turbosound seems poised to become popular in a bigger way just your thoughts
Hmmmmm. Care to elaborate? Starting new discussions=good. Doing so in a way that doesn't give anyone a clue as to what you're talking about=maybe not so ideal... -Ray
Just what I was thinking.... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I mean, call me crazy, but.... ya know, help us to engage in conversation. Haha.So, I'll take you up- No, no, not at all. Give me a nice phat JBL, EV, or l'acoustics array any day.Whaddaya say?-Ray
Ok .... I'm hoping Turbo does become more popular, and if Music Group gets it right it will. I have their TFA600 line-array and TMW112 &115 wedges Ö and itís all great stuff, certainly up there with the best, but Turbo being owned by Music Group makes me very nervous. I'm not sure they understand the Pro world as well as they understand the MI world.Iím hoping the purchase of Turbosound was not just to legitimise a bunch of Turbo branded Behringer boxes at the expense of Turbosound's concert heritage.The TFA600s & TMW112s etc. were relatively new products but they have already been replaced with new models, so much for expanding my line-array plan. I guess I will have to see if I can find some used boxes or dump mine and get something else
I agree that Turbosound makes some of the best products out there.... Its just that they took too long to do it. After Flash/Flood they entered an MI guitar center level and then leveled out for a while. L acoustics, D&B, JBL and others all saturated the market with "new technology" and won over the hearts of many major players. Now Turbosound is starting to bring back some innovation and some really cool products all across the board. I too hope that Music Group doesn't use them as a hub just to get more MI products out the door.
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