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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 02:37:33 pm 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Bob Faulkner
Thanks for the replies.

Over the years, I have come to accept that quality will come at a cost.  Most things I purchase (for whatever it is that is being purchased) tend to be on the commercial/industrial side.  Every attempt is made to purchase something once (or maybe twice at the most).

Thanks for the Simpson link.  Many years ago, I had a Honda powered washer, but after 3 years, the pump (the actual pump itself) came apart.  The pump replacement was sort of expensive, and I could not get an OEM part.

The second power washer (non-Honda) only lasted 2 years before engine failure (B&S engine).  The pressure hose (between the pump and the wand) was so cheap... don't get me started.

So... now looking at heavy duty (commercial lines) of power washers.  I just want something that will work when I need it to (just like the chain saw and trimmer).

off topic -- I'm looking at commercial toaster next:
https://www.hobartcorp.com/products/cooking/toasters

(290 slices an hour - this should last me a life time)



 92 
 on: Yesterday at 02:27:34 pm 
Started by Bob Faulkner - Last post by Corey Scogin
I love my Stihl chainsaws and trimmer, I just did the research on a pressure washer, for about 1/2 the price you can get a highly rated Simpson with a Honda Engine.
https://simpsoncleaning.com/products/msh3125-s/[url]]]https://simpsoncleaning.com/products/msh3125-s/[url][/url]

I just purchased a Simpson with a Honda motor based on the online recommendations. It's great so far. I was incredibly impressed that immediately after taking it out of the box, filling it with gas and oil and connecting the hoses, it only took a half-hearted pull and the engine was purring nicely. None of my other equipment ever took less than 2 or 3 pulls to start.

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 02:22:20 pm 
Started by Mike Monte - Last post by Mike Monte
Who was the band from Canada? I'm guessing Starlight.

I'm not quite sure of the name...  It was in Fall River, MA at St. Michael's Feast on Saturday, August 4th.

FWIW there are a few Portuguese bands in my local area, two that come to mind are Marc Dennis and George Ferreira..

 94 
 on: Yesterday at 02:20:58 pm 
Started by Jonathan Goodall - Last post by Corey Scogin
New Dante Card with 32x32 96khz or 64x64 48khz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4pPx9jEvYQ

Is that a cooling fan mounted on top of the card?

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 02:09:20 pm 
Started by John Penkala - Last post by John Penkala
One Systems

Thanks Brian.

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 02:09:13 pm 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by Nathan Riddle
Hmm, D75 or EPQ304 would work, I'll add them to the list, but DSP would be really, REALLY nice...

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 02:05:19 pm 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by Steve Crump
Recommendations for a small/cheap amp (preferably with DSP) to power Danley Nanos in 8ohm mode?

2x Danley Nano 20w @ 8ohms each

Here's what I've come up with:

Behringer iNUKE NU1000DSP ~$200
Samson Servo 120a Power Amplifier ~$200
QSC GX3 Power Amplifier ~$300
Crown XLi 800 Power Amplifier ~$230

Any other suggestions?

A $100 20w/ch 2ch A/B amp would be perfect really.

What about the Behringer EPQ304?

I also have a Crown X1000, which is the XLi800, that I would about give away to get it out of my way.

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 01:58:34 pm 
Started by Justice C. Bigler - Last post by Tim Weaver
http://www.ispproaudio.com/portfolio/hdds-master-control-module/

These are essentially poe speakers with a fancy hub. I don't know if they have a dante option, but as far as the speakers go, they sounded pretty great for a distributed system.

 99 
 on: Yesterday at 01:53:23 pm 
Started by Mike Mottsey - Last post by Mike Mottsey
sE Electronics V7 MC1 Capsule for Shure Wireless, Never used! $120 shipped.
also have the handheld sE Electronics V7 Never used $95.00 shipped

Mike
aikenproaudio@aol.com

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 01:52:11 pm 
Started by Justice C. Bigler - Last post by Nathan Riddle
Yeah the newer specs are pretty beefy in output, though the single port injectors will cost you upwards of $150 each. Going with a switch is slightly more cost-effective, but at the cost of reduced output per port (usually between 30-60W depending on how many powered ports are in play).

Agreed, Cisco's new 9k series routers are 100w capable per port up to 3000w per slot with redundant capabilities IIRC.

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