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New speaker website: Bob

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Stephen Dodds, Feb 19, 2003.

  1. Stephen Dodds

    Stephen Dodds Second Unit

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    I've just given birth to new speakers and have lit up a new website to celebrate.

    Feel free to check it out.

    Steve
     
  2. Jack Gilvey

    Jack Gilvey Producer

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    Hah, I love it! Great speakers and a very entertaining write-up. [​IMG] Real men go dipole.
     
  3. Aaron_Smith

    Aaron_Smith Stunt Coordinator

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    Awesome website! (do the kids still say "awesome" these days I wonder?) Anyways, I long for the Orion speakers, or perhaps Bob. Maybe someday, if good financial fortune is mine, I will muster the resources to give it a try.
    Well done!
     
  4. cayce B

    cayce B Auditioning

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    Uh, Steve? The thing about the hacker page was jus...OMG!!! What's happening to my comp
     
  5. Stephen Dodds

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    Sorry Cayce, your computer is toast.

    Actually, that is the front page for a private section when I work out how to do it properly. No harm will come... yet.

    Steve
     
  6. cayce B

    cayce B Auditioning

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    By the way, your page was definitely fun and interesting reading. Thanks for the link. I guess the scare is what I get for rummaging through your "stuff" (yep, you got me[​IMG] ).
     
  7. Ted Kim

    Ted Kim Stunt Coordinator

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    Very, very nice project. I don't know too many people who would characterize Focal drivers as "cheap" [​IMG]

    I'm wondering if there is any reasonably priced competitor to the dBx driverrack that accepts digital inputs. It seems the dBX is selling for about $450.
     
  8. Stephen Dodds

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    Yep, the new Behringer DCX2496 accepts digital and can be had from www.zzounds.com for a mere $350.

    Steve
     
  9. Ted Kim

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    I presume the dBx driverrack allows you to set the various of attenuation for each range of the crossover -- sort of like a digital L-pad but much more flexible. Is that correct?
     
  10. Stephen Dodds

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    Yep, you can set attentuation, EQ, delay, slopes and crossover points for up to six outputs. Plus it does Auto Room-EQ.

    Steve
     

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