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  • ElphabaElphaba

    SWR Goliath Jr IVPublished on 11/21/10 at 07:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I was looking for a speaker to complement my Goliath III running on an SM-500. Something more portable but potato ale. I found OCCAZ and went to try it.

    Basically the same as the Goliath Junior III. A PRIORI ONLY!
    Indeed they are now MADE IN MEXICO!

    The Speakon connectors back Neutrick are now branded Workcraft something ... quality is not at the rendezvous. The plastic in a less strong now and when you plug ... it difficult to enter, you must force a bit and when we made the quarter turn it cracks, wondering if they will not break something ...

    The back plate itself is not properly placed! There are around one day! The cut wood is poorly made and the "carpet" is badly cut and badly …
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    I was looking for a speaker to complement my Goliath III running on an SM-500. Something more portable but potato ale. I found OCCAZ and went to try it.

    Basically the same as the Goliath Junior III. A PRIORI ONLY!
    Indeed they are now MADE IN MEXICO!

    The Speakon connectors back Neutrick are now branded Workcraft something ... quality is not at the rendezvous. The plastic in a less strong now and when you plug ... it difficult to enter, you must force a bit and when we made the quarter turn it cracks, wondering if they will not break something ...

    The back plate itself is not properly placed! There are around one day! The cut wood is poorly made and the "carpet" is badly cut and badly stuck here. (Cutting corners are really rude you see the wood)

    The front: The grid is not placed correctly! There is one day in the bottom left while the rest is a flush wood ... I look more closely because this is normal, the firm is not perfectly rectangular!

    After, it looks clean, it's still pretty, do not look in detail what ...

    Tip: It is a bit wider than the Goliath III so it's been lousy in keeping on top ...

    SOUNDS

    I started playing, vibration and crash ... want!?
    I cut the tweeter because I always play without and there ... it disappears ... Poor quality of the tweeter? Rotten wiring? Poor storage magazine (Thomann) or the landlord ... I do not know ... weird anyway ...

    Otherwise, the dynamics of HP and its approximate my Goliath III with less bass anyway ... but always well defined.

    I put 7 in the game without tweeter that remains good match without a Goliath III or a U.S. series.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do not know if all these defects inherent in its new series "Made in Mexico" or if I'm wrong fallen ... In any case very disappointed compared to my Goliath III Made in USA and Son Of Bertha also Made In USA I have tried the same day as the seller had the 2!

    it's still a good material for one little quirk is not on the aesthetic details that uses no Speakon or tweeter (again, unless this is the one I tried that buggy) &% &%&%&%
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