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Re: OT: Hey Loopers< MF is blowing out Mackie SRM 350 p.a.portable PA speakers

i had the RCFs for a while but i found them too brilliant for my 
taste,they also seem to "hiss" quite a bit when you are not 
playing.Nevertheless they are very nice and they are the smartest designed 
of all with handles on the sides and top plus great cover bags!


--- On Fri, 7/18/08, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

> From: andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk>
> Subject: Re: OT:   Hey Loopers< MF is blowing out Mackie SRM 350 
>p.a.portable PA speakers
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Date: Friday, July 18, 2008, 12:29 AM
> Krispen Hartung wrote:
> > I love the RCFs, but realistically there is no
> "dramatic" difference 
> > between them, the Mackie's, and JBLs. 
> Personally, when I heard the JBLs was the first time I ever
> thought 
> about getting a pa. I can get "my sound" on good
> studio monitors,
> and on the JBLs, but not on anything else.
> (although the Mackies are acceptable, especially if not too
> loud)
> I don't know the RCF's, but I find quite a lot of
> difference between the
> JBL's and the Mackies. 
> I prefer the JBL's for the relatively un-colored sound
> and find the Mackies 
> a bit fatiguing to listen to, especially as the volume goes
> up.
> However, I'm sure there's folks who'd prefer
> the "punchy" Mackie sound.
> I'd hazard a guess that the different speakers are
> aimed at different
> types of music.
> > r, so we are really 
> > starting to spice hairs and get into personal
> preference.
> > 
> Indeed, there's a lot of pa's out there which sound
> so much worse than
> these ones. (ever been to a London venue? :-)
> ..but then I spice my hair over every other aspect of the
> sound too.
> (with Dalek Shampoo of course )
> andy butler