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  • Anyone ever think of mounting a Hiwatt or Marshall head up in the dash of your car

    ..... and running a radio antenna to it and hope it works !!? ?














  • #2
    No, but I trailer this around and have a wireless setup

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    • #3
      No.
      But I once wired up a pair of PA columns to my car stereo

      Took up the whole back seat.
      my gear
      some crap
      some spare crap in case my regular crap breaks
      HCGB Trooper #252 On permanant KP

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      • #4
        No.
        But I once wired up a pair of PA columns to my car stereo

        Took up the whole back seat.
        Back in my 8-track days I had some wooden bookshelf speakers that I laid in the back seat. I put them on the roof of the car when we used to go picnicing or to the park.
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        That's what's so great about the Internet:
        It enables pompous blowhards like myself,
        to connect with other pompous blowhards
        in a vast circle jerk of pomposity.

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        • #5
          Back in my 8-track days I had some wooden bookshelf speakers that I laid in the back seat. I put them on the roof of the car when we used to go picnicing or to the park.




          I need pics





          I love those guys who had the raw 6x9s laying there in the back window

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          • #6
            I need pics





            I love those guys who had the raw 6x9s laying there in the back window

            Pics

            It was '69 and '70. Never thought to take any

            Good old days - for power I shoved the hot into one of the fuses near the emergency foot brake and ground somewhere in the back of the dash - '68 Goat
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            to connect with other pompous blowhards
            in a vast circle jerk of pomposity.

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            • #7
              When Star Wars first came out, we went to see it at the drive in. Wen tin my buddy's 1949 GMC 4wd panel truck. We 'tapped' the old speaker box (remember those POS metal boxes that hung on the window?) leads and hooked a 1/4" jacked speaker cable to it. Rigged a 200W PA amp to run on 12VDC, and ran that into my Marshall slant cab in the back of the truck...SENSURROUND on a budget!
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              • #8
                When Star Wars first came out, we went to see it at the drive in. Wen tin my buddy's 1949 GMC 4wd panel truck. We 'tapped' the old speaker box (remember those POS metal boxes that hung on the window?) leads and hooked a 1/4" jacked speaker cable to it. Rigged a 200W PA amp to run on 12VDC, and ran that into my Marshall slant cab in the back of the truck...SENSURROUND on a budget!
                What a geek
                GB #270 in perpetuity

                That's what's so great about the Internet:
                It enables pompous blowhards like myself,
                to connect with other pompous blowhards
                in a vast circle jerk of pomposity.

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                • #9
                  When Star Wars first came out, we went to see it at the drive in. Wen tin my buddy's 1949 GMC 4wd panel truck. We 'tapped' the old speaker box (remember those POS metal boxes that hung on the window?) leads and hooked a 1/4" jacked speaker cable to it. Rigged a 200W PA amp to run on 12VDC, and ran that into my Marshall slant cab in the back of the truck...SENSURROUND on a budget!


                  YOU !!!


                  I remember that !!!!




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