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Author Topic: Storing Labhorns in non-climate-controlled garage in Midwest for summer  (Read 486 times)

Ed Hall

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Please don't listen to these other posts, they don't know the unique climate sensitivities of the lab sub.


We have a hermetically sealed, climatically fulfilled, bonded labhorn storage facility in our shop.  As a service to the LAB we will store them for you.

Way to be a team player and help out a fellow sound guy. Giving without any thought of reward. You should be commended!  ;D
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Jeff Bankston

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Going all the way back to 1970 I never heard of storing PA speakers in climate controlled places.
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Caleb Dueck

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Going all the way back to 1970 I never heard of storing PA speakers in climate controlled places.

Agreed.  It seems to be condensation, not temperature, that does bad stuff. 
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