Ok BEE built me four very nice 1850 loaded CUBO's as you might or might not know. My good freind Ken (KNET) wants to put them head to head with his single 1850 loaded bins as he's feeling confident or lulled into a false sense of security!
So...Tomorrow Night at the Star South Harrow we (Killerhurtz Audio), will be providing the system for SUBLIMINAL CUTS. We will also be running two stacks, four Cubo's one side, four of Ken 18's the other. Bee and Ken will be there and it would be great to see anybody else from here too. So if your at a loose end and fancy a bit of bass then head on down.
The rest of the rig will be as follows:
8 1850 bins (four cubo's/ four of Kens) Two double 1550 horn loaded kicks, Two MT 122's, Stasys 4's (DJ mons), JBL soundpower wedges,
Powersoft K8 Subs, VZ5002 Kicks (on hire from Ken), Amcron 2402 mids, RMX 850 horns, 2 Proline 2800's for the wedges/DJ mons.
Martin Scanners (provided by bee)
Lasers/strobes/UV cannons ects
You can call me on 07734829144 and i'll either blag you in or get you in even cheaper than the very reasonable entry fee
Pics to follow but can I just confirm that the Cubo's won out and out for SPL and Frequency response against Kens reflex bins/mini scoops. Run 4 a side from a K8 we had a current draw of 43A at points! 300+ punters through the door and the venue was shacking all the way to the back. Nothing but good comments all night even the premadonna DJ's/MC's were happy for once! we had them crossoverd between 35-110hz and i'm shure at points they were dropping lower. The bass infront of the stack was intense to say the least.
As I said i'll get the pics up as soon as I get them, massive thanks to Bee for the lighting and help throughout the night. Cubo it's a shame you couldnt be there to here your babies in action, 1850's are the way forward. I was that impressed were getting another four built, maybe cubo you could design an infra horn to bolt on! I'm planning by this point next year to have 16 but were see how finances go.
Massive thanks to Knet for the hire of the Amps/Subs it was definatley a night to remember.