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the box CL 115 SUB
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the box CL 115 SUB

Active subwoofer from the box .

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" The Bos CL 112 SUB Very good product"

the box CL 115 SUBPublished on 03/12/11 at 20:16
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I just made a first party with an amplified SUB The Box CL 112 coupled with 2 Orphean 1001 (the head of 10 inches.

Nothing to say small ultra-compact sub, the sound is fine.

For small contracts of 50 persons: Perfect

For contracts of about 100 people in an area of ​​150 to 200 m2 Two boxes and 4 heads will be perfect for performance.
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the box CL 115 SUBPublished on 08/03/10 at 07:50
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bé good I just made an evening outdoors in front of 100 people coupled with the sub has 2 satellites in warfedales evpx15 ..
can not compare with the stuff I think is a profesional temper.
I can however say that it works very well ..
6 musicians, and dj in the second half.
I did not even put a background ..
3x220w, no need to lug an amp and more.
the bass is well defined and powerful, and sat being discharged Bass
remained clear and defined.
the ability assayed relative to the sub satellite can mix to taste.
if we do not live in the 10th without lift 40kg vraimant are not a problem, just to drive it.
340eu and for my amateur use is not bad at all ..
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bé good I just made an evening outdoors in front of 100 people coupled with the sub has 2 satellites in warfedales evpx15 ..
can not compare with the stuff I think is a profesional temper.
I can however say that it works very well ..
6 musicians, and dj in the second half.
I did not even put a background ..
3x220w, no need to lug an amp and more.
the bass is well defined and powerful, and sat being discharged Bass
remained clear and defined.
the ability assayed relative to the sub satellite can mix to taste.
if we do not live in the 10th without lift 40kg vraimant are not a problem, just to drive it.
340eu and for my amateur use is not bad at all ..
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  • Manufacturer: the box
  • Model: CL 115 SUB
  • Category: Active subwoofers
  • Added in our database on: 12/23/2007

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