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    Oh yeah....well....um...I use a couple cd players inside pop up deer blinds spread out along my 1/3 mile long trail. I run speaker wire to a couple different speakers to other pop up deer blinds so sound comes from several directions. Oh wait that isn't impressive...never mind.
     

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    lol, yeah I might just use CD players...nothing fancy, but you know, it's the fastest and probably cheapest solution. On the other side, if you want to manipulate your sound tracks just takes a bit more time than say having everything on a single PC, obviously. I'm going to test out using cheapo 8 channel PC card suround cards, maybe 2 together for 14-16 channels... not sure if will even work be honest, but, if does, for $50 bucks could have 16 channels!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by vahaunt View Post
    Iím a long time lurker but first time poster. I figured I would throw in my two cents as well. As usual I am a few days behind the rest of the world in posting.

    We have several attractions and have tried a variety of systems throughout the years. We currently have 2 primary set-ups that we use.

    - For our smaller attractions we use Gilderfluke SD-10ís for playback. We split the L/R channels into separate feeds so that we can feed two zones from one player. We have been using these for a couple of years with no problems at all.
    - For our larger attractions we use an Alesis HD24 for playback. While it is a more expensive option, it gives us 24 audio zones in a single player. One nice feature is that several units can be synchronized to create a larger system.
    With both configurations we loop the audio on the players so that they only repeat once every hour or two.
    Just bought our Alesis HD24!! Thanks for all your help [MENTION=16165]vahaunt[/MENTION] !!!
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