05-02-2012 03:39 PM
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05-02-2012 05:01 PM
263 lbs actually: http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/STARINMANUALS/Bos
oh holy crap I'd love to get some of these. but. 400lbs ea? no.
05-02-2012 05:37 PM
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05-02-2012 09:33 PM
I still like the UPAs. Even at 70lbs a box, they are so compact, very easy for one person to throw up.
Aren't they massive boxes? I know they used to sell for quite a bit but they're very old. I'm guessing they're in a similar situation as the old Meyer stuff like the original UPAs, they don't go for much anymore because nobody wants to move them.
05-03-2012 03:56 PM
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05-04-2012 11:14 AM
Ok I dont know what those straps are rated at but those cabs hanging off of those nylon straps is making me nervous whilst im drinking my coffee
05-13-2012 09:52 AM
There were some folks who tried other drivers such as the newer DL-18B and EVX but (and this is going from foggy memory) there are clearance issues due to frame depth... it's not an easy or even possible changeout and there may have been a modified backet available in later incarnations. So IF a guy could get a pair of these for the right price that WORK and are FUNCTIONAL all a that guy would need to run these speakers would be two DBX 223's run in 3 way with 40 hz cut? and that guy had a Yamaha CP 2000, Crown XTI 4000 and a QSC 1450?
I've used them before, great box, lots of output, pretty good LF extension with processing, heavy as hell, big, deep, and originally used EVM-18B drivers which folks beat the shit out of so most are in pretty poor shape when used without proper protective processing and especially HPF. I have reco9ned many, many drivers used in this application. There were some folks who tried other drivers such as the newer DL-18B and EVX but (and this is going from foggy memory) there are clearance issues due to frame depth... it's not an easy or even possible changeout and there may have been a modified backet available in later incarnations. Buyer beware.
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