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Original Message 1/2             16-Jan-07  @  05:58 PM   -   Very interesting (and amusing!

paul

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Very interesting (and amusing!) site. Looking at old speaker plans reminds me that although the names and trends may change the basic principles don't. Think Live Aid at Wembley, everyone there heard the music didn't they?? We run 24 twin 18" horn loaded subs with PD drivers rolling off at 100hz, then we have bass and mid/hi units designed and built in the 80's to sit on top, the sound is crystal clear, but everywhere we go we have to 'turn it down'!!! Old systems never die... they just get re-painted!!!



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Message 2/2             16-Jan-07  @  08:33 PM     Edit: 16-Jan-07  |  08:35 PM   -   RE: Very interesting (and amusing!) site...

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24 twin 18"?? eeeek... thats enough for a massive rave! i hope all your gear is on wheels tho, or i wouldnt want to work at your gigs  

and... "Old systems never die... they just get re-painted!". thats such a great saying, i'll have to remember it sometimes



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