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Darkangel
12-29-2007, 06:40 PM
Hello everyone!

I was wondering what kind of speakers do you use for your scenes? If you have big monsters and I'm sure you'd want big sounds. So what kind of speakers should I consider for large monsters and for good sound in our scenes? Are pre-amp speakers ideal and if so, what kind are good for hooking up mp3 players to?

Thanks a lot!

Darkangel

FutureHauntings83
12-29-2007, 11:23 PM
we use guilderfluke sd25 audio repeaters with Dual(brand) 4" 50 watt/100 peak outdoor speakers. as far as big animations, we've used good quality stereo /boom box style speakers with a power amp. without the power amp your small speakers could have very low output. but for the price the sd25's are very worth it, eliminating cd players and all the mess .

- steve o.

Raycliff Manor
12-30-2007, 08:56 AM
Great post and topic! Thanks for all the info everyone. I'm going to be looking into the Sd25. As you can see, I'm on the trail of improving out attraction for 2008 already! We're in negotiations on a new location so please keep your fingers, toes and any other body parts you have laying around crossed for us!

Kel

Darkangel
12-31-2007, 06:28 AM
So, with the Gilderfluke sd25 I can use that in place of a cd or mp3 and record right on that? How much sound will fit on that? I went to their site, but didn't see the price, how much are they?

Thanks a lot,
Darlangel

beardedbil
12-31-2007, 09:01 AM
The SD25 are almost $300 while the SD10's (which are the same as the sd25 without the amp) are $180

Darkangel
12-31-2007, 10:32 AM
But wouldn't you ned the amp to make it louder anyway? How much record time does it allow?

Thanks BeardedBil,
Darkangel

FutureHauntings83
01-01-2008, 10:36 AM
the sd25's come with a small file card that you load the music onto from your computer ,and the card goes right into the repeater.but as far as the sd10's they are less pricey but i think you might need an amp,i'm not a hundred percent sure.

steve o.