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3DME Custom Tour IEM System
DescriptionLimited time offer - $150 instant rebate applied at checkout. Order now! ends 3/31/22.
Technology: custom-fit Active Ambient IN-EARS with bodypack mixer and unique app-dRIVEN CUSTOM EQ & LIMITER.
Drivers: dual driver, balanced armature with embedded binaural mems ambience mics
System includes: Custom Tour IEMs, rechargeable bodypack mixer, spare univeRsal-fit ambient IEMs, & the ASI Audio app for setup & control via Bluetooth connection to ios & android devi
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Discussed in Custom Fit IEM Feedback Thread in the TalkBass community
So - can I "assume" - you bought the Sens 3DME system being fed from the Aviom's? I'm very familiar with those :) - the Avioms that is. Did/do you use the newer 360 or the older A16 model? 88 dB is a little loud (IMHO) for an IEM feed. The idea is to keep the volume as low as possible. turning it up might be part of your ... ... more
Yes, I got the Sens 3DME system and used Aviom A16's. You may be right. Maybe I did have it running too loud (or maybe I was not quite 88 decibels. I'm just not sure... may have been 85. Probably too loud nonetheless I guess). Maybe you're right... maybe that's too loud. Sounds like your ears are in better shape than mine. ... ... more
Before doing anything else I'd pan things in your mix and double check that everything is gain staged properly. Clipping distortion may not be noticeable imediately but could be whats causing your issues. Having things panned in the mix will allow better instrument separation and clarity running everything dead center will ... ... more