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  • Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

    During my recent trip (12/12-12/20) to WDW, I noticed something very distressing. In almost all attractions at the Magic Kingdom with audio-animatronics, you could hear them (audio-animatronics) clanking around. This was a major problem with:
    Pirates of the Caribbean (ecspecially during the Wench auction)
    The Country Bear Jamborree
    Carousel of Progess

    I noticed hints of this problem on:
    Splash Mountain
    Jungle Cruise(in the temple, I sometimes could hear the snakes moving)

    I didn't go int the Hall of Presidents, so I can't speak about it's audio-animatronics.

    Am I imagining things, or are the MK's audio animatronics falling apart?

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    Re: Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

    I haven't been to WDW in a long time, but in DLR the AA's in the Tiki room clackety clack as loud as ever, even though the DL Tiki Room underwent a major (with a capital M) refurb just a few years ago.

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      Re: Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

      I enjoy the clacking in the Tiki Room! Actually, I enjoy the clacking overall. I think it's fun and funny!
      It's actually "Cars Land", not "Carsland".

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      • #4
        Re: Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

        The audio in the Country Bear Jamboree is horrid. During the first 5 minutes of the show you will not be able to hear a thing if you are sitting in the back. The audio could stand to be cleaned up a little bit. It doesnt need to be squeaky clean but it's needs to be good so we can actually hear the dialogue and the music evenly.

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        • #5
          Re: Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

          Originally posted by fkurucz View Post
          I haven't been to WDW in a long time, but in DLR the AA's in the Tiki room clackety clack as loud as ever, even though the DL Tiki Room underwent a major (with a capital M) refurb just a few years ago.
          I was in DL's Tiki Room this summer, and I didn't notice too much clacking, I may not have noticed any.

          Originally posted by ghosty4 View Post
          I enjoy the clacking in the Tiki Room! Actually, I enjoy the clacking overall. I think it's fun and funny!
          Clacking to me is bad, it takes away from the false realism of the audio-animatronics. Anything that harms an illusion=bad.

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          • #6
            Re: Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

            Metal on metal = noise.
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            Originally posted by Phonedave
            Well, if your parents can't teach you, maybe you can learn from a taser.

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              Re: Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

              Originally posted by WDW Monorail View Post
              Metal on metal = noise.
              Well, they certainly shouldn't be so loud.

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              • #8
                Re: Kingdom of the Loud Audio-Animatronics

                I didn't notice any of the clacking on our recent trip to WDW.

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