Nick, Loud is a relative thing. You've got lot's of good suggestions for the OP. They are all of course, basically putting lipstick on a pig. But I am sure you know that. ....
you're absolutely right steve, and honestly I've never used these boxes. I happen to have several custom replicas of the MH-102 built in the mid '80s. Though they're loaded with a bit different drivers. (TAD TM-1201 / DAS K8) and they're loud enough that 1 per side (90deg) covers a 500 capacity room. Although it took be a bunch of experimentation to work up processor settings, and they are driven with an amplifer per driver to provide plenty of dynamic headroom. (325w per 16ohm HF, 800w per 8ohm MF)I will say that they've been heard over 1mi away and still retain enough clarity to allow the vocals to be intelligible.I spent almost nothing on them, around 1600 for the four I have (along with 4 BH550) and they've paid me back in spades over the 6 years since I bought them.Still I'd rather have something newer, they're big/heavy, and a single Nexo eAf would run circles around them.Here's the thread from when I bought them:http://forums.prosoundweb.com/index.php/topic,109771.msg1024426.html#msg1024426
Well everyone I now have 8 Tms4 in my possession and 2 more on the way stay tuned for more details Anybody know where to get turbo blue or something very close Thanks for all your opinions and information
I hot rodded my TMS4 system to the max. JBL 10", JBL 18", EV horn driver, digital crossover with extensive Smaart testing, the works. I made a lot of $ with that system. But it doesn't compare to the new Aspect wide system I have now. If you're looking for a nice sounding, not very loud system, use the original components, including the passive crossover, and have at it. Push the system hard (a boost at 400 hz) and the 10" speaker will die. Carry spares. Realize that by todays standards the system DOESN'T array. A used Turbo Flashlight system would, in my opinion, be a better starter system. Once you have a system with REAL pattern control and DOES array properly, it's hard to go back.Jim BrooksCasper BandRichmond, Va
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