Absolutely. I've sent you a private message to make that happen.
Are you referring to the delay that would be noticeable as sounds travels different distances from different sources? If that's the case, you will have no issue as they are presumably within feet of each other. You'd only need to calculate for a delay if they were meters apart and typically if they were hitting the audience in front of them from different vertical distances. In your case you're just spanning horizontally out a few feet on each side of the stereo field. Should be no issues at all! Hope this helps.
All AMX/SVSi training is free and as with any technology, especially new to you technology training is always recommended. With the SVSi hardware there is not a one size fits all solution; the Design training will educate you on how to make the correct product selection for your application.
Hmm - I was going to throw out an RTFM in response but seems like the Status Packet info is not in the current published REV F API guide on the website....
From REV E
Status Packet Fields: [status]IP address; Communication; dvioff;scaler;source state; mode; audio state; stream#; stream#; playlist; colorspace;hdmiaudio;resolution;[/status]
Status Packet Fields:[status]IP address; communication;dvioff;scaler;display state;mode;audio state;video
Status Packet Fields: [status]IPAddress,Communications,TxStream, RxStream, TX Disabled, RXMute, LineoutVol_l,LineoutVol_R,HeadphoneVol_L,HeadphoneVol_R,relay1State,relay2State,
PhantomPower, inputLvlLeft,inputLvlRight, againl,againr[/status]
Status Packet Fields:[status]IP address; EncodeStream#;Output Resolution;Input Audio Stream;Audio State;Win 1 V Source;Win 2 V Source;Win 3 V Source;Win 4 V Source;communication;[/status]
Resource 1 - Within Netlinx Studio - MENU>HELP>NETLINX KEYWORDS HELP > DEFINE_FUNCTION
Resource 2 - Online P1 Video Series (CP131) - Lesson 12 - Functions - https://training.harmanpro.com/#/courses/course/e7f4d34e-74ed-4638-8a2b-78e354f76e91
Hi DJG. The answer is no, RP255 does not have this option. On my RP365 I made external drums pedal, but it seems this is not possible on 255. Have a look https://proforums.harman.com/digitech/discussion/125410/digitech-rp365-external-drums-pedal
I feel silly asking this... but am I searching wrong?
I cant get any search to return results in the top search bar
Based on specs, if you go with the PRX815 you will have the same app to control both speakers, giving you better overall control of them.
EON615 specs Freq response 50-20, peak watts 1000, Max SPL 127, weight 39 lbs.
PRX815 specs Freq response 58-17, peak watts 1500, Max SPL 137, weight 46 lbs. DBX limiter built in.
PRX will give you more power and Db if you are pushing your EONs to keep up. You will also use the same speaker management tool for your sub and tops. The extra power and Db will also be better for the outside parties but that trade off would depend on how often you are outside where more is better. You can always turn down but when you hit max volume and clipping amps you can't turn up anymore.
I just purchased 2 PRX835 and 2 PRX818 and they really perform well. I run sound for a few bands with the same drummer. 5 piece rock, 4 piece southern rock, and a 3 piece acoustic. The 835 are three way drivers but a biamped cabinet so the mids are much more clear then with a 2 way. Great for vocal clarity.
I just purchased one of these wireless travel routers. I have it plugged into the back of my power supply so I can have my own private wifi network between my Ipad and my speakers everywhere I go.