So we got asked to help support a youth football team in our area by a guy who approached us at a gig, and we agreed to play for free for the kids. When we arrived the 1st band was loading out and told us the PA situation was a cluster_.
Said they only actually played about 3 songs. The PA guy who is normally from a DJ company could not keep his power amps running as the system was a spaghetti bowl of lines and boxes coming from a decent looking trailer generator, but everything kept dying.
We waited while rappers performed ahead of us and helped troubleshoot the system. The PA guy ended up turning of the amps for the subs, to keep the breakers from tripping. Even the kiddies jump houses were running off this gen.
I decided to run the 1515/66 LDS by itself and not send a line to the iffy board. My drummers kick mike, the miked guitar cab and the harmonica amp went to the board. The LDS hung in on it's own without support. The performance is poor by other recordings we have as the monitors were not working for the singer etc but you can hear how strong (IMHO) the 1515/66 handles the outdoors. Dingwall Combustion/Streamliner 900/LDS 1515/66 with CBG fEARful crossover. The big PA speakers with the kick drum were serious i.e. too loud competition. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iduDE...feature=relmfu