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#50110 - 05/30/03 06:30 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
yipean Offline
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Registered: 05/30/03
Posts: 1
Loc: Centennial, CO, USA
I'll say a Room Rumbler (i.e. subwoofer) with 2 - 15" cones, one active, one passive radiator. Priced at $599 would be nice...

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#50111 - 05/30/03 10:15 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
D'Arbignal Offline
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Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 327
Loc: NJ, USA
Or a "Rump Rumbler" that's Outlaw's take on the Bass Shaker.

Jeff

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#50112 - 05/30/03 11:40 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Paul J. Stiles Offline
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Registered: 05/24/02
Posts: 279
Loc: Mountain View, CA, USofA
Rump Rumbler!!!

You must be over 18 to ride this couch.

Paul
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#50113 - 05/31/03 02:04 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
D'Arbignal Offline
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Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 327
Loc: NJ, USA
Quote:
Originally posted by Paul J. Stiles:
Rump Rumbler!!!

You must be over 18 to ride this couch.

Paul


The worst part is that your quarter runs out at the most exciting parts of the movie, and you keep having to fish for change!

Jeff

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#50114 - 05/31/03 10:45 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Paul J. Stiles Offline
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Registered: 05/24/02
Posts: 279
Loc: Mountain View, CA, USofA
I didn't know that!

I'll have to get the optional credit card reader.

Paul

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#50115 - 06/02/03 09:33 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
fmcorps Offline
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Registered: 06/06/02
Posts: 197
Loc: Fargo, ND, USA
Well, since I've already included a "serious" guess...here's the not so serious guess.

The RR2150 is Outlaw's newest nitch product. The Rectal Rumbler.

Yes, outlaw has created a peice of sonic equipment specificaly aimed for the over 60 crowd. The rectal rumbler is an engineering marvel that assists those poor unfortunate souls who find themselves unable to maintain regularity with their delicate functions. Outlaw Audio recognizes that these wise elders may feel strained in their efforts for releife, and have created a unique audio device that will assist them in getting the horses moving again.

The rectal rumbeler is specificaly tuned to 13htz...a tone commonly refered to as "brown noise". This frequency causes the colon of the person seated directly against the speaker grill to resonate as to facilitate the quick and effective removal of the contents of the lower digestive tract.

The innovative features of the rectal rumbler include:
-An Elongated Bowl
-1.6 Gallon Flush
-Chrome Flush Lever
-A powerfull 1250 Watt Amp
-2 15 inc titanium drivers
-A frequency modulation panel to "fine tune" to you or your loved one's colon
-Seat available in natural Maple, Cherry, and white.

I've compiled the secret pictures that I snuck out of outlaw headquarters at this site, enjoy!

http://FMCorps.tripod.com/rr2150/rectalrumbler.htm

[This message has been edited by fmcorps (edited June 02, 2003).]

[This message has been edited by fmcorps (edited June 02, 2003).]

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#50116 - 06/03/03 12:23 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
Paul J. Stiles Offline
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Registered: 05/24/02
Posts: 279
Loc: Mountain View, CA, USofA
Fmcorps,

Some of those photos look vaguely familiar. I think a may have seen them in an Attends or Pampers commercial.

Paul

p.s.

I guess I will have to wait untill the 5th of June. I'm going to the show, so I'll get to see it for myself.


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#50117 - 06/03/03 10:50 AM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
PEANUT Offline
Deputy Gunslinger

Registered: 12/06/02
Posts: 13
Loc: PORTSMOUTH, VA USA
I am also wishing for a Radio frequency Remote with 2150mb capacity, ...of course with touch screen and presets for the 950, at an amazingly low price, like we have learned to love and appreciate from the Outlaws.

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#50118 - 06/04/03 01:33 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
RyanJohn Offline
Deputy Gunslinger

Registered: 06/04/03
Posts: 4
Loc: Boise,ID,USA
Well, I just ordered my 950/755 combo, so I think I should jump into this contest while possible .

The new (R)adial (R)eciever 2150 will definitely be in a class of itself. By taking any measly 5.1 or 7.1 source, you too can upconvert your home theater to the new standard 21 channel ULTRA-MEGA THX. That's right, with 21 channels at 50 W each, you will have the ultimate in pin-point localization, and enough drivers to threaten the neighbors with man-made earthquakes!

The new (R)adial(R)eciever 2150 can work in two modes. The first, (R)adial mode, allows you to literally encircle your seat in evenly spaced drivers. For this mode, outlaw recommends equally sized satellites, with a complimentary subwoofer, or two, or better make that three. For the more "traditional" home theater center, you may use the (R)ectilinear mode. In this mode you will have one center channel speaker, 4 front speakers, 6 side speakers (each side), and 4 rear speakers. This "box" configuration will allow you to truly enjoy "surround sound" like never before.

And just because the outlaws have a sense of humor, the RR2150 will be selling for... you guessed it, $2149.99!

That's a tad over 2k for 21 entire Channels running 50 Watts each!

Preorder now, and we'll throw in 200 feet of new outlaw speaker cable free!

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#50119 - 06/04/03 02:45 PM Re: The Model RR2150 Contest
D'Arbignal Offline
Desperado

Registered: 02/23/03
Posts: 327
Loc: NJ, USA
Quote:
Originally posted by RyanJohn:
Well, I just ordered my 950/755 combo, so I think I should jump into this contest while possible .

The new (R)adial (R)eciever 2150 will definitely be in a class of itself. By taking any measly 5.1 or 7.1 source, you too can upconvert your home theater to the new standard 21 channel ULTRA-MEGA THX. That's right, with 21 channels at 50 W each, you will have the ultimate in pin-point localization, and enough drivers to threaten the neighbors with man-made earthquakes!

The new (R)adial(R)eciever 2150 can work in two modes. The first, (R)adial mode, allows you to literally encircle your seat in evenly spaced drivers. For this mode, outlaw recommends equally sized satellites, with a complimentary subwoofer, or two, or better make that three. For the more "traditional" home theater center, you may use the (R)ectilinear mode. In this mode you will have one center channel speaker, 4 front speakers, 6 side speakers (each side), and 4 rear speakers. This "box" configuration will allow you to truly enjoy "surround sound" like never before.

And just because the outlaws have a sense of humor, the RR2150 will be selling for... you guessed it, $2149.99!

That's a tad over 2k for 21 entire Channels running 50 Watts each!

Preorder now, and we'll throw in 200 feet of new outlaw speaker cable free!


Sign me up! I want one!

Jeff

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