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John Schalk

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Re: Small Operator System Details and Rationale
« Reply #40 on: September 03, 2022, 09:34:21 AM »

I run two systems.  The ďsmallĒ system is (2) Fulcrum Acoustics FA22acís over (2) BassBoss SSP-218s.
How are you moving the SSP-218s?  Bassboss shows them stacked horizontally on carts, but that won't work for the kinds of small venues I work at.
 I'd like to know how you are transporting them to gigs.
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Nathanael Iversen

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Re: Small Operator System Details and Rationale
« Reply #41 on: September 03, 2022, 06:21:54 PM »

How are you moving the SSP-218s?  Bassboss shows them stacked horizontally on carts, but that won't work for the kinds of small venues I work at.
 I'd like to know how you are transporting them to gigs.

I use the dolly boards that BassBoss sells. I normally roll them stacked, then lift the top one off with a helper. I suppose you could make a dolly board that works for a single sub standing vertically.

I often use the subs tipped vertically. One of the handy things is that there is a pole socket in the end, as well as one in the middle, so it helps get the tops up a little higher. 

Iíve taken them on the back of a truck bed, a 7x14í trailer, rented lift gate trucks, etc.

If you are dealing with very small venues, look at their DJ18 sub. For typical powered tops, in a band setting, itíll do quite nicely. Much smaller physically. Half the cost.

What I like about the BassBoss stuff is that it performs much better than MI gear and has the same drivers as touring grade gear.  But, the boxes have MI features like pole sockets in handy places. They are assuming speaker on a stick or ground stack vs flown tops or high stands. 
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