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  • armando54armando54

    Hpa Electronic A2800Published on 01/07/14 at 10:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Quickly good amp, it works hard with my CG7-15p, I had a concern for a moment, he did not at least once lit nothing came to pregnant working, once opened, then closed again blew in, it works again .
    I hope it will last much longer.
  • gaga702gaga702

    Hpa Electronic A2800Published on 06/07/09 at 06:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello

    I possde this amp for some months.
    Contrary to the opinion I like the Previous button are large and simple and the buttons not being seen ten times in the evening no soucy, amp well ventilated.

    it is true that weight is the bte, but it works great, good quality sound,
    I use it with 2 speakers Wharfedale DLX 15, bought the pack B.corde also thank you for the advice I'm really pleased.

    I had some amps before but not this power, I had the mac and mash mah less well known.

    I think it's a good price and quality I would do this choice willingly.
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    Hello

    I possde this amp for some months.
    Contrary to the opinion I like the Previous button are large and simple and the buttons not being seen ten times in the evening no soucy, amp well ventilated.

    it is true that weight is the bte, but it works great, good quality sound,
    I use it with 2 speakers Wharfedale DLX 15, bought the pack B.corde also thank you for the advice I'm really pleased.

    I had some amps before but not this power, I had the mac and mash mah less well known.

    I think it's a good price and quality I would do this choice willingly.
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  • neurolythiqueneurolythique

    the heavy!

    Hpa Electronic A2800Published on 03/26/11 at 16:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello to all AF, very good amps AC hits hard and long, it says, has cleverly used, although it supports the load but it does not surpass such CREST or QSC-on plan