Your Sound System, crash pad

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by 1911lover, Oct 8, 2004.

  1. 1911lover

    1911lover Fiddler1911

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    Ge 150 watt 6.1 surround nice package for 100 bux
    Got Finale on a p.c. for makin my music, by the way does anyone know how i can paste my music on here?
     
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    1911lover Fiddler1911

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  3. WolfmanGK

    WolfmanGK Super Plump

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    You mean your amplifier setup?

    Fender Eighty-Five Studio
    Fender HRD
    Crate Blue Voodoo
    Custom built 2x15 w/ alltube bogen head
    Custom built 4x12 w Celestion G12T75's
    POD PRO
    S/PDIF RCA (24 bit out from POD PRO) to optical encoder and minidsic recorder
    Digitech Reverb pedal (Best reverb ever)
    Pandora
    Tascam 4 track casette recorder
    Sure SM57 microphone
    Had a POD (Gave it away)
    Had an MT-2 (Gave it away)
    Had a small practice amp (Destroyed it trying to make it battery powered)
    Had a small amp I made out of a small speaker enclosure (Gave it away)


    I'm missing something....
     
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    I just listen to my music with a set of Creative 5200 Inspire speakers. It's not bad, but it's not exactly great either.
     
  5. TomSplasky

    TomSplasky Encase Elegance

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  6. 1911lover

    1911lover Fiddler1911

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    wel, umm, its not that bad... uhh, ok, maybe it is
     
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    TomSplasky Encase Elegance

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  8. 1911lover

    1911lover Fiddler1911

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    Thas why I bought my system at wallys world... then download any musi writing software i can find
     
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    metallic

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    I dont think most people pay for Finale or Sibelius.
     
  10. 1911lover

    1911lover Fiddler1911

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    Pro's do, my school has the multi hundred dollar sibelious software, but, not me
     
  11. AJE

    AJE Sometimes grumpy, not old

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    For guitar...

    I've got a Fender M-80 head... I have read that its 120 watts but to tell you the truth I have no idea what it actually is.

    I also have a 2x12 cab for it, with a few Boss pedals and a Crybaby.

    For my home listening pleasure, I use my 500w 5.1 surround sound system. I bought the cheapest POS Sears had and bought the replacement agreement with it. Sure enough it started skipping, so I exchanged it for a much better one.

    I have my computer (with 12.5 gigs of music ranging from Mozart to Slipknot to Nugent to Dave Matthews Band) hooked into the Aux input of the DVD player.
     
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    goldflounder death ray

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    Six years ago, I indulged myself in a Harmon Kardon reciever and five-disc changer, and a pair of 8" Klipsch shelf speakers. Since then, I've added a Technics turntable to my setup.
    :cool:
    I imagine I'll eventually get a subwoofer and surround speakers, but it sounds pretty frikkin' good as is.