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08:50 Jul 13, 2008
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English to German translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Music / DJ Equipment
English term or phrase:booth amp
Connection diagram of a mixer - I know what the Booth is, it's the place where the DJ does his job, what's the German expression for it?
And this links into my other question - I'm not allowed to put the term here since "efreitag" believes this is not in line with the ProZ regulations - but I really need the two terms explained to me in context.
If this question is going to be removed as well because of this comment, I will complain to a moderator! I was merely thinking practical here, hence I put both terms as I need them in relation to each other, not separately!
Booth amp = Booth-Verstärker, House Amp = Master-Verstärker, these terms were used in another translation for the same client I managed to get hold of. I wouldn't bank on them to be 100% correct, but they were accepted by the client at the time.
Moderator's note: Two terms are two terms, regardless of your opinion. To make things easier (and for the sake of future MEANINGFUL glossary entries), it is correct to post each term separately. You can still include ALL the context in each question.
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Explanation: Do you need the two terms explained or do you need the German translation?
I think "Monitor" is what would be used in German.
Erik Freitag Germany Local time: 09:56 Specializes in field Native speaker of: German PRO pts in category: 93
Explanation: If you google "booth amp" and google gives your proz question as the top hit, you can be sure, that the "word" isn't even a real English word. So there is no real translation as well.
Problem is, there is no name in German for the booth, that would make people think in the right direction, so I would call it "DJ-Verstärker", as this is what it is.
Niels Stephan Germany Local time: 09:56 Native speaker of: German PRO pts in category: 8