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J15 at Texas Hunter's Expo

#1 Post by y2kindyz » Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:38 pm

Hello guys, just shot a quick video of our booth at the Texas Hunter's Expo in McAllen TX. J15 is running off of a iPad and lepai amp. Amp was about 9 o'clock. I love the clean sound even off this little amp

https://youtu.be/ThI2uik_ixU

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Re: J15 at Texas Hunter's Expo

#2 Post by Bruce Weldy » Sat Jul 22, 2017 8:52 am

y2kindyz wrote:Hello guys, just shot a quick video of our booth at the Texas Hunter's Expo in McAllen TX. J15 is running off of a iPad and lepai amp. Amp was about 9 o'clock. I love the clean sound even off this little amp

https://youtu.be/ThI2uik_ixU

Very nice Oscar. Although, I'm sure some heads are exploding out there......a lot of folks didn't know that you could actually play country through BFM speakers!

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Re: J15 at Texas Hunter's Expo

#3 Post by y2kindyz » Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:34 am

Bruce Weldy wrote:
Very nice Oscar. Although, I'm sure some heads are exploding out there......a lot of folks didn't know that you could actually play country through BFM speakers!
Thanks Bruce :loler: We are in Texas, it could've been playing Tejano or a Cumbia. Then their ears would have melted :fruit:

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Re: J15 at Texas Hunter's Expo

#4 Post by Bruce Weldy » Sat Jul 22, 2017 9:42 am

y2kindyz wrote:
Bruce Weldy wrote:
Very nice Oscar. Although, I'm sure some heads are exploding out there......a lot of folks didn't know that you could actually play country through BFM speakers!
Thanks Bruce :loler: We are in Texas, it could've been playing Tejano or a Cumbia. Then their ears would have melted :fruit:

So far this summer I've mixed Rock, Country, Jazz, Tejano, and a hard-to-describe Cajun/Blues/Swamp band. Only in Texas.....

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Re: J15 at Texas Hunter's Expo

#5 Post by CoronaOperator » Wed Jul 26, 2017 3:47 am

Bruce Weldy wrote:
y2kindyz wrote:Hello guys, just shot a quick video of our booth at the Texas Hunter's Expo in McAllen TX. J15 is running off of a iPad and lepai amp. Amp was about 9 o'clock. I love the clean sound even off this little amp

https://youtu.be/ThI2uik_ixU

Very nice Oscar. Although, I'm sure some heads are exploding out there......a lot of folks didn't know that you could actually play country through BFM speakers!
I'm one of them, you should of warned us that that link had country music. Now I have to play white noise for 16 hours through my speakers just to get the twang out of the voice coils. Thankfully they were just the computer speakers.


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Re: J15 at Texas Hunter's Expo

#6 Post by y2kindyz » Wed Jul 26, 2017 8:45 am

CoronaOperator wrote:
I'm one of them, you should of warned us that that link had country music. Now I have to play white noise for 16 hours through my speakers just to get the twang out of the voice coils. Thankfully they were just the computer speakers.


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:loler: Next time I will be sure to play a Mexican polka or Corrido, guaranteed to stick to those voice coils and ear drums for 24 hours :fruit: But I will add a warning :fruit:

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