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Bass Guitar Speaker from Markbass belonging to the New York series.

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    Affordable quality Markbass

    Markbass New York 151 BlackPublished on 08/02/14 at 14:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This subwoofer 15 "HP is a lively same combo" Player school "with a tweeter and more. Visually it differs from the" real "New Yorker 151 HP a completely black. Blackline It belongs to the series thus costs attractive.
    We recover the very small dimensions of "new yorker 151" (it was a criterion for me), the weight is almost identical + 1kg. Cash against it by a lower power, 300 W instead of 400 (more than enough for me).
    The finish is flawless.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is very clear, low well presented. I am not sure there is a big difference with the "real" New Yorker 151 in sound quality.
    I used in combination with a box 2x10 (Ashdown Mag C210 T) and a head 250 Blackline Marbass M…
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    This subwoofer 15 "HP is a lively same combo" Player school "with a tweeter and more. Visually it differs from the" real "New Yorker 151 HP a completely black. Blackline It belongs to the series thus costs attractive.
    We recover the very small dimensions of "new yorker 151" (it was a criterion for me), the weight is almost identical + 1kg. Cash against it by a lower power, 300 W instead of 400 (more than enough for me).
    The finish is flawless.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is very clear, low well presented. I am not sure there is a big difference with the "real" New Yorker 151 in sound quality.
    I used in combination with a box 2x10 (Ashdown Mag C210 T) and a head 250 Blackline Marbass Mark Little. So I have not tried the tweeter in this config, I do not need.

    I have a really very well defined with its own beautiful and full bass, the EQ is almost flat. It makes me a bit bulky and really efficient stack.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The Markbass quality for almost half price. Not be shy. And I do it again the choice was sound, reasonable weight and price that make you fall backwards. Markbass and is virtually the only brand to make subwoofer reduced size and high quality.
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