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Boost PX 600

Dual-Channel Power Amp from Boost

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Boost PX 600Published on 07/10/05 at 01:00
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I did not really find default, manufacturing is correct (looking collection outdoor), looks very solid, apse weight (20Kg), possibility of the rack ( 2U if I remember correctly). The only default that I found is the sound of his ventilos, a breath. But I made good use specially enough, I used to play guitar. I use Amplitube on a Mac, and I drive the output to the amp, which is connected to two speakers MC352 (Boost). I can not really criticize the product because I know nothing about the sound.

Good qualitprix, pay 400, with the pair of speakers is the low end, but enough for me.

Edit (June 2005): I was playing in a group, has allowed guitarists to play without lugging the amp, you...…
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I did not really find default, manufacturing is correct (looking collection outdoor), looks very solid, apse weight (20Kg), possibility of the rack ( 2U if I remember correctly). The only default that I found is the sound of his ventilos, a breath. But I made good use specially enough, I used to play guitar. I use Amplitube on a Mac, and I drive the output to the amp, which is connected to two speakers MC352 (Boost). I can not really criticize the product because I know nothing about the sound.

Good qualitprix, pay 400, with the pair of speakers is the low end, but enough for me.

Edit (June 2005): I was playing in a group, has allowed guitarists to play without lugging the amp, you plug a V-Amp, or a laptop, and then voila.
I do not play in groups, both solo, as a system that was unnecessary. Also the sound of the speakers is crap. I therefore am spare.
But I still say that for beginners with sound, the amp seems to me correct, on the other hand for speakers, look elsewhere.
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simsapsimsap

Boost PX 600Published on 02/02/07 at 10:57
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I used it for 2 years
it an advantage, it does not heat, but it does not heat because the powers are really announced cans (2x250 rms): I measured the amp with a small clip, it consumed just over 1.13 If one amp I remember so well the clip, we have a total power of 260 watt. So taking into comtpe performance is really fall far from the 500w announced.
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Dj2007Dj2007

Boost PX 600Published on 04/30/07 at 08:35
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Before being resident dj I used the boost px-600 to make the annimation (evening students, marriage ...) frankly for the price it is thunder, high Fidler couple of good speakers can make it vibrate a 200m2 room is comfortable and some I gladly recommend anyone who likes good sound for not too expensive!!
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  • Manufacturer: Boost
  • Model: PX 600
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 08/11/2008

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