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RCF SUB 705-AS
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RCF SUB 705-AS

Active subwoofer from RCF belonging to the SUB series.

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ikaramkhanikaramkhan

Excellent product RCF SUB 705-AS

RCF SUB 705-ASPublished on 12/19/18 at 22:21
I am Black Magic Specialist. I Started using this product in December 2017. I like its application very well. They are really well & Excellent. Its really amazing product. I really appreciate its working & do refer it to my colleagues as well. It just change my life as well.
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nicolabongnicolabong

Excellent addition to the series Art-3

RCF SUB 705-ASPublished on 09/26/14 at 04:54
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How long have you use it?

I'm using it now since one good month

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

Yes a lot of housing, whether it's as good as the excellent (L-acoustics, nexus, etc ... But in liabilities).

What thing do you like most and least?

The pros:
In sound, it is clear that low does not drool, we get to have a punchy sound and round the same time.
This is a very good addition to my 312A
Ability to filter the sub and satellites or not (handy to decongest satellites).
Lightweight and compact.

The -: Lack of wheels for moving. I had to buy an additional small skateboard to move without killing my back, even if it is really light for a box.......
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How long have you use it?

I'm using it now since one good month

Have you tried many other models before buying it?

Yes a lot of housing, whether it's as good as the excellent (L-acoustics, nexus, etc ... But in liabilities).

What thing do you like most and least?

The pros:
In sound, it is clear that low does not drool, we get to have a punchy sound and round the same time.
This is a very good addition to my 312A
Ability to filter the sub and satellites or not (handy to decongest satellites).
Lightweight and compact.

The -: Lack of wheels for moving. I had to buy an additional small skateboard to move without killing my back, even if it is really light for a box.
The volume level is very strong result, the increase in the volume knob is quite short (though I go out of my console 3dB).

How would you rate the quality / price?

To have bought used at 530 €, I'm really delighted. Moreover, lapping was done carefully by the first owner, so no trouble to do I think of the future.

With experience, you do again this choice?

Already possess 2 Art-312A, it was either the 705AS 905AS either, but I did not have the budget for new, at that price, I think it's a great investment.
So, if you find occasion, be careful running-if it was done correctly.
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xabibassxabibass

very good

RCF SUB 705-ASPublished on 01/29/14 at 07:22
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Very good box that I used for years, there is now better technology (requires) but takes
yet the road and offers good bass who type well (38 forces)!
No reliability problems for me even if just used sporadically.
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Les TuilièresLes Tuilières

Very good sub, good sound, high quality

RCF SUB 705-ASPublished on 08/31/13 at 00:23
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How long have you use it?
4 months

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Manufacturing quality. The sound quality and the high-pass which allows to "unclog" my satellite speakers filter.

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
One model, the Bose L1 box associated with the system II.
And also many other big subs on different scenes that I do not have the details, but that is not to be compared £.

How would you rate the quality / price? Good, quality is at the rendezvous.

With experience, you do again this choice? ... Yes, without hesitation.

I used to sound in a North Stage 2 keyboard. Prior to the acquisition of the sub, only good......
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How long have you use it?
4 months

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Manufacturing quality. The sound quality and the high-pass which allows to "unclog" my satellite speakers filter.

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
One model, the Bose L1 box associated with the system II.
And also many other big subs on different scenes that I do not have the details, but that is not to be compared £.

How would you rate the quality / price? Good, quality is at the rendezvous.

With experience, you do again this choice? ... Yes, without hesitation.

I used to sound in a North Stage 2 keyboard. Prior to the acquisition of the sub, only good headphones allowed me to appreciate the tonal resources of NS2, I was frustrated with speakers alone. Now, without even having changed satellites, the same sat + sub allow me to find "outdoors" rich soundscapes Swedish keyboard.

To get the sound right for me, I sat in equal positions the speakers to max out the treble and bass on mini (there are only Low and High on these models). I place on the sub Xover 120Hz. Max volume on the sat (outside). Volume on the third scale for 705AS. And there is ecstasy! First time I get to listen without headphones a piano or EP worthy of the name.
I can not imagine what it will when I can add to the Sub 310A from the same manufacturer.

A small defect there permanently as tiny explosions (noise made at low frequencies) that agree when the sub receives no useful signal. It does not bother me for that matter. If it does not not breath, almost.
It would have been helpful if the AC outlet (male) is controlled by the switch. Thus, there would be a button in order to turn on all the speakers. But it is a very small detail.
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  • Manufacturer: RCF
  • Model: SUB 705-AS
  • Series: SUB
  • Category: Active subwoofers
  • Added in our database on: 06/28/2005

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