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Re: Teslathon/Denver -- Red Rocks?
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Original poster: "Jim Lux" <jimlux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I suspect the only tricky thing is the classic problem with public TC'ing
facility rental costs
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Subject: Re: Teslathon/Denver -- Red Rocks?
> Original poster: "Harold Weiss" <hweiss@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Hey Dave,
> You a stagehand too? They should have a bunch of company switches at 400A
> 208V and a isolated ground box for sound. Lots of power. You could power
> a TTR Model 13M there with no problem. The only factor would be stage
> David E Weiss
> >Original poster: Davetracer@xxxxxxx
> > I think this is a very good idea. How about Red Rocks at night? I'm
> > serious ... I was doing some stuff backstage there for a concert and saw
> > their power connections, they are plenty adequate.
> > Combine some of the most spectacular of nature with most spectacular
> > of Tesla, and remind everyone Tesla worked at Colorado Springs. (Garden
> > of the Gods comes to mind too).
> > The facility just sits there most of the time as a tourist
> > -- Dave