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    Had a lump tested today. Not what I thought it could be worst case. Thank motherfucking god
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    He is also a mean ass sax player....considering it is his first year. Made it past the 5th book in his first 10 weeks. Insane shit. Writing his own solo for his performance in January based on the pink panther theme
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    GIVEAWAY SECOND SKIN BLACK FRIDAY GIVEAWAY! The rules are simple. 1) Like this post 2) Tag 2 Friends in the comments below (use the @ symbol to tag i.e. @Aaron Clinton ) 3) Click link below 4 winners who followed the steps on this post will be randomly drawn on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 for one Damplifier Door Pack with Wooden Roller to each winner. Don’t miss out on our amazing Black Friday Deal 25% Off + Free Shipping to lower 48 US on all products! Second Skin Audio Code: THANKS25 (4 winners will be chosen total between the forums, Instagram entries, and the Facebook entries. Entry on all platforms is allowed).
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    Happy Thanksgiving guys! Hope you all are able to spend some time with family and friends!
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    Not religious, but I will wish you the best. Don't let others stress you, you know your shit, this is nothing new, just do you.
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    All forums are slow anymore. Nothing against SSA, but most traffic has moved to social media platforms. I don't have any personal experience with the nightshade or sp4 so I can't really comment on them specifically. Overall response though is greatly affected by enclosure design. Generally with ported enclosures (4th order vented) going larger with a lower tuning frequency will yield a smoother response than smaller with a higher tuning frequency (think peaky one note wonder) I would suggest taking some really good measurements to figure out your max dimensions and then look at quality reputable brands for a driver that is designed to work in those dimensions. Remember you need to look at net space after displacement of driver/bracing/port. That being said, would you have the ability to run an external aero port under the other side of the 60/40 bench to free up space? Amount of usable space will determine driver/size. Then work on power.
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    I love that Delta still asks active military to board with preboarding even before the travel monsters get to
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    UsbC too which means I have a cable as my phone and laptop use the same
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    I didn't want to constantly change cables. There are Bluetooth necklace cables that do the same but then if I lose battery I have to change and it is bulkier to carry in my laptop bag
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    Matt - I bought this and the TI chip is fine. https://www.amazon.com/FiiO-uBTR-Bluetooth-Wireless-Receiver/dp/B07D8K76F4/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?keywords=fiio+ubtr&qid=1575425131&sr=8-3 Allows wireless phone use and the easy backup of the dongle. Works with iOS as well.
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    Even Ford's premium drivers are shit. A set of Boss coaxials would likely yield better results than his stock stuff.
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    @jcarter1885 Good luck and thanks for entering
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    Enjoy the turkey day guys. Hope all goes smoothly. J
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    Happy Thanksgiving fella's
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    I can't recommend any coaxials, but if you want to do components, I highly suggest the Evil 6.5 mids paired with your favorite tweeter.
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    Here are some pictures
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    The Wait is over. Just in time for our annual Black Friday SSALE. https://store.soundsolutionsaudio.com/subwoofers/soundsolutionsaudio/evil/ When your sub bass goal is nothing but supreme, unrestrained performance without compromise, the choice is the SSA Evil. The capabilities of the SSA Evil put it in very exclusive company at the zenith of the marketplace. This is where you look first for the ultimate 'ground pounder' that will not miss or muddy a note. Crisp and clean across the entire frequency range for those demanding outstanding linear performance thanks to an FEA optimized motor. Employing a massive triple stack motor, five sandwiched 10" progressive Nomex spiders, an anodized vented Aluminum former, a huge 4-layer 4" flat wound Aluminum coil and a towering 'Venturi' solid pole, the SSA Evil has the muscle to handle almost anything you can throw at it. The SSA Evil is also a top pick for extreme level SPL and bass-boxing competitors alike, while still having the composure for the elite home audio projects. A versatile monster that will meet the most critical low frequency demands while achieving extreme output levels when called upon. Sonic performance so vicious, it had to be deemed Evil. #SSAEVIL #EVILSUBWOOFERS #EVILINSIDE #ARRIVELOUD #SSA https://store.soundsolutionsaudio.com/subwoofers/soundsolutionsaudio/evil/
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    Without welding, you're only options are panel adhesive, or mechanical fastening.
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