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Old 08-08-2008, 08:51 PM
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Default Re: Outdoor System

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Originally Posted by SCUBAH2 View Post
GREETINGS FROM CALIFORNIA. NEED INPUT ON SOUND SYSTEM FOR NEW PATIO. FULLY OPEN OUTDOOR PATIO WITH GAZEBO TYPE ROOF 20 FEET HIGH AT PEAK 900 SQUARE FEET OF PATIO.
LOOKING FOR SUGGESTIONS ON USING TUBE SPEAKERS WOULD LIKE TO MOUNT 2 SCUBA8 SUBWOFFERS ON VERTICAL 6X6 STEEL SUPPORT POSTS. THEN THE TUBE SPEAKERS AND POSSIBLY HORN SPEAKERS WOULD BE OVERHEAD USING BOARD TOWER HARDWARE.QUESTIONS:
1.IS THERE AN ADVANTAGE OF USING MORE THAN 1 MAA1500 FOR TWO SUBWOFFERS.
2.WOULD 4 TUBES AND FOUR HORNS BE
ADEQUATE OR 4 AND 2 ETC.BEST CONFIGURATION FOR THIS AREA.HOW DOES ONE CALCULATE THE AMOUNT OF AMP NECESSARY TO POWER THESE UNITS.
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Hey Scuba, welcome to the Bazooka forum.
1. The advantage is about 200-250watts, however, the disadvantage is unloading and eventual failure of the sub in that much square footage.
2. I think 4 tubes and 4 - 8 8in tubbies should adequately fill the need. Run at least as much as the speakers are rated RMS. A hefty power supply and batteries are a must if you intend to use 12v amplification. KENETIK makes some awesome power supplies and batteries.
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