Jack

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  1. Hi. Well, the group of ~25 people are doing a multi-day workshop that includes meditation, movement exercises, dream analysis, and an exercise called "high-intensity" sound, which is program material (ah, Hindu chant, World beat, type stuff) played at high volume and is used as a form of directed meditation. Participants are usually stationary, maybe lying on the floor for this. Think "hippy stuff" and you'll get the flavor. %^). Trance dance is close. The difference being that high-intensity sound has the participants stationary or near stationary.
  2. Thanks, this looks great. Budget is still being worked, which could be a blocking factor. The reasoning behind four speakers is this gives participants more options in being close to/away from speakers in the room (think floor exercise / meditation with high sound intensity levels). Thanks for your suggestion.
  3. I have a speaker problem: specifically I need to transport a system to Costa Rica via a short-hop plane flight so size and weight are critical. The speakers (I'm assuming four) have to be capable of supplying reasonable fidelity sound at fairly high volumes. (for an exercise called "high intensity sound"). Not rock concert level, but definitely loud. (sorry, I don't have a number). Requirements: small, reasonably light, capable of high volumes in a, say, 40 foot by 40 foot room. Cheap and/or rentable would be good. As a reference: the group currently uses a pair of small vintage Klipsch speakers and a pair of Sony "roady" style speakers driven by a 4-channel 100 Watts per channel amp. This system is fine, but hard to fly with. Thanks!