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  1. That's a good looking bass 🎸
  2. I can’t wait to feel the sub on the 11’s 👍
  3. This thread has cost me a lot of money EBS ! On the flip side I have learnt so much about stage / live sound and hearing preservation My bands singer ( full time singer / singing teacher) smiles at me every gig after I introduced her and the band to IEM’s Due to IEM’s we play better and have a sensible stage volume and even the guitarist loves them For years I have used ACS moulded plugs to protect my ears but always struggled to hear the guitar amp when I didn’t have a wedge, I read this thread and bought some KZ 10’s pro’s and instantly saw the light , I am wetting my pants several times daily in anticipation for my customs
  4. I’m getting ear moulds taken this week and can’t wait for my UE11’s to arrive Absolute Bargain !
  5. Hi Gotta Our drummer has acoustic kit with kick miked, As I have the KZ10’s I get bleed and the vox mice pick up the drums I will need to use an overhead on the kit when my customs arrive,
  6. Hi Stevie We are a 4 piece and set up our selves , we get the monitor mix sorted then our singer walks out front ( as she has a radio pack )to give us feedback on FOH mix. The rest of us are wired to the Aux out of the desk via behringer p2’s We can hear each instrument clearly no matter what shape stage / room we are in. I'm thinking about buying a sub then we won’t need a backine Try it and you will love it !
  7. I managed to convince the band to use IEM’s and everyone loves them, we play in small pubs and it has lowered our stage volume and we can all hear each other . We use KZ10 pros at £27 each and I have recently ordered some customs from my experience
  8. Is anyone using a IEM Wireless sender / receiver that is cheaper than Sennheiser and Shure with good results, My singer would like to go IEM Wireless and we play in Pubs and Small Function Rooms Thanks
  9. Is the housing much larger than the ZS 10 pro’s ?
  10. Hi, I am looking at taking an Aux send from our main PA Mixer ( guitars, keys vox ) and sending it to my personal mixer which will supply my IEM's The personal mixer will a bass signal and also my mic signal so I can have some extra "me" in the IEM's if needed Is there a way I can use a Limiter to stop any spikes going to the headphone out on a mixer like this ? https://www.thomann.de/gb/behringer_xenyx_1202.htm I hope that makes sense Thanks
  11. My KZ ZS10 Pro's arrived today from the seller "fairlylighting", 7 days free delivery and by royal mail , no import duty which is good news (I had to pay import when I ordered from the states ) I only paid £27 and am very happy with the results, the isolation is close to my custom ACS with 28db filters in. I can now envision how good custom moulds would be
  12. Hi Guy's, I have convinced my singer to go IEM and she has a radio mic, is there anything she needs to look out for when buying a IEM wireless transmitter / belt pack ? I assume most wireless transmitters have a frequency selector Thanks
  13. I'm selling my PJB Session 77 Used once to play in my front room with a keyboardist and singer, plenty loud enough , portable and a very high quality sound ( handles the low B too ) I bought a double 4 and the Session 77 at the same time and as I have limited space the double 4 sits on my desk and the session 77 sits in the cupboard un-used Same as the one in the link https://www.gak.co.uk/en/pjb-phil-jones-bass-session-77/915690
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