One of the most enduring mysteries among working musicians is the difference between Mic Cables and DMX cables. They look exactly the same. They both use three pin XLR connectors, mostly. A mic cable will send DMX signals and a DMX cable will send audio signals. But, are they truly interchangeable? They are not […]Read more "XLR versus DMX"
When using a power amplifier in your signal chain, you always want to make sure you are using that correctly. It can be easy to destroy your prized gear and or people’s hearing, if you don’t know what you are doing. Listed below are just a few things that can be “good practices” for making […]Read more "Top Six Ways to NOT use an Amplifier"
Description: DIY How to replace a speaker with spade connectors. Learn how to replace a woofer in a speaker cabinet. The cabinet show is the Seismic Audio SA-15T 2-way speaker cabinet, but the principles and techniques can be applied to other speakers and other brands. Click here to see our line speakers to replace […]Read more "Seismic Audio Tips and Tricks: How to Replace a Speaker"
Description: Quickly learn how to roll a cable from Seismic Audio. http://goo.gl/WQAAII Keep things organized and extend the life of your cables by rolling them using the over-under technique. This video will clearly explain a method of rolling cables that will keep them tangle-free. Use this method for mic cables, instrument cables, extension cords, air […]Read more "Seismic Tips and Tricks: How to Roll a Cable"