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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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eleanor63 eleanor63
Publié le 12/15/09 à 04:20
I own a 705 + 310A 2 for 1 year.
The set is very homogeneous for a DJ use, however, in order to exploit their heads at max power, together with 2705 is much more balanced.
This sub in 15''is very versatile and fits well with several possible configurations.
The bass are both round and punchy. With a little eq to sound to color as you like and it nikel.
For its weight, we will say that there are more heavy lol but 905 are still much more light to carry. It is familiar.
At value for money, I think it's hard to do better with a minimum of quality ... For all of 2000 to approximately €, you have a pro set: 2 speakers, 1sub, amplifiers, active filters and limiters . Who says better?
It is difficult to do the same thing on a range convenient and passive quality.

I say: Thank you gentlemen FCR!

Of course I would do this choice, I am far from disappointed with the contrary
But the subject will probably one day end up yet ...
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