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Det var så lidt. Held og lykke med jers projekt :)


Hej Mikkel hvor befinder du, dig ?


Hej Father Francis. Jeg bor i Sheffield, England. Smuk by med dejlig mennesker. Hvorfor spørger du?
Det super måske kigger jeg forbi til summer , hvis du var her hjem vi kun måske få en kup kaffe eller brandvin🥃🍸🍻☕️


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Francis, i have been thinking about it, but will 21" singles be able to be used on theyre own, with a 15"+1,5" cab ontop for smaller gigs?
If i am going to build 21" singles, they will be made to replace some Dual 18 BR beyma 18g400 loaded, and some old DIY BR with a single beyma 18g550.

If im going the dual 18 BR-way, its only the old dual 18, that will get laid off 😄
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Francis, i have been thinking about it, but will 21" singles be able to be used on theyre own, with a 15"+1,5" cab ontop for smaller gigs?
If i am going to build 21" singles, they will be made to replace some Dual 18 BR beyma 18g400 loaded, and some old DIY BR with a single beyma 18g550.

If im going the dual 18 BR-way, its only the old dual 18, that will get laid off 😄
Yes i don’t see why They won’t.the thing is br can go low and high at the same time if you’re doing a small party you could just run them from 35-150 which most of them can do , or to 140 if you are running like mt12
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mikkel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 January 2019 at 3:49pm
Originally posted by Father-Francis Father-Francis wrote:

Originally posted by Mikkel Mikkel wrote:

Originally posted by Father-Francis Father-Francis wrote:

Originally posted by Mikkel Mikkel wrote:

Det var så lidt. Held og lykke med jers projekt :)


Hej Mikkel hvor befinder du, dig ?


Hej Father Francis. Jeg bor i Sheffield, England. Smuk by med dejlig mennesker. Hvorfor spørger du?
Det super måske kigger jeg forbi til summer , hvis du var her hjem vi kun måske få en kup kaffe eller brandvin🥃🍸🍻☕️


Jamen det må du meget gerne! Det er altid godt at snakke med et fellow speaker nørd :) . Jeg PM'er mit mail addresse til dig.

P.S. Sorry about the hijack FOO.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Father-Francis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 January 2019 at 3:54pm
Originally posted by Mikkel Mikkel wrote:

Originally posted by Father-Francis Father-Francis wrote:

Originally posted by Mikkel Mikkel wrote:

Originally posted by Father-Francis Father-Francis wrote:

Originally posted by Mikkel Mikkel wrote:

Det var så lidt. Held og lykke med jers projekt :)


Hej Mikkel hvor befinder du, dig ?


Hej Father Francis. Jeg bor i Sheffield, England. Smuk by med dejlig mennesker. Hvorfor spørger du?
Det super måske kigger jeg forbi til summer , hvis du var her hjem vi kun måske få en kup kaffe eller brandvin🥃🍸🍻☕️


Jamen det må du meget gerne! Det er altid godt at snakke med et fellow speaker nørd :) . Jeg PM'er mit mail addresse til dig.

P.S. Sorry about the hijack FOO.
Tak jeg ved Foo har Ikke nogen problem med det , 
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Mikkel, det gør ikke det mindste :)

Francis.. I will look into that a bit more then..
B&C and 18sound got some really nasty drivers!

I have also been looking at 18 inch mini scoops. but dont know how they will fit the bill. Havent heard scoops before :O
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Mini scoops are not bad right scoop with The right driver , is killer , i prefer full scoops if am to use any , I got one some where will just look thru my laptop and pm you the drawing , maybe I have Mykeys animals series too on my pc , it hasn’t been on for three years now ,
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