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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cravings Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 September 2016 at 8:45am
that's quite a collection of stuff alright. what are the big subs the 2 stacks in the foreground are sitting on?
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Red Bull sponsored "The Great Antipodean Reggae Soundsystem Carnival" in Sydney Australia yesterday on Sunday. 4 sounds system out doors from midday to 7, noise police got upset around 5:30 but a great day for all involved.

Earthshaker (Adelaide) - Stack 1 - 24" reflex



Earthshaker (Adelaide) - Stack 2 - Quad 18" reflex



Heartical (Melbourne) - Stack 1 - Next to Earthshaker quads



Heartical (Melbourne) - Stack 2



Inner West Reggae Disco Machine (Sydney) - only had the 1 stack



KBI Killer Bass Injection (Perth) - 2 stacks of this

Adrians Wall Sound System
Melbournes Rootical Warrior
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This is my sound sistem at the moment, 2 MTL-46 loaded with B&C neo drivers and 2 double 12 and a 2" CD. The 12" are PD121. Using the TSA 4-1300 for the tops and the Lab FP14K clone for the subs.Building 2 more subs at the moment and waiting for the Walmec Paint gun to arrive to try some Warnex on them.

Wish i had more pictures

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote imageoven Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 September 2016 at 9:12pm
Originally posted by Jimmer Jimmer wrote:

Hope that puts your mind at rest.



Didn't mean to sound critical (or annoying) - just interested in why people do things the way they do.

I'm sure it did sound really good - looks great.
Keep pushing on, things are gonna get better.
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Originally posted by Earplug Earplug wrote:

Originally posted by GorillaAudio GorillaAudio wrote:

 Same system set up slightly different at a Girl Guides Festival (Bit of an odd one for us). This was the first time i'd used this system outside with X-Series amps and some slightly new X Over settings. (I had used them before in the Tunnel above, but it still of course sounded like a tunnel regardless). It was also hooked up to the Console via AES. Had loads of Bands, singers, acoustic acts through it over the course of the weekend and even I was fairly gobsmacked at how well it performed, and how little effort it took to get it sounding amazing for live performance. (its admittedly been a pain at times in the past)  Those amps make one hell of a difference. Shame we got such strict noise limits. 



Those Girls Guides must have been pretty wild to need all those barriers!   LOL



Oh you'd be surprised!  LOL
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Originally posted by GorillaAudio GorillaAudio wrote:

 Same system set up slightly different at a Girl Guides Festival (Bit of an odd one for us). This was the first time i'd used this system outside with X-Series amps and some slightly new X Over settings. (I had used them before in the Tunnel above, but it still of course sounded like a tunnel regardless). It was also hooked up to the Console via AES. Had loads of Bands, singers, acoustic acts through it over the course of the weekend and even I was fairly gobsmacked at how well it performed, and how little effort it took to get it sounding amazing for live performance. (its admittedly been a pain at times in the past)  Those amps make one hell of a difference. Shame we got such strict noise limits. 



Those Girls Guides must have been pretty wild to need all those barriers!   LOL


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jimmer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 September 2016 at 2:41pm
Originally posted by imageoven imageoven wrote:

 
Unusual mod to the dimming pack bottom right there and the lighting stands in front of the stacks look a little exposed? Were there crowd barriers or was it not that kind of gig?

Yeah not that type of gig fella. Sure it wasn't ideal, but as you can see by the steep pitch of the marquee roof, I couldn't getc them any wider. Had to light the faces somehow! 

Also all my generic lighting is on 16a ceeform, so to save taking big dimmer racks and socca breakouts, a little 4 way dim pack with ceeform sockets is ideal for little setups like this.

Hope that puts your mind at rest...

Ps. It sounded really good...Wink


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8 x PD1852 Polar Bear Scoops
8 x ex-Iration Steppas mid tops
Loaded with RCF MB15H401, B&C 12NDL76, BMS 4554 & Beyma CP22

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Big up Sinai. Gutted I couldn't make it down for a listen in the end.
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Originally posted by Sinai Sound Sinai Sound wrote:

Managed to get out almost all of the sound the other week in Bristol

Another mid-top is in the warehouse, and another 4 scoops being built at the minute...




Wow!  Let's have some details?

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 Same system set up slightly different at a Girl Guides Festival (Bit of an odd one for us). This was the first time i'd used this system outside with X-Series amps and some slightly new X Over settings. (I had used them before in the Tunnel above, but it still of course sounded like a tunnel regardless). It was also hooked up to the Console via AES. Had loads of Bands, singers, acoustic acts through it over the course of the weekend and even I was fairly gobsmacked at how well it performed, and how little effort it took to get it sounding amazing for live performance. (its admittedly been a pain at times in the past)  Those amps make one hell of a difference. Shame we got such strict noise limits. 
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