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 21 
 on: June 21, 2019, 04:11:39 pm 
Started by Mike Sinclair - Last post by Mike Sinclair
Accepting reasonable offers.

 22 
 on: June 18, 2019, 09:56:44 pm 
Started by Mike Sinclair - Last post by Jammin' Adam
They make USB Bluetooth Transmitters, I have one on my PC and Laptop, works pretty good. If the Bluetooth speaker(s)
are powered on and have been previously paired to the transmitter the transmitter software will auto connect to the speaker upon bootup. My Klipsch KMC1 Bluetooth Speaker is playing OtsAV DJ tunes as I type this post, not skipping a beat.

 23 
 on: June 18, 2019, 11:00:22 am 
Started by Mike Sinclair - Last post by Mike Sinclair
Thanks for the replies! I would only be using bluetooth for music for Ceremonies. I'd also have the laptop as a backup for Receptions, but I'd plug it in to a mixer for that. I've had good luck with bluetooth for music in general, but I'd been using a smart phone and it's kind of cumbersome to try to fade out a song on the little screen. A laptop with OTS will allow me to fade out much better. Smiley

 24 
 on: June 17, 2019, 03:36:19 pm 
Started by Mike Sinclair - Last post by clover-leaf-productions
If there was / is a delay with a mic input with the bluetooth plan, you would not have to worry about feedback.

 25 
 on: June 16, 2019, 06:45:39 pm 
Started by Mike Sinclair - Last post by socialdancer
The only reservation I would have would be the potential code/decode delay involved in BT.
Not a problem while playing music but could make it difficult to use a live mike.

When I looked at BT a few years ago there was a significant delay between the words leaving my mouth and reaching the speakers and back to my ears.  It played tricks with my mind making me slur my speech.   wacko

Technology must have improved since then and I have not tried it recently but it may be something to think about.

 26 
 on: June 16, 2019, 05:09:09 pm 
Started by Mike Sinclair - Last post by milky
I use it every day I'm in the car and it works perfectly. Simply pair the laptop with the speaker/tuner and it appears as an output device in Ots. Select that and it all works without a hitch.

 27 
 on: June 16, 2019, 04:56:29 am 
Started by Mike Sinclair - Last post by Mike Sinclair
I'm thinking about buying a Windows machine with the intent of using OTS as a backup and also to use for running music for Ceremonies (due to the excellent fade feature). I use a bluetooth speaker and I'm wondering if anyone has used OTS via bluetooth and if it's pretty straight-forward... or are there issues with this concept?

 28 
 on: May 30, 2019, 03:57:04 am 
Started by milky - Last post by milky
That is a beautiful thing! I would love to hear that in full flight.

Incidentally, the bass amp in the picture was built around a Hammond organ, hand drawn circuit I stumbled across in an ancient book on tube circuit design. It took me a long time to source the two monster transformers that form the heart of the beast, but worth the search as the sound and stability of that amp is amazing.

 29 
 on: May 29, 2019, 11:11:50 pm 
Started by socialdancer - Last post by Jigger
I Agree Ed even though Ots said in the last sale announcement about future upgrades, I may be wrong but they have said that with previous sales. We will or will not see.

 30 
 on: May 29, 2019, 07:47:37 pm 
Started by milky - Last post by clover-leaf-productions
Well Doctor, that is all me playing that massive pipe organthat you see in my avatar photo next to this message.  The thing that is really amazing is that picture is now 20 years old!  I've lost the dark hair.  Heck I've lost the hair! Smiley  I do still love to play that big pipe organ at the church.  With my declining health issues, alas I only get to play it for fun these days on selected rare ocassions.  Fortunately as of last Fall I managed to get this little 852 pound foundling that lives in the music room here at the house to actually work again.

For those who are still reading, and are interested, it is a 1982 Rodgers Specification 990.  It was the height, and conclussion of Rodgers analog consoles.  Much of the voicing in this monster was the same technology as that in Virgil Fox's touring Rodgers Black Beauty.

So I have no massive pipes in the house, but the sound being routed through my Yamaha mixers with the proper amount of affects dialed in does produce a relatively pleasing sound.


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