CLR Cab?

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  1. Clint Martin

    Clint Martin Well-Known Member

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    Out of curiosity what happened to it?
    Did sales not justify a Neo II version?
     
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    Clint Martin Well-Known Member

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    I meant the cab version, not the wedge version.
     
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    Jace Nuzback Senior Member

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    Ah, yes the wedge version was MUCH more popular so the cab version was discontinued.
     
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    My only grip about the wedge version (I have 2 Neo Mk II's) is the angle is assuming you want to stand right over it. On a small stage that's perfect, but in my rehearsal space and bigger stages or rooms I much prefer a 'long throw' type angle. Easy solution that works just fine is to use a towel roll and place in under the far end to allow for a better cross room dispersion. My 2 cents!
     

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