Clinton Drive-In

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Clinton Drive-In

Clinton Drive-In

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Taken on: June 22, 2005

Uploaded on: July 19, 2011

Exposure: 1/15 sec, f/5.6, ISO 400

Camera: Canon Canon EOS 10D

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KenLayton
KenLayton on July 19, 2011 at 9:21 am

That is the sound equipment rack.

KenLayton
KenLayton on July 21, 2011 at 10:32 am

The panel with the toggle switches was for turning on and off the sound feed to individual ramp speaker wiring in case of a short circuit. For example, if someone knocked over a speaker post on ramp number five and shorted the wiring, the sound would go dead to the entire field. Then the projectionist would flip the ramp five switch off which would restore sound to the rest of the field. The “field boy” would tell those parked on ramp five to move to another ramp.

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