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    Well, since you are starting a job Wednesday, that means you can buy woofers for your RTi4s...no?

    Yep, thought so...

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    Shizzle....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    Well, since you are starting a job Wednesday, that means you can buy woofers for your RTi4s...no?

    Yep, thought so...
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    haha, Im sorry man - Im 17 as well and have worked since age 12. My social life has hardly faltered in the time Ive worked either. Ive gained many skills, and currently work 24 hours a week during school. Not only do I work 24 hours, but I control an entire department, make orders, all while working the floors - all while holding some type of life...

    So cry all you want, because I dont think anyone cares ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    haha, Im sorry man - Im 17 as well and have worked since age 12. My social life has hardly faltered in the time Ive worked either. Ive gained many skills, and currently work 24 hours a week during school. Not only do I work 24 hours, but I control an entire department, make orders, all while working the floors - all while holding some type of life...

    So cry all you want, because I dont think anyone cares ;)
    Oh... Wow... i guess.. thanks for the story... yea... i think so too, no one cares... wanna tell us more??? lets have some sharing time.... because I care;)

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    Get your speakers fixed and pick up a good sub....

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    Put yo mamma on ... we need to tell her to slap you upside the head with an SVS ...

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    I am now waiting for someone to photoshop an af-fro on Russ-brotha... :D
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    yea... im actually ordering a sub tonight... its my sisters Christmas gift to me. I cant tell you what 3 parts im ordering because it would be a "sin", what im doing with these three parts. but its simply a prebuilt cabinet from dayton + the 240 watt dayton amp and a top secret driver with a qts value not fit for something... but the "consequence" isnt really a downfall...

    Ah, svs.... they're expensive and probably at the top of the list for many for their superior sound. i've never heard any of their speakers but i've heard my uncles Sunfire SuperJunior true sub. and omg i'm in Love. I hope to get one one day. its like pure, clean, accurate, fast, deep bass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubSonic Polker
    yea... im actually ordering a sub tonight...

    Why not take that "gift" money and properly fix the Rti's . "Dumbass is as dumbass does".

    By all means blow a pair of speakers then whine about how much they cost to fix then get pissy at us for advising you to fix them right rather than using non-stock drivers then turn around and go buy a sub.............which you should have done in the first place. All the while the Rti's are still inoperable. WTF .

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    you think you know it all or something? i wasnt even gonna mention a sub but, the subwoofer is first priority, my church this 24th needs extra bass extension for our performances. you can stop getting pissy now.
    Happy Holidays to you too!
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    EDIT: why quote gift???
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubSonic Polker
    EDIT: why quote gift???
    Because as you "stated", I know it all.
    "Appreciation of audio is a completely subjective human experience. Measurements can provide a measure of insight, but are no substitute for human judgment. Why are we looking to reduce a subjective experience to objective criteria anyway? The subtleties of music and audio reproduction are for those who appreciate it. Differentiation by numbers is for those who do not".--Nelson Pass

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    There is no home sub that I have ever seen, regardless of cost or design that can rightfully fill up a church size area...

    So either you got a really really small church, or you are about to have another one on the shop table...

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    ... and another one down, and another one down, and another one bites the dust ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9
    Because as you "stated", I know it all.
    -Hm.



    Quote Originally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    There is no home sub that I have ever seen, regardless of cost or design that can rightfully fill up a church size area...

    So either you got a really really small church, or you are about to have another one on the shop table...
    -Yay! no assumptions. and Yes! our sanctuary is VERY small compared to mega churches. only about 100 ppl will be in the room. the building is actually a mix of warehouse/ apartment/ office building... its a weird street.
    the mains are Bose 802's Series II(Which are amazing). the current subwoofer is an 8 inch 300 watt teac sub or some other brand... sounds like crap but it was only 50 dollars(Ebay) and can get LOUD. im bringing in my sub in for multimedia. the system was changed recently and it is only hooked up to the electric drums. sorry for boring you...
    Good night!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolkWannabie
    ... and another one down, and another one down, and another one bites the dust ...
    ohh what song is that again? its on the list of masked music or something like subliminal messages... i forgot what it said but when u play it backwards... its scary

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    Ah, here we go

    http://jeffmilner.com/backmasking.htm

    some are funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by SubSonic Polker
    Damn! Hot son! Thanks Nigga! I love Wolfers too! I mean Nigga, im so fly i blew myn! Woot! Holla! Nigga you diggin? I Keep it rai hurrz son, i got this son dank!
    Good Lookz!
    If you think this kind of **** is funny or appropriate, take it someplace else. The 'N' word in any shape or form is NOT cool.

