions please for a alernative||Analog & Mixed-Signal Design||86|
|C||A very simple motor controller using a transistor||Analog & Mixed-Signal Design||12|
|I'm trying to look for a transistor that does a very specific task|
|A very simple single npn transistor setup but doesn't work (pic included) ?|
|Transistor beta drops very low|
|Transistor getting very hot - suggestions please for a alernative|
|A very simple motor controller using a transistor|
by Jake Hertz
by John Koon
by Luke James
by Luke James