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About Bolan-Boogie

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  • Birthday 21/07/1964

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    Professional - I D.J as a full time occupation
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  1. Thanks Spinner Has it arrived yet and what is your verdict ?
  2. Will definately look forward to your review. A video would be nice too
  3. It states the LED stormbird is fitted with a 10 Watt led, has anyone witnessed how bright this light is or does it not 'cut the mustard' ?
  4. Greetings 'Fellow Welshman' and Welcome !
  5. Diesel £132.9 per litre here today in South Wales
  6. To be honest if you haven't made a decision yet, for the extra tenner I'd go for the 22 watt Chauvet version without a doubt.
  7. SORRY I HAD TO REPOST THIS LINKS WERE DEAD IN LAST POST ...SORRY !! I have one of these made by Varytec BRAND NEW Full DMX and boxed with instruction manual (never used) due to a change in rig set up. The coverage is massive. Its pretty much the same as the Kam Diamond or Chauvet vue 6.1 Spec 1. 6 DMX Channels. 2. Beam Angle: 110 3. 252pcs led(108R,72G,72B) Yours for £65 & delivery Link here http://au.alibaba.com/product/308133802-LE...tage-light.html Chauvet Vue 6.1 here http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Chauvet-Vue-6-1-6-Ch...=item483e5eb220 Kam Diamond
  8. Virtually new cost £99 each & delivery now on ebay http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...em=320636835135 Thanks
  9. I know this is reviving an old thread, but I have been absent from the forum for a while due to health problems. I have used Platinum Notes now for over 2 years, I find it a excellent piece of software. It does so much more than MP3Gain etc, it seems to give a new lease of life to old recordings and that extra bit of Omph to recent mp3 files. Yes it's expensive but worth every penny in my honest opinion
  10. Agree with Interparcel, they will carry parcel weight that others won't for a decent fee
  11. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...=STRK:MESELX:IT
  12. Yes that's exactly what I'm saying DJH asked if there were any negatives in doing so, I'm trying to point out various negatives even though we are going around the Mullberry bush to get there, even though it's interesting debate :dukesy: To simplify terms and not get all testicle (oops i meant Technical :ads: ) I would stay with the theory its better to have too much power than not enough, as long as it's used correctly. :amen:
  13. As a rule, I always aim to have more the RMS output necessary - meaning that if the woofer is rated at 400W RMS, I use an amp that produces at least 600W RMS (Headroom) at the impedance I will be running the speaker at. There are a few reasons to do this. One is that the amp puts out less distortion, less heat, and lives a longer life when working less hard. Think of yourself trying to paint a detailed picture right after you've ran a marathon, or spent an hour power-lifting at the gym. Its pretty tough to do any kind of quality work when you're exhausted from running full-bore. Now if yo
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