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    haha nice one
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    I love this thread . Everyone has made jokes and then offered some decent advice.

    Humour and Knowledge at the same time. Everyones a winner. The O.P gets his advice and we all have a giggle along the way.

    One thing though, if your set sucks:



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    Quote Originally Posted by laurens View Post
    YES! you got to that before i did.
    as awesome as this song can get on land,
    djtanner highly recommends playing this on a boat
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    DJ Kue from San Francisco did a sweet remix of I'm On A Boat that's quite playable.

    http://drop.io/donnisghosts/asset/th...ugboat-fix-mp3
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    another question i just thought of.
    im thinking about using my samson resolv 80a's as the speakers. do you think they would be good enough for about a 80 or so person party?

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    I rekon they would be enough, not ideal but decent. Tho a sub would be nice addition..... Loudspeakers always are a win for parties (look better as they are bigger 2 ;P).

    On another note since your using monitors DEFINITELY get a hardware limiter to go between your mixer/soundcard and the speakers.... I made this mistake and paid for it with 2 blown tweaters and having to wait 3 months to get my Mackies back ( Still dont have them :'[ )

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    yeh i have a sub aswell,
    was just thinking it would be easier to use my own stuff rather than having to hire some loudspeakers.
    do loudspeakers use an RCA jack? so i can plug it straight into my soundcard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B33SON View Post
    DJ Kue from San Francisco did a sweet remix of I'm On A Boat that's quite playable.

    http://drop.io/donnisghosts/asset/th...ugboat-fix-mp3
    thanks for the track man, i will definatly have to play this during my set, im sure it will make everyone on the boat go nuts.

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