The cabinets look like they might be Clair S4s.I don't think the large "horn like things" being hoisted into place are actually used-there is no "rear horn", but rather they were just for decoration.I could be wrong however.
That was my thought at first, too, but a few seconds later there is a long shot of the stage and sound wings, and I see no other PA. Granted it's pretty low-res, but it makes me wonder if these multi-cells are actually used as horns. I don't see anything behind them during the lift, but....The show was c.1992. We might have some forum member who were around for that tour...
At 1:58 and 2:01 you can clearly see the "other PA" that is basically square boxes with grill cloth-about the size of S4s.However there are also various large horns that are "hanging free" on the scaffolding in those shots as well.I still think they were decoration.
I still reckon the sound of a classic horn loaded 4 way beats a line array any day. Would still love to find a close shot of the horn in that video that JG put up.M
I'm off topic for Hitler's sound system, but back to the size of horns: can anyone comment on the PA in this cliphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFD2gu007dcthere are some shots starting at 1:47 into the videowhat is the PA?what is driving those horns?thanks!
Agree 100%, and yes, my back is shot after lugging W bins up and down stairs.
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