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Old 27th April 2015, 11:16 AM   #1
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Default 3fifties - PA build 2nd Section

These are the base units to go with the Buckfifties (see a few posts down) or use by themselves. Very simple build, $350 for a pair with two 12" woofers and a horn, 430 wRMS each. They fold/fit into a 24"x24"x18" cube for storage.

https://db.tt/34rxJst1

Short video of test of one Buckfifty and one 3fifty together. Set for 1 watt with 1 kHz sine, 100 wRMS Kustom K200 head, sound recorded as WAV signed 16 bit 1563 kbps. SPL peaked at 110 dB

https://db.tt/ocWNkXHB

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