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Originally posted by nickyburnell nickyburnell wrote:

He's in Hungary Ray. Any V1000s there?




This Scoop will work well, with many more drivers, than SuperScooper18.

http://forum.speakerplans.com/fane-scaled-up_topic74640.html


Oberton's are Bulgarian, "I think" ?

Oberton 1600 will work in above Scoop.

But above Scoop needs more bracing.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dutchman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 March 2017 at 9:03pm
Just skip the PD1850 or Void V1000. Ok, they are good drivers, but cost 500€ , weigh 30 kilo and have 1kw RMS rating.. It's outdated overpriced tech. There are way better solutions , and especially in that price range! The b&c will be a good driver. Maybe look at faital Prro 18XL1800 if you are willing to spend 500€ for a driver. PD1850 vs new neo dymium drivers is a bit like crown ma5000 vs Powersoft K20.........
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote patryk1305 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 March 2017 at 9:17pm
Originally posted by Dutchman Dutchman wrote:

Just skip the PD1850 or Void V1000. Ok, they are good drivers, but cost 500€ , weigh 30 kilo and have 1kw RMS rating.. It's outdated overpriced tech. There are way better solutions , and especially in that price range! The b&c will be a good driver. Maybe look at faital Prro 18XL1800 if you are willing to spend 500€ for a driver. PD1850 vs new neo dymium drivers is a bit like crown ma5000 vs Powersoft K20.........

I think you got the pricing a bit wrong there. I would say that Void V1000 is on of the best in it's price range (That's if you can get your hands on one). Outdated tech? Don't think so... 
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Yes brace the hell out of it,

i build them with 25mm x 4 bracing within thr horn path, 2 from rear baffle to up anglepanel, and 2x 25mm from up angled panel to rear of box

great allrounder this scoop, i like it tbh
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Now my problem is that the shipping cost is more than a 100€ for any of the speakers mentioned above (for the ones that are 20kg like the void and oberton).
The Faital Pro 18XL1800 is not that heavy but it costs more. So really doesnt matter which one i chose because with shipping fee im going to be around 500€.

So my plan was that i get everything from thomann and if im above 400€ they pay for the delivery, im getting the proline 3000 from them which is also 40kg and would be again a ton of money to ship it from the UK to Hungary.

So im wondering if you can find a good driver for the scoops that are mantioned above or for the superscooper,   that thomann sells.

Thomann has some PD-s and a lot of others maybe there is a good driver ?! around 350-400€? Or maybe I have to go higher in price? :(

Btw thats why i was thinking of the B&C 18SW100 because thomann sells it and its also under 400 €


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My comments on the inuke 6000dsp. I've had one now for just over 3 years and untill recently was very happy with it. Just before the 3 year warranty had expired the amp started to play up (fans stopping, music cutting out briefly with red lights then back on again. I sent the amp back using Thomann return.
After a "service", which detailed parts replaced and general testing written in German, I had the amp returned (to the wrong address, but that's a different story).
Last night I played out for the first time with the "serviced" amp. After about two hours the amp cut out very briefly, did it a couple more times before the red rings of comma state settled on it's ugly face, about 30 mins before the end of the show.
I have written to Thomann service people and await a reply. Where do I stand? It seems as if they
have done nothing to "fix" the amp despite the service report. It is now of course out of warranty.
If I was that cynical I could think that they had not really made an effort to repair the amp knowing that
it would soon be out of warranty anyway. A big multi-national company like music group wouldn't behave like that would they?Shocked
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote nickyburnell Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 December 2017 at 9:36am
I personally recon if you are going to use these:

Have a spare (that goes for any amp)
Keep it 3 years and sell it for 50% of cost at least it seems
Buy new
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cravings Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 December 2017 at 10:15am
how do you use it, out of curiosity? what loads and speakers etc?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote eyeT Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 December 2017 at 4:19am
Yeah I guess I got my three years from an amp that cost me quite a bit less than they cost now. I would still look to repair it if possible.
It was mostly running a 4r load as bass in a four way system, never really made to sweat though. On Saturday it was running a pair of  8" tops at 8r well below battle volume in a small open air bar. It got used as the amp for single amp events also, because of the weight and built in dsp. I really quite liked it while it was working.
If anybody knows of any common problems to check, my electrical knowledge is pretty limited but I could have a look under the bonnet. Or is it just a not very heavy door stop now?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote eyeT Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 December 2017 at 5:30am
Just plugged it in the wall and it's on again (no load). I'll leave it for the day and see what happens.
"Un-Reliability Hi-Fi Playing Soon!...... maybe"Confused

Any ideas on trouble shooting welcome, though I don't think I'll be relying on this one again.
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Bad solderings maybe (typical for RoHS, not quite long lasting), or bad capacitors.  
I have some Thomann T-amps, all of them required some resoldering work.  I also have few old QSC "iron" amps, those are lasting forever. 

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Well it staid on all day. I'll find out how to check the caps (am I just looking for leaks and bloating?) and have a look over the soldering. Thanks for the KnowledgeThumbs Up
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