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Old 3rd January 2019, 08:28 AM   #1
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Default Need LOUD system for "russebuss".

Hey guys, my first thread on this forum. I need some advice on a loudspeaker system.

I will rock two f221 Funktion One subs and a couple of Martin audio loudspeakers in a "russebuss" (basically a big party buss).

I want the loudest and hardest banging speakers i can get (rent). Do you think the F221īs will do the job? Obviously i have heard them for my self but i am not sure. So many loudspeakers to chose from.

Would be super nice if someone could enlighten me!

Here is a video of the system i am looking at now (youtube link).
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Old 3rd January 2019, 08:48 AM   #2
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The secret in the power output of loudspeakers is the SPL.
SPL is basically the sensitivity of the speaker.
If you compare an old school JBL 15" with a Faital 15", they may be the same power handling but the JBL may be 99Db/W at 1 Metre and the Faital could be 88.5Dbl/W at 1 Metre.
That means, at any given power, the measured output or air movement of the Faital is less than one fifth of the sound produced by the JBL as it is 10.5Dbl down on the JBL. (You get what you pay for).

If you are renting, go for Nexo as they, with controllers and Crown Amplifiers are hard to beat. (Pun intended). Yamaha are a close second but your pocket depth is the ruler.
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Do you want 100Hz "punch" or 30Hz "the entire world is moving"?
The F1 subs will do the "punch" thing just fine, but if you want the bottom end I'd be looking at some big tapped horns.

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Thats just plain stupidity to ruin your own and classmates ears in that age.
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Thats just plain stupidity to ruin your own and classmates ears in that age.
Hahaha sound is important .
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Old 3rd January 2019, 03:34 PM   #6
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hope the "russebuss" has the means to power what ever rig you rent, if there's not enough juice forget loud (or low)!!!
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Hahaha sound is important .
Thats a good reason to preserve your ears
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Old 4th January 2019, 12:22 AM   #8
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Does 3500W suffice ??


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Old 4th January 2019, 11:14 AM   #9
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We have about 20 000 Watts so should be fine. Im starting to think about using martin audio. Not sure.
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Old 4th January 2019, 02:29 PM   #10
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Any reputable PA speaker manufacturer will have something that'll do the job.
I'd take a few top-end 2x18" ported cabs over the F1 221s.

Martin stuff will do just fine.

Are you sure you've got 20KW to play with? That's a big generator. Edit - and even if your generator is 20KVA, be careful about assuming it'll run a 20KW PA system.

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