Roy Vogt tests DNA Prototypes

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Roy Vogt tests DNA Prototypes

Postby LaneOnBass » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:34 pm

Continuing with the videos from Operation: NASH BASH, here's Professor Roy Vogt, checking out the cabs, using a pair of electrics, and an electric upright.

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Re: Roy Vogt tests DNA Prototypes

Postby mbonsall » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:47 pm

I want the 112's!!

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Re: Roy Vogt tests DNA Prototypes

Postby TheBottomLine » Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:17 pm

:D 8-) :twisted: :o

Yep Roy gets the quote of the day !
I think I'm going to +1 on it !

Those 10's are :arrow: :arrow: but I think I want the 12's too
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Waiting for a new Amp , it's going to be soooo worth the wait !


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Re: Roy Vogt tests DNA Prototypes

Postby ProDigit » Thu Apr 29, 2010 12:51 pm

It seems they all like the lowend, staying a few tens of seconds on the low string :D

Those 12's seem interesting indeed, and from the way I heard it sound very smooth too.
No bumps in volume as he slid up and down the upright.

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Re: Roy Vogt tests DNA Prototypes

Postby LaneOnBass » Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:34 pm

Definitely correct on both counts... they love bottom, and no bump.

One thing you should know is that the 12s have been used for over 40 hours, while the 210 has less than 8, the 410 less than 3. Here's why that's important:

Remember all that discussion back in the day about breaking cabinets in? Yeah, I don't do it, either...not the point. ;)

David points out that, break-in or not, it takes 50-60 hours for a speaker to really get its voice on... and a big part of that is in the bottom end. The way he put it is that, by the time you've hit 50 hours or so, your tuning drops a note or two.

Yeah, that's a very non-technical way of putting it. I'm a non-technical guy. That's why I hang with David. 8-)

Anyhoo... you can expect even more impressive bottom on the 10s when they've been beat on a bit more.

Last night, I used the 112 for rehearsal... and we don't do quiet (except in terms of dynamics). One new song has me riding 8ths on a Low D for over half the song... and that little puppy just pumped it out like it was all it ever wanted to do in life! And I wasn't even pushing it... only had 300W to feed it.

I'm getting two. :dance:
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