Is EAW still in business?
In 2000 EAW was purchased by Mackie Designs, Inc., now called LOUD Audio, LLC. In 2018, EAW was purchased by RCF audio, to be run as a separate entity.
What do I need for a PA sound system?
There are three components to every PA system: An input transducer (microphones or line-level output from an instrument) Amplifiers (both preamps in the console and power amps in the speakers) An output transducer (speakers or headphones)
Do I need my own PA system?
They need a public address system, or “PA system” for short. Many venues, including auditoriums, ballrooms, and even some bars and restaurants, may already have their own in-house PA system, but if you do many live public performances, eventually you’ll need a system of your own.
Can I put a PA system on my car?
Buying or installing a car PA system is not illegal. Using it, however, may be against the law. In most cases, there’re traffic laws and laws about noise pollution that prohibit the use of PA systems and car speaker systems that emit objectionable and unreasonable noise.
What does the hinge do on an EAW?
The EAW front ring controls the overall height of the scope over the action and has a built in “hinge”. This “hinge” allows the scope to be leveled. The rear ring assembly is made up of a ring and an elevation block with built in windage adjustment.
How does an EAW adaptive sound system work?
EAW Adaptive Systems map the room. They intelligently build a picture of the space. Then they adjust their three dimensional performance to the venue’s precise requirements. Hardware and advanced sound software technology working in harmony to deliver tomorrow’s autonomous loudspeaker systems.
What is the EAW loudspeaker software application for?
Behind every EAW loudspeaker system is an advanced software application. Empowering you to map, audition, monitor and dynamically refine your sound. The tools to create truly great sound performances.
Is there windage adjustment on a Redfield Mount?
The “Redfield” style mount does have Windage adjustment however, the only way to correct a misalignment in elevation would be to “shim” the bases or re-machine a base to correct the uneven bridge height difference. This is where that “hinged” EAW front ring design comes into play…. now back to the story…