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#121 Post by LelandCrooks »

I have 3015lf's now available individually, for a while at least. At the March price.
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#122 Post by LelandCrooks »

3012lf's now also.
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#123 Post by djtecthreat »

Any word on the D-Fend? Still really interested in these for rental stock cabinets.
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#124 Post by LelandCrooks »

not yet. I'm on the list
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Stinkin Badges

#125 Post by LelandCrooks »

We do need stinkin' badges. Fabulously done by Doug Hart. High gloss black with the BFM logo. Price covers the postage.
Also SpeakerHardware badges, if you really like me that is. :wink:


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http://www.speakerhardware.com/speakerh ... Hbadge.php
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Good News Campers

#126 Post by LelandCrooks »

Eminence released new price lists yesterday. Neo's went down. The new prices for drivers are up on my site now. Click "add to cart" to see the actual price.
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#127 Post by djtecthreat »

Hey Leland,

Whats going on with D-Fend? I heard early/mid summer on it, it seems like the project has gone dormant or they're keeping it all behind the scenes.
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#128 Post by LelandCrooks »

Duratex is back in stock finally.
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#129 Post by GrooveFrequencies »

Hey Leland, was just wondering when the jack 12 lite flat packs are gonna be posted. I just bought 2 3012ho's and 4 nsd 2005's, and i'm anxious to get started! :chainsaw:
4 19" wide tuba 60 Lab 12 loaded (for sale)
2 GC25AK's
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#130 Post by LelandCrooks »

After a very long dry spell, Duratex is back in stock.
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#131 Post by sine143 »

woohoo, any word on 3015lf recone kits? (I know you probably have a very low demand for these).
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1x bastard XF208

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#132 Post by LelandCrooks »

I just haven't had the bucks to invest in anything for a while. Been in a cash flow problem due to growth. After things settle a bit I'll probably get some back in stock. It's one of those items that it takes a year or two to move.
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#133 Post by sine143 »

i hear that. good news is, they are not available ANYWHERE. so you would have a leg up on the competition :hyper:
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2x Tuba 30s delta12lf loaded (gone)
4x Otop12 d2512 loaded
8x t48s (18, 18, 24, 24, 30, 30) 3015lf loaded
2x AT (1 mcm, 1 gto 804)
2x SLA Pro (dayton pa6, 6 goldwood piezo loaded)
1x bastard XF208

2x OT212 (delta pro 450a loaded, eminence psd)

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#134 Post by LelandCrooks »

I'm currently in Sherman Oaks, CA. If anybody wants to meet just pm me your phone number. We'll try to work it out. I'm here til Monday, then it's on to Seattle/Bellingham.
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#135 Post by LelandCrooks »

Exciting new stuff at SpeakerHardware.
Beyma Speakers
They make some drivers with astounding output and quality. I have not assessed them for BFM cabs.

New changes to the BFM flatpacks. From experience with other flat packs all BFM flatpacks will now come at a minimum with pocket screw construction on the internal panels. Anywhere we think you can reach during construction that's helpful will assemble with a pocket screw. It's easy and fast. Does not change in any way Bill's construction sequence or flow. Some will come biscuited on the external panels for easy alignment. No pocket screws on externals, they'll destroy your router bits unless you pull them. After construction is completed you wouldn't be able to get to them.

And not up yet, American DJ products. I've been asked many times to add lighting to the site. Here it comes. It will be a week anyway before I get the category and product info up on the site.
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