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Published on 02/19/05 at 10:58
Features poustoufflantes at first. Very well finished, just tap the eye look. Ventilation very well designed to accomplish.

Too bad there before the LED on and clip. All rglages are behind, and the wind and the Power button. Complte connectivity.

SONORITS

Curve fairly neutral but hot trend, stro picture perfect. Its soft (silk tweeter, not titanium) Detailed dynamics. No ear fatigue, easy qualiser, powerful.

If you only mix of charley, forget, choose a more aggressive tweeter.

Lightweight breath and a certain sensitivity to radiolectriques parasites. Positioning can be difficult because of the rear wind.

NOTICE GLOBAL

In this price range is the ones I have chosen it a year ago and if i was in the same scenario I would resume the same. I cost nearly all models available on the French market. But I stress, here as elsewhere, it is also a matter of taste and competition really good products.

If you take in more than the Fostex. Take fewer by Samson.

Each speaker possde his personality and should connatre upon the mix. It is therefore necessary to have several pairs to arbitrate without crying after (Tapco / Yamaha / Fostex / KRK / Dynaudio / Genelec has no shortage of good things).

Especially for those who want to make personal coutes and ultimately their "stro" daily, you will jump for joy (happy neighbors).
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