I bought 2 scrims.

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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Mixy, Post your need list
Someone will make you a deal from the forum
I have skrims new never used
Don,t forget you need stands for the skrim
For sure you do need stands. We have 2 that we've had for many years that lock in so once you set the height it stays at that height.
 

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That's my partner and right now I don't have a GF. I was talking to a lady and we met up once, then this situation happened.
I was talking to a girl at Wendy drive thru. She might be my girl friend but, she told me to leave . Would that be an situation ??
 

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Peavey 2000 amp
Was it the Classic 2000 or the IPR 2000? How much did you pay to ship it?

I think what Steve is trying to say is you could buy something more efficient at a lot lighter weight. You're only getting 500-600 a side at 4 ohms roughly with that amp and it's heavier than the average powered speaker

From the last paragraph of the first article I put above

Peavey has an enviable rep for building road-tough gear, but the good-sounding PV 2000 may be even better suited to a permanent install, where accessing the rear-mounted controls would be less of an issue and the unit’s weight no issue at all.
 

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Was it the Classic 2000 or the IPR 2000? How much did you pay to ship it?

I think what Steve is trying to say is you could buy something more efficient at a lot lighter weight. You're only getting 500-600 a side at 4 ohms roughly with that amp and it's heavier than the average powered speaker

From the last paragraph of the first article I put above

Peavey has an enviable rep for building road-tough gear, but the good-sounding PV 2000 may be even better suited to a permanent install, where accessing the rear-mounted controls would be less of an issue and the unit’s weight no issue at all.
Mix called it a classic so I assumed the big boat anchor version .. just another mismatched piece of the "I want to be a big-time promoter" puzzle.
 

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Mix called it a classic so I assumed the big boat anchor version .. just another mismatched piece of the "I want to be a big-time promoter" puzzle.
I assumed that too but you never know
 

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Was it the Classic 2000 or the IPR 2000? How much did you pay to ship it?

I think what Steve is trying to say is you could buy something more efficient at a lot lighter weight. You're only getting 500-600 a side at 4 ohms roughly with that amp and it's heavier than the average powered speaker

From the last paragraph of the first article I put above

Peavey has an enviable rep for building road-tough gear, but the good-sounding PV 2000 may be even better suited to a permanent install, where accessing the rear-mounted controls would be less of an issue and the unit’s weight no issue at all.
No shipping charge. We got it from my friend who is a DJ for less than $60.
 

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Deal? Not even...
Drive to Massachusetts, quarantine yourself for 14 days and then help me clear out my storage unit.
I'm already here. What's in storage?
 

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Deal? Not even...
Drive to Massachusetts, quarantine yourself for 14 days and then help me clear out my storage unit.
Bob will let you stay in his basement to quarantine...Bring your partners and their Girlfriends it will be like a vacation in PA without the hotel charge ;)