Sla pros 5" and a small T39

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Rob Shasta Guitar
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Sla pros 5" and a small T39

#1 Post by Rob Shasta Guitar » Wed Jun 01, 2016 12:47 am

Well you can get the point of the sound on these, but sorry for the wind noise. The speakers have another gig this Sat with a full band, I'll get better footage.

My part of the gig was at 9 am, so I felt comfortable wearing pjs. My friend Ryan is the live looper with all the pedals and tricks, including an octave thing to sound like a bass.

We are all impressed with these so far. Crisp and warm, the sub is smooth and thumpy.

The board is an Allen and Heath pa12, amp carvin 4 channel with the drive built in. I made both guitars as well as the speakers and mixer case.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eD6hGa7sEs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7grAHhxirc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-EC-WE7RaM

edit: I just read the sticky about inferior videos. I know these are not great, if they should be deleted that is fine. I do realize now though that I should post what it was recorded with to give perspective, this is a Sony HDR-MV1 which is the musician's camera with nicer mics.

We really love these speakers and I enjoyed this project for the well done plans and the incredible result.
Sla Pro 5" drivers, t39 10" driver

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Re: Sla pros 5" and a small T39

#2 Post by Chris_Allen » Thu Jun 02, 2016 3:47 pm

I really like that natural finish.

I don't know if it's an optical illusion, but that T39 looks very deep.
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Re: Sla pros 5" and a small T39

#3 Post by Rob Shasta Guitar » Fri Jun 03, 2016 12:19 am

The camera is a fixed wide angle so there is distortion from the lens. The T 39 is 1/16" under spec in depth, so just a tiny bit small. The natural finish matches my guitars and is part of my "thing" as a style, no logo on the guitars is also part of the style.
Sla Pro 5" drivers, t39 10" driver

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Re: Sla pros 5" and a small T39

#4 Post by 67baja » Mon Jun 06, 2016 5:15 pm

What drivers did you use in the SLA Pros?
2 THTs, 2 TLAH, SLA curved, 1 8-AT, 1 AT JBL 1002D, 4 Otop12s, Jack 12, TT with Eminence 10", 2 SLAs, 1 T30 slim, 2 T30s (2-10" each), SLA Pros, TrT.

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Re: Sla pros 5" and a small T39

#5 Post by Rob Shasta Guitar » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:49 am

67baja wrote:
Mon Jun 06, 2016 5:15 pm
What drivers did you use in the SLA Pros?
Sorry for the several year delay, they are the 5" drivers 5w-8 eminence. They still kick butt, loud and clear, but the best part for me is that they can be soft and clear. I personally play dinner music, I can fill a room with sound and still leave plenty of space for people to converse.
Sla Pro 5" drivers, t39 10" driver

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