Event Electronics TR8

TR8, Active Monitor from Event Electronics in the TR series.

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Pc68 04/21/2003

Event Electronics TR8 : Pc68's user review


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LED tmoigne of power
The connection is complte: jack, XLR and RCA jack and symtrique in asymtrique
knob for a gain (20dB)
35Hz to 20kHz Rponse
No correction frequency drives
Tweeter 1 "woofer and 8"
> 108dB of sound pressure
Good quality manufacturing
Aesthetics pleasant
Nothing special at all, but no gap either


I wanted the speakers 'clean', not too flateuses in the low frequencies, as is often the case today (styles popular forces). I have the choice prciser stores in the region did not allow an exhaustive comparison (and in addition, it takes time!), So my opinion is to compare Alesis Monitor One MKII, to Behringer, the Samson ...
I t surprised by the enjoyable sound quality of these speakers. Why? No fuss mdiatique of the mark, little known in France. The sound is clear, prcis with a - lgre - advanced high mdium, but excs. The bass is Submitted, without increasing sound. Ms. APRS a MUCH longer, you come out with no feeling of "overflow" as is the case with the Behringer for example. I'm not talking about Alesis, which are frankly out of play
Although the population tested is not standard, but for now these are the ones who have the ear tap ... more


Next to that I could listen, stay on this choice: Good recovery of cost, not too low Submitted, generously dimensioned power. What is lg is that in the boxes there was no power cable (yes, really!) And the doc is not translated (but hey, you start s 'to do).
I bought this pair of speakers 760, price seems to me consistent with the sound quality and the quality of manufacture.