Wobble no more!

K, KW, and KLA Series loudspeakers

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Thu Aug 28, 2014 4:46 pm

  • If you mount your loudspeakers atop poles or stands, you're probably familiar with this issue.

    There are some common loudspeaker pole diameters, but no one industry-wide standard. Loudspeaker manufacturers—QSC included—are left to decide how large their pole cups should be; obviously, they want it large enough to fit any pole or stand that's likely to be used with their loudspeakers, but really not any larger. After all, it doesn't take even a millimeter's mismatch between pole and cup to make the loudspeaker seem loose, wobbly, and maybe even tilted as it sits there.

    An unforeseen capability of the Tilt-Direct pole cups used on K and KW Series loudspeakers is that they can be made snug to just about any pole diameter, eliminating wobble and slightly crooked stance. Here's what to do:

    Set the loudspeaker on the pole, as usual.
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    If you're using the 7.5 degree tilt feature, set the dial to 7.5 instead of 0 before you place the loudspeaker on the pole.

    Hold the loudspeaker in place in the direction you want it. Then turn the Tilt-Direct dial until it's snug against the pole.
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    Try it in the other direction, too. Depending on the pole and the position, it might just happen to grip better one way than the other.
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