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  • #16
    If your line arrays can be had for under $ 1500.00, I'll take a dozen.
    Thanks,
    Bill Cronheim
    Entertainment Systems Corporation
    Back stage since 1965
    Equipment specialist since 1973

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    • #17
      MSRP $699.

      Clickie
      C++ for dummies:
      do.this()
      do.that()
      on.error(
      blame.microsoft())

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      • #18
        Originally posted by BillESC
        If your line arrays can be had for under $ 1500.00, I'll take a dozen.


        It's a single cabinet line array of 2" drivers. . It's not a vertec rig!

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        • #19
          Next time I'll click on the link before making a rash statement.

          Kind of looks like the Bose Pas system that's bent.
          Thanks,
          Bill Cronheim
          Entertainment Systems Corporation
          Back stage since 1965
          Equipment specialist since 1973

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          • #20
            Originally posted by BillESC
            Next time I'll click on the link before making a rash statement.

            Kind of looks like the Bose Pas system that's bent.


            I'm guessing my price quote made you soil yourself?

            Our church uses the boes system, a suprisingly nice sound for it's size.
            C++ for dummies:
            do.this()
            do.that()
            on.error(
            blame.microsoft())

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            • #21
              Originally posted by ctardi


              Our church uses the boes system, a suprisingly nice sound for it's size.


              The PAS? I hate that thing.

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              • #22
                Gets the job done.
                C++ for dummies:
                do.this()
                do.that()
                on.error(
                blame.microsoft())

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by dboomer
                  The community R-5's are MUCH better than the Atlas but way more expensive. A lot of your decision should be based on how you are aiming your projection and how far spread out the audience is.

                  Any chance the speakers could be mounted on the Press Box and not left out in the weather. If you don't have to deal with weather-proof speakers your choices open up a lot. You could even consider our little Line Array model. The cool thing about line arrays is that you can get the volume up at a distance without over-powering listeners that are sitting nearby.

                  SE-LA


                  Nice little array!

                  Only 93db/2.83v sounds conservative for 16 two inchers. Those four running -6db on bottom must bring this figure down.

                  I could have used dozens of these in installs I've done in the past.

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