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Dustin Campbell

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Re: Mid sized system
« Reply #30 on: September 16, 2019, 02:57:50 pm »

Hi Mark!

Great to see you back on the Forum!  I agree with everything said so far in this thread.  The VRX boxes are pretty harsh to deal with--also, deploying 4/side would become a bit cumbersome without flying.  The DSL SM80, SH46, SH96 boxes are really good for these types of events.  I would also consider Fulcrum FA22AC and JTR 3TX.  One final contender to throw in the mix, the RCF TTL6A.  I have a customer that uses the RCF's flown from lifts with excellent results.  The SM80, 3TX, and FA22AC could all easily be put on a heavy duty crank stand and elevated to 10+ feet--this makes deployment SUPER easy.  I labored for years dealing with stacking speakers on scaffold or flying speakers from scaffold--it's a tremendous amount of work for these type of events. 

Please let me know if I can help further.

Thank you,

Jeff

Those RCF-TTL6A's look awesome! They are a contender for my next upgrade
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Jeffrey Knorr - CobraSound.com

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Re: Mid sized system
« Reply #31 on: September 17, 2019, 10:12:10 am »

Those RCF-TTL6A's look awesome! They are a contender for my next upgrade

Hi Dustin,

My Customer has been extremely happy with his TTL6A purchase so far.  Please let me know if you have any questions on them!

Thank you,

Jeff
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