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Eden Amplification D210XST
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Publié le 12/20/06 à 06:08
Technical specifications:

Power Handling 500W RMS
Frequency Response 30Hz - 14KHz
Sensitivity 103dB SPL
Impedance 4Ω or 8Ω
Dimensions 23wx 18hx 18.5d
Weight 59 LBS

I use it with an Eden WT 600W amp to amplify my bass and my bass

I was looking for a cabinet "full range" powerful, uncompromising level but its easy to carry for small scne (bass / bass), and coupled with David 410XLT for scnes greater.

SOUNDS

The rponse trs is neutral, fast, clear and Retailer. The volume of the tweeter can be rgl attnuer for splashing into the Aiges.

The bass are trs prcises into the low end (if severe).

The sound is less warm than the XLT MODELS as more neutral. However, we do what we want with a good EQ. This problem no cash values ​​in the extreme low and you can play hard without trs bronchus.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about 1 year, importing U.S. trs as expensive in Europe.

+ Precision / her
+ Quality / robustness

- Weight / height (depth)
- Prices (especially transportation UPS)
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