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Beyma 12LX60
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Beyma 12LX60

12" loudspeaker from Beyma .

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Beyma 12LX60Publié le 08/16/05 à 12:53
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I bought 2 of these HP quip small 2-way speakers with engines CP380 / M flag on TD-235 (Beyma too).

In dpart, I have placed in enclosures of 25 liters with the reflex rgl 50Hz. These speakers are too small for this type of HP, I had very little bass. Moreover, the connection with the fever is pnible this HP is not high enough to make a mdium. In fact, the problem is a horrible hole in the response in 700Hz frquence (which do not show the curves provided by the manufacturer) ...

So I remade the forums to see what can give the HP:

Volume of 45 liters, reflex rgl 46Hz. I then a nice mini sub (40cm cube that cot dlivre 94dB from 38Hz. Nice little sub that gives a well tough! But do......
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I bought 2 of these HP quip small 2-way speakers with engines CP380 / M flag on TD-235 (Beyma too).

In dpart, I have placed in enclosures of 25 liters with the reflex rgl 50Hz. These speakers are too small for this type of HP, I had very little bass. Moreover, the connection with the fever is pnible this HP is not high enough to make a mdium. In fact, the problem is a horrible hole in the response in 700Hz frquence (which do not show the curves provided by the manufacturer) ...

So I remade the forums to see what can give the HP:

Volume of 45 liters, reflex rgl 46Hz. I then a nice mini sub (40cm cube that cot dlivre 94dB from 38Hz. Nice little sub that gives a well tough! But do not provide the 600W that allows its coil, 300W is the limit mcanique that he authorizes the Xmax in these conditions ...
It took a high pass filter (crossover) rgl 35Hz (24dB/oct LR) for not having a problem and the sound is really convincing!

HP is a sub that can be used for the studio or possibly for small accessories DJ.

SOUNDS

Does not rise high enough in frquence for use in pregnant full range of quality fitting difficult with tweeter, accident 700Hz, 1000Hz directivity BEYOND.
HP Small for small sub for small place then.

OVERALL OPINION

This HP is intended use SUB, but it is small, it provides little noise.
And the price is not bad dj consquent.
What use do?
For the studio, of course, no problem.
For DJing, it's a luxury because it is limited to a beautiful little space.
For the AP missing compltement level ... 120dB peak in!
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  • Manufacturer: Beyma
  • Model: 12LX60
  • Category: 12" loudspeakers"
  • Added in our database on: 11/17/2005

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