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Lab Gruppen C 68:4Published on 01/25/09 at 14:46
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It has now been 8 months since we changed our amplification system Meyer he was at the orgine amplified by Crown Mactro-Tech.

I am on the East Series C in lab gruppen because it is cheaper than the FP + Series for the same characteristics except that all connections are made on terminal (XLR and HP) this point I do not mind being given that our system on the connectors used are HP's EP5 (ie patch required)

the sound of these amps is very pretty, very fair, very dynamic

compared with the macro tech:
the medium high / medium are much better qualitbr /> the bass is more accurate and punchy
one can only note the difference in rendering quality between the two amplifications
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It has now been 8 months since we changed our amplification system Meyer he was at the orgine amplified by Crown Mactro-Tech.

I am on the East Series C in lab gruppen because it is cheaper than the FP + Series for the same characteristics except that all connections are made on terminal (XLR and HP) this point I do not mind being given that our system on the connectors used are HP's EP5 (ie patch required)

the sound of these amps is very pretty, very fair, very dynamic

compared with the macro tech:
the medium high / medium are much better qualitbr /> the bass is more accurate and punchy
one can only note the difference in rendering quality between the two amplifications
with these amps the sound is clear and ar and all instruments take their place.

the vesion 68-4 provided under 4ohms 4 x 1700W / 4 x 1200w 2ohm sub and 8ohms

I could compare this amp with Powersoft K series, I prefried the top of the spectrum on lab, and their bass, fuller and addictive

this series is the least expensive home lab gruppen, but it is not on the quality of amplification stages or the food that has been the economy.
So we find out all the benefits and qualities that have made the reputation of the mark

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  • Manufacturer: Lab Gruppen
  • Model: C 68:4
  • Category: 4-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 02/20/2006

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Other names: c 68 4, c68 4, c684

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