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Old 27th December 2001, 02:02 AM   #11
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which clubs? small ones i hope, for that kind of event what u need is a couple of 1kw amps and say a twin 18 inch eminence or JBL pro sub or maybe 2 twins. thats what i have.
ideal for a 400 or so person event, good music (as well as loud) makes a really good time. i had a friend who only had a twin 15 inch sub and it was driven to distortion every friday night. after a while, it went pop! also the bass wasn't crisp and nice because of the distortion and that ment that people didn't appreciate the music as much.
With ANY project, it's always better to over spec (you can always attenuate ) then find u have under specced
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