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  • Beyma 18P1000FePublished on 01/18/09 at 00:44
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    I was looking for HP to make a single subwoofer with two satellites. The goal as the compactness without sacrificing the quality of sound, and with a noise level "comfortable".
    After having studied at length the very many caratristiques of loudspeakers, and 18G40 j'hsitais between the latter, but the silent 18P1000 significantly more expensive. However, Mr B. Cord (VERY relying more) made me more than favorable conditions, so I took it 18P1000.
    Use sound versatile.
    Driv by Samson SX2400 bridg systm optimized with a Clio.

    SOUNDS

    Sometimes, however, to reconcile opposing qualities: a true PCHE, large dynamic and still an impressive depth of grave, and within a very reasonable......
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    I was looking for HP to make a single subwoofer with two satellites. The goal as the compactness without sacrificing the quality of sound, and with a noise level "comfortable".
    After having studied at length the very many caratristiques of loudspeakers, and 18G40 j'hsitais between the latter, but the silent 18P1000 significantly more expensive. However, Mr B. Cord (VERY relying more) made me more than favorable conditions, so I took it 18P1000.
    Use sound versatile.
    Driv by Samson SX2400 bridg systm optimized with a Clio.

    SOUNDS

    Sometimes, however, to reconcile opposing qualities: a true PCHE, large dynamic and still an impressive depth of grave, and within a very reasonable volume (145 l). By comparison, 18G50 I also have a bit more performance, but much more typ "instrument". In costing the 18P1000 is incomparably multimdia.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for a year.
    I make the speaker sound hi-fi for over twenty years is undoubtedly one of the most serious of HPs that I used.
    Beyma does more unfortunately, replaced by a model that has Nd he try that one day ...
    EXCEPTIONAL quality price ratio.
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