|Input||(3) analog line inputs/(2) AES digital inputs (shared connectors), (1) RTA mic input|
|Input Connectors||(3) female XLRs (2 selectable between analog/AES digital audio formats), (1) female XLR RTA mic input|
|Input Type||Electronically balanced/RF filtered|
|Input Impedance||> 30 kΩ, balanced line to line|
|Max Input Level (line inputs)||> +28 dBu, balanced, ≤1% THD|
|CMRR||> 50 dB @ 1 kHz|
|RTA Mic Preamp Phantom Power||+48 VDC|
|Output||(6) Line Outputs|
|Output Connectors||Male XLR|
|Output Type||Electronically balanced, RF filtered|
|Output Impedance||120 Ω, balanced line to line|
|Max Output Level||+22 dBu, balanced, ≤1% THD|
|Alignment Delay||Up to 1000 ms per output channel|
|A/D Converter||24-bit with dbx Type IV™ Conversion System|
|A/D Dynamic Range||117 dB A-weighted, 114 dB unweighted, 22 kHz BW|
|Type IV Dynamic Range||129 dB with transient material, A-weighted, 22 kHz BW; 126 dB with transient material, unweighted, 22 kHz BW; 121 dB typical with program material, A-weighted, 22 kHz BW|
|D/A Dynamic Range||116 dB A-weighted, 113 dB unweighted, 22 kHz BW|
|Internal Processing Wordlength||32-bit floating point|
|Supported Sample Rates||48/96 kHz (32-192 kHz using sample rate conversion)|
|System Performance Dynamic Range||114 dB A-weighted; 110 dB unweighted|
|THD+Noise||0.0025% typical at +4 dBu, 1 kHz, 0 dB input gain|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz – 20 kHz, +0 /- 0.5 dB|
|Interchannel Crosstalk||< -97 dB, -105 dB typical 20-20 kHz, +4 dBu, all channels measured|
|Latency||Analog input to output: 2.57 ms (48 kHz), 2.28 ms (96 kHz); Digital AES input to output: 2.31 (48 kHz), 2.15 ms (96 kHz)|
|Operating Voltage||100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||18 W|
|Unit Weight||5.48 lbs. (2.49 kg)|
|Shipping Weight||7.10 lbs. (3.22 kg)|
|Dimensions||1.75” (H) x 8.0” (D) x 19” (W), 4.4cm (H) x 20.32cm (D) x 48.26cm (W)|
Killer set up with the 1505s!I went through the same thing. I had an MCS system that we bought when we first were married in 79. These came up for sale at a local garage sale for pennies and replaced the MCS.
Voice of the theater with 515 woofers, 1505 horns with 2 288 CDs on each horn, and a Beyma tweeter between the cab and horn.
Ruined my life for ever.
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I forgot how I set it up. It's been awhile. I started chasing high quality and all along it was right in front of me.Killer set up with the 1505s!
Are you using 8 ohm crossovers since you have 2) 288 per?
I'm looking for 16ohm super tweeters but assume your beymas are 8