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    Quote Originally Posted by DTR View Post
    I hope Bill re-registers, I liked that guy.
    Djteknovibe is also a bit slow in re-joining..
    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Rees
    Don't worry about it. Set them up, turn them on, listen to them, adjust if needed. No matter what you do, they're still going to sound like Eons

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    Quote Originally Posted by windspeed36 View Post
    Djteknovibe is also a bit slow in re-joining..
    I don't think he had any BFM speakers.
    If I had to play only for people who liked the music because they heard it on the radio, it wouldn't make me happy. -- David Guetta

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    I built some TLAH 'look-alikes' just after DJF went down. I gigged 'em in December, and they sounded better than the venue's installed sound.

    Specs:
    8x 5" Sony poly-propylene cone 4-ohm woofer, 10WRMS/20W Max, 85.3db/1W@1M,
    8x KSN-1016 piezo tweeter.
    12" wide, 12" deep, 60" tall
    5/8" CDX outdoor grade plywood with PL-Prem. Polyurethane glued and 1.5" ring-shank nailed joints
    Weight: 35Lbs
    Ground stack splayable, and Flyable.


    With these for subs:


    And these for amplification:


    The idea came from these 1983 vintage LAs my dad built...

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    starting my build tomorrow for the otop 12s, but i still havent decided on a sub yet. Are the tuba 30s really better for djing, or should i go for the t48?

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    If memory serves me properly, it was said on the old DJF that the following applied to T30 vs T48...

    The Titan 48 was 'voiced' more for live band music, than DJing, and sacrifices lower-end for more power; more 'Kick' in the 70-100Hz region. The Tuba-30 goes deeper and really shines in groups of 4 or more stacked and vee'd together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Incognito View Post
    I don't think he had any BFM speakers.
    I was meaning along with BFM missing, Tek and a few others i remember are missing..
    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Rees
    Don't worry about it. Set them up, turn them on, listen to them, adjust if needed. No matter what you do, they're still going to sound like Eons

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    Friday I put on my first coat of duratex onto my auto tuba. Then I crashed really hard snowboarding and my shoulder is in incredible amounts of pain so I cant move it to put paint on.. Ill post pictures soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by windspeed36 View Post
    I was meaning along with BFM missing, Tek and a few others i remember are missing..
    Ahhh, ok I got you. I was thrown off since this is the BFM thread & we where talking about BFM designs plus inviting back Bill.
    If I had to play only for people who liked the music because they heard it on the radio, it wouldn't make me happy. -- David Guetta

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    Quote Originally Posted by djscrizzle View Post
    With these for subs:

    Those aren't subs. These are subs:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJMC View Post





    (LOL -- this is j/k --- I know how much Bill Fitzmaurice hates BOSE)
    Not at all. I think the L1 Compact is a perfectly adequate $695 system, and the L1 Model 1 is a perfectly good $1295 system. Now buying them at the price they're actually worth is a different story.

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