    Far as I'm concerned, you welcome is officially worn out. If you have no interest in decent audio, no interest in learning what decent sound CAN be...and have nothing to add but this sort of childish crap, please, find another outlet.


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    Anyone else here get the feeling that T_Unit jr's stay is going to be a short one!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubSonic Polker
    Damn! Hot son! Thanks Nigga! I love Wolfers too! I mean Nigga, im so fly i blew myn! Woot! Holla! Nigga you diggin? I Keep it rai hurrz son, i got this son dank!
    Good Lookz!
    Quote Originally Posted by TroyD
    If you think this kind of **** is funny or appropriate, take it someplace else. The 'N' word in any shape or form is NOT cool.

    Far as I'm concerned, you welcome is officially worn out. If you have no interest in decent audio, no interest in learning what decent sound CAN be...and have nothing to add but this sort of childish crap, please, find another outlet.


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    The last thing I have patience for is some pencil neck 17 yr old who lacks any sort of common sense or social grace.

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    You know, I miss the Hall of Shame.
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    Now you wonder why...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyD
    If you think this kind of **** is funny or appropriate, take it someplace else. The 'N' word in any shape or form is NOT cool.

    Far as I'm concerned, you welcome is officially worn out. If you have no interest in decent audio, no interest in learning what decent sound CAN be...and have nothing to add but this sort of childish crap, please, find another outlet.


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    If russman responded to me like that and was playing with me, im gonna play too. sorry, but you dont know how people talk in my city. the "N" word is used by all races and used all the time. i personally dont use it in my everyday vocabulary, but it is the "Gangster"/ Thuggish thing to say. its "cool" you're "in"

    Quote Originally Posted by RuSsMaN
    i am wit u dawg. base rulez and i be using my eq to make my wolfers move. dont listen 2 tha no-it-alls here jus keep pumpin tunez!!!! i modifi my rti4 wit dual 6 inch on da sidez 4 tha kadunka dunk base.
    "dawg"? "Wit"? the "z"'s? "Tha?" i've never been to texas but im sure this this "gangster" talk doesnt go well with that southern accent.

    I was polite on my first post. i presented myself well, at least I think, well enough for mature educated responses. but yo guys are arguing with me and playing around. so, i'll play with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amulford
    Now you wonder why...

    Go on now son, your mother's callin you...
    Alumford, please, this was AFTER YOU...-THUMBS DOWN*

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyD
    The last thing I have patience for is some pencil neck 17 yr old who lacks any sort of common sense or social grace.

    BDT
    You judge quickly. and harshly. as i said, did i not present myself well in my first post?


    You should see me in school then. come by my neighborhood sometime.

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    You have also worn out your welcome with me Sub! I have reported your ignorant & racist post.

    While Russ's comments were immature, they had no derogatory racist words in it.

    This kind of behavior is frowned upon outside of your little area, if you actually had a job you would find that out pretty darn quick!

    Welcome to the real world kid, come back when you finally grow up, learn some respect, & learn how to act in a more mature manner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut
    Anyone else here get the feeling that T_Unit jr's stay is going to be a short one!?!
    One can only hope!!! "It's better to burn out than fade away" T_Unit Jr has officially burned out. Where is that pesky bug spray?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubSonic Polker
    -Hm.
    -Yay! no assumptions. and Yes! our sanctuary is VERY small compared to mega churches. only about 100 ppl will be in the room. the building is actually a mix of warehouse/ apartment/ office building... its a weird street.
    the mains are Bose 802's Series II(Which are amazing). the current subwoofer is an 8 inch 300 watt teac sub or some other brand... sounds like crap but it was only 50 dollars(Ebay) and can get LOUD. im bringing in my sub in for multimedia. the system was changed recently and it is only hooked up to the electric drums. sorry for boring you...
    Good night!
    Aww yes, he must be the judge of good sound...

    And yes, Sid is right, you would need proaudio gear or extremely high end HT gear to get anything beyond a loud farting sound from a sub in a room like that.
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    You may be able to pull off a MANY driver infinite baffle sub for a church size room. Think about a room in your home that you can comfortably fit 100 people in. That would be a giant room to fill with with bass and you are going to do it with a low end home sub? You might as well fix the woofer in your RTi4's and use them as a sub.

    Must be why most churches don't typically go to a 17 year old for their audio needs.....

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