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  • Ideas for getting my 722

    Anybody have any good ideas on what I could use to get my SRX 722

  • #2
    Build some dummy cabs or spacer boxes? I've seen some that were even collapsible for transport .

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    • #3
      Get some wooden shipping pallets and put your subs on that. Give you another five or six inches off of the ground.

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      • #4
        find a carpenter and explain what you need done. be sure and tell him whatever he builds needs to be black and it will get banged up, that way he wont try and make some fancy edged hardwood and varnish it.

        what i would do is make a stand out of 3/4" birch or pine and then coat it with duplicolor bed liner. it will match the srx finish or be so close you wont notice it. the result will look factory.
        band status - "its complicated"

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        • #5
          Do you still have the 418's? you could use them as the "dummy" box to sit between the 728 and 722.

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          • #6
            How much would you say you need to raise them?

            Are you running the 728s tall-wise?
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            • #7
              How much would you say you need to raise them?

              Are you running the 728s tall-wise?


              Yea,can you put the 728s on end?

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              • #8
                Do you still have the 418's? you could use them as the "dummy" box to sit between the 728 and 722.


                Yeah, I still have the MP418's. The only problem with that is I may not have quite enough room in my cargo van. I'll have to try and come up with a new way to pack the van. I could do that though. Good idea.

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                • #9
                  Yea,can you put the 728s on end?


                  Yes, I'll sit the 728's up vertical. The 722's will still be a bit too short though. It would be great to get 'em up another 10 inches...

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                  • #10
                    Do the 722's have a socket in the bottom?
                    Engineering Axiom 21: Whomever has the key should be qualified.

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                    • #11
                      It would be great to get 'em up another 10 inches...


                      Hmmm... puts on thinking cap.

                      I suppose a common half ton rated furniture dolly with the casters removed and some big old hard rubber feet put in their place would give you almost 5" of lift at bottom of a stack.



                      It would give you a nice carpeted surface your cabs on so they don't get all too scuffed up laying on end. I also suppose it'd give you something to loop a ratchet strap though when you stack all this stuff up.

                      Then I suppose you could replace the little stock feet at the bottom of the top boxes with some 1-1/2" tall ones. That might give you another inch or so of elevation.

                      So you'd be up about 6 - 7" without building anything at all. Maybe that would be enough?
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                      • #12
                        I use these for a multitude of purposes. Very sturdy and colapse down to almost nothing for transport.



                        Width range: 17" to 26" - 43.2 to 66cm
                        Depth range: 14" to 17.5" - 35.6 to 44.5cm
                        Height range: 24.25" to 32.5" 61.6 to 81.3 cm
                        Frame tubing size: 30mm
                        Weight Capacity: 300lb - 135 kg
                        Weight: 13lb - 5.9kg
                        Thanks,
                        Bill Cronheim
                        Entertainment Systems Corporation
                        Back stage since 1965
                        Equipment specialist since 1973

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                        • #13
                          Get some scaffolding.
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                          • #14
                            What about a rack sleeve on each side containing power amps and crossover to run the speakers that they are stacked with.

                            Should be good for 10 or so inches.

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