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Old 25 April 2010, 14:37   #1
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boom box nr the skerries (angelsey)

we had great ribbing from buchan beach out to the skerries on saturday.
nice and calm fantastic day on the sea in and out around the coast line. it was my 1st trip to the brick works. again great bay to anchor up or go ashore to investigate i took plenty of pictures on my phone but after dropping it in the water when retreaving my boat that was the end of that.
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at 1 point a big osprey was behind about 50m away with a quality sound system belting out.
come on who was it and please give me details of the kit on board


sounded great from a distance mate
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Old 25 April 2010, 14:47   #2
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we had great ribbing from buchan beach out to the skerries on saturday.
nice and calm fantastic day on the sea in and out around the coast line. it was my 1st trip to the brick works. again great bay to anchor up or go ashore to investigate i took plenty of pictures on my phone but after dropping it in the water when retreaving my boat that was the end of that.
anyway
at 1 point a big osprey was behind about 50m away with a quality sound system belting out.
come on who was it and please give me details of the kit on board


sounded great from a distance mate
Did it have dark blue tubes and white patches on it?
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Did it have dark blue tubes and white patches on it?
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And a big white ariel on the A frame
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That sounds like my old rib, Osprey Viper Max with a monster sound system installed. I had a large bass box in the Consul, pair of wakeboard speakers on the A-Frame, Speakers again in the Consul all of which were amp'd up and yes it did sound awesome even from a long way off. The consul acted again like a bass box, we had to fit larger vents specificly to get the bass actually out of the consul. Then is was
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That sounds like my old rib, Osprey Viper Max with a monster sound system installed. I had a large bass box in the Consul, pair of wakeboard speakers on the A-Frame, Speakers again in the Consul all of which were amp'd up and yes it did sound awesome even from a long way off. The consul acted again like a bass box, we had to fit larger vents specificly to get the bass actually out of the consul. Then is was
That sounds like a superb setup. Any details on makes of equipment you had?
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humm.. that sound system was pretty coooool!!!

im sure the RB08 racers appreciated top gun in their ears at hurst castle!
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That sounds like my old rib, Osprey Viper Max with a monster sound system installed. I had a large bass box in the Consul, pair of wakeboard speakers on the A-Frame, Speakers again in the Consul all of which were amp'd up and yes it did sound awesome even from a long way off. The consul acted again like a bass box, we had to fit larger vents specificly to get the bass actually out of the consul. Then is was

Was it belting out some George Michael toons?
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Was it belting out some George Michael toons?
Errrrrr noooooooooooo
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