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Jensen C12N

12" loudspeaker from Jensen .

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Linn SondekLinn Sondek

I love it.

Jensen C12NPublished on 10/30/13 at 06:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Dj owner of a C12Q the report qualitprix I just unheard advantage of a good opportunity for acqurir big brother baptized C12N Ceramic Vintage.
His Superior performance (98.4 against 93.9 DB) and power handling of 50W (35W for C12Q) for the technical side and the superlative quality of C12Q me amen acqurir this mod the "dop.
I mount this HP Palmer in a cab I can not say how much he excels. Gnreuse its size and rigidity allow the HP Mount to express themselves better.
This cabinet serves me with a combo Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and heads Ampeg GVT15H and Marshall Class5.

SONORITS

Compared to C12Q, C12N brings more bodies, mdiums a warmer coat (without dcoule doubt that the name...…
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Dj owner of a C12Q the report qualitprix I just unheard advantage of a good opportunity for acqurir big brother baptized C12N Ceramic Vintage.
His Superior performance (98.4 against 93.9 DB) and power handling of 50W (35W for C12Q) for the technical side and the superlative quality of C12Q me amen acqurir this mod the "dop.
I mount this HP Palmer in a cab I can not say how much he excels. Gnreuse its size and rigidity allow the HP Mount to express themselves better.
This cabinet serves me with a combo Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and heads Ampeg GVT15H and Marshall Class5.

SONORITS

Compared to C12Q, C12N brings more bodies, mdiums a warmer coat (without dcoule doubt that the name "Vintage") bass much deeper and loses some of the analytical restitution of "little brother."
But clean sounds are fabulous precision and definition of the spectrum. Here again marriage to the head Ampeg -a wonderfully drisoire- a price reaches perfection.
With OD pedals or Disto, LP and I get exactly the sound I love: a great sustain, perfect Contrle bass frequencies, rich, warm and mdiums harmonics coming out all alone. The grain is still beautiful without roughness.
The bridge pickup sounds like my LP'57 never dnu any aggressiveness.
The dynamic is not left and right hand play allows a multitude of shades.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I possde lot of HP's: Governor Eminence, Eminence Man O War, Celestion V30, Jensen C12Q and therefore this C12N.
Jensen is fast becoming my favorite, followed by nearly all the Governor.
I absolutely love everything about this HP that does not suffer any weakness. Its balance seduced ds premires cheeks notes and the richness of its stamps is another of its strengths.
A 88 in nine, the report qualitprix seems to me perfect. And no doubt I achterai immediately if this avrait necessary.
Note that the Hot Rod Deluxe appreciates the particulirement in complment the origin of Eminence for the respective performance of the two speakers is very close, which is not the case with C12Q.
Love it!
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Linn SondekLinn Sondek

I love it.

Jensen C12NPublished on 10/30/13 at 06:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Dj owner of a C12Q the report qualitprix I just unheard advantage of a good opportunity for acqurir big brother baptized C12N Ceramic Vintage.
His Superior performance (98.4 against 93.9 DB) and power handling of 50W (35W for C12Q) for the technical side and the superlative quality of C12Q me amen acqurir this mod the "dop.
I mount this HP Palmer in a cab I can not say how much he excels. Gnreuse its size and rigidity allow the HP Mount to express themselves better.
This cabinet serves me with a combo Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and heads Ampeg GVT15H and Marshall Class5.

SONORITS

Compared to C12Q, C12N brings more bodies, mdiums a warmer coat (without dcoule doubt that the name...…
Read more
Dj owner of a C12Q the report qualitprix I just unheard advantage of a good opportunity for acqurir big brother baptized C12N Ceramic Vintage.
His Superior performance (98.4 against 93.9 DB) and power handling of 50W (35W for C12Q) for the technical side and the superlative quality of C12Q me amen acqurir this mod the "dop.
I mount this HP Palmer in a cab I can not say how much he excels. Gnreuse its size and rigidity allow the HP Mount to express themselves better.
This cabinet serves me with a combo Fender Hot Rod Deluxe and heads Ampeg GVT15H and Marshall Class5.

SONORITS

Compared to C12Q, C12N brings more bodies, mdiums a warmer coat (without dcoule doubt that the name "Vintage") bass much deeper and loses some of the analytical restitution of "little brother."
But clean sounds are fabulous precision and definition of the spectrum. Here again marriage to the head Ampeg -a wonderfully drisoire- a price reaches perfection.
With OD pedals or Disto, LP and I get exactly the sound I love: a great sustain, perfect Contrle bass frequencies, rich, warm and mdiums harmonics coming out all alone. The grain is still beautiful without roughness.
The bridge pickup sounds like my LP'57 never dnu any aggressiveness.
The dynamic is not left and right hand play allows a multitude of shades.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I possde lot of HP's: Governor Eminence, Eminence Man O War, Celestion V30, Jensen C12Q and therefore this C12N.
Jensen is fast becoming my favorite, followed by nearly all the Governor.
I absolutely love everything about this HP that does not suffer any weakness. Its balance seduced ds premires cheeks notes and the richness of its stamps is another of its strengths.
A 88 in nine, the report qualitprix seems to me perfect. And no doubt I achterai immediately if this avrait necessary.
Note that the Hot Rod Deluxe appreciates the particulirement in complment the origin of Eminence for the respective performance of the two speakers is very close, which is not the case with C12Q.
Love it!
See less
»

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  • Manufacturer: Jensen
  • Model: C12N
  • Category: 12" loudspeakers"
  • Added in our database on: 11/18/2005

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