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Discussion in 'Sound, Music, and Intercom' started by emanueltech, Apr 19, 2004.

  1. emanueltech

    emanueltech Member

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    wat r ur techie sites post them here: Why dont u check mine
    www.essd.0pi.com
     
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    www.blue-room.org.uk - good uk site for school sutdents and industry members aswell. includes information on experiences, lots of advice and its pretty friendly, basically a british version of controlbooth (which can't be bad!). :lol:
     
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    Those are both good sites....I am going to design my own site now. :evil: :twisted:
     
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    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    WOW I FEEL LOVED THAT SITE AVKID POSTED HAS A "Followspot Accessories" PAGE :evil: :twisted:
     
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    I'm getting the Gerber 800 Legend from Wal Mart, it's cheaper there. I had a Leatherman Wave but the Gerber has spring loaded pliers an better locking so I'm switching. Wave is nice though.
     
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    For High School Tech, http://www.hstech.org

    Kevin
     
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    avkid Not a New User Fight Leukemia

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    mbenonis Wireless Guy Administrator

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    Well, this isn't a "techie" site, but it is a valuable resource:

    ProSoundWeb

    Look under the library section for hundreds (yes, I said hundreds) of useful and well-written articles about almost every aspect of sound.

    Also, Shure offers a number of useful guides to professional sound.
     
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    Do note that Tools for Stagecraft's prices are, with very few exceptionsl, the most overly, unjustifably, ridiculously high I've ever seen. As one specific example that I just noted this week, they sell Wavetek's pen style multimeter for $79.95. Wavetek's suggested retail price on this is only $49.95, and most retailers sell it for about $40.

    I'm all for supporting people in our industry, but within reason. Paying 160% of the MSRP, however, is anything but reasonable.

    I was just looking to purchase a Ripoffs brand pouch for my cellphone, and what TfS wanted for it before I paid for shipping was what it cost me including shipping anywhere else I looked.

    There are some things you can only get from them, and some things they do have reasonable prices on, but it is very much a case for "buyer beware"--DO YOUR RESEARCH BEFORE BUYING THERE.
     
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    Go on then !! Might as well promote my own.

    Ukslc.org - http://www.ukslc.org - The Uks only sound and lighting community, news. reviews and more.

    Forums too !! : http://www.ukslc.org/forum
     

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