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Craig Hauber

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Re: PA stack ID
« Reply #10 on: July 25, 2021, 01:31:23 AM »

The rat fur racks look like StageGear.  When we bought our first batch of Vertec from Schubert Systems, Dirk included the Stagegear racks with the iTechs.  I liked them and convinced my boss to pay the $$ to standardize on them for main PA racks.  Good stuff.
Always liked renting Schubert gear, the racks and cases always seemed new -but they actually were used a lot!  Just very built well and easily maintained.  Gave me a new appreciation for rat-fur.  (It's definitely not your 80's "DJ gear")
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Scott Holtzman

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Re: PA stack ID
« Reply #11 on: July 27, 2021, 02:06:05 AM »

Okay, this is good enough for several Newtons. I think chances of anyone identifying the mains are low mostly because I couldn't post any good pics without giving it away, so I've gone ahead and posted said spoiler pics.

BTW, this is the only visible logo I've seen in the entire stadium, which given the location makes a little bit of sense....


You know I could have really used those Newtons now that I am busier losing money at a faster rate.  I think I just need a bigger truck and all will be better.


Seriously, the l`acoustic was easy but I knew they were Ramsa's not by seeing them however, I had another friend in UK that worked the 2008 Olympics and we lost touch but for years he bitched how awful the Ramsa cabinets were. 


 
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Thomas Le

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Re: PA stack ID
« Reply #12 on: July 27, 2021, 12:55:56 PM »

My first thought was "wow RAMSA is still alive?" Last time I've seen RAMSA was at a high school auditorium long ago that had a crusty WR(?)-something mixer before they "upgraded" to a LS9 along with the PA system revamp.
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