New AC/DC DVD Blew My AMP UP !

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  1. Dave Scarpa

    Dave Scarpa Producer

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    Well actually my 10 year Old Sony Prologic that was Running My Aura Bass Shakers. I smelled Electronics Burning during Rock and Roll Ain't Noise pollution and it was Gone By Hell's Bells

    But we were rocking.
     
  2. David Singleton

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    You know, there's just something right about that!!
    AC/DC Kicks Ass!
    [​IMG]
    Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution!
     
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    What's the name of this DVD? Is the audio track impressive?

    I read about an AC/DC DVD that had poor audio, I'm assuming this is'nt the one....?

    Sorry to hear about your gear.
     
  4. Artur Meinild

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    Yeah, Rock'n'Roll baby! [​IMG]
    Good excuse to buy a brand new amp!
     
  5. Dave Scarpa

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    Well if it was my main amp I might have a good reason, it was my old prologic for my Bass shakers so not so good of a reason. The DVD was the New "Stiff Upper Lip" concert. Filmed in anamorphic WS and having both DD and DTS 5.1
     
  6. SteveRS

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    This could be the right opportunity to get an SVS sub and get "Thunderstruck".
    There is a reason for everything that happens in the HT world[​IMG]
     
  7. Jeremy Hegna

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    Alright, alright....I'll buy it[​IMG]
    Been lookin' for a good reason to pick this one up, now I have one.
    Jeremy
     
  8. David Singleton

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    Dave, just how many wiseass posts of "Cool!" (like mine) did you figure you would get? [​IMG]
    Seriously, sorry about your receiver.
    David
     
  9. Dome Vongvises

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    Sounds like you've been......

    THUNDERSTRUCK!!!!!
     
  10. Eric Wickitt

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    "With a 'Flick of the Switch' you've BLOWN IT SKY HIGH" ! I'm off to research the track listing on that dvd to see if I need to own one too!
     
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    And now I've got to pick this up. I once tripped a dedicated 20-amp circuit breaker while playing Iggy Pop's Raw Power (remastered) CD. That's using a Crown Macro Reference at 760 watts a side through a pair of Legacy Audio's Focus speakers. That, buckos, is loud!
     

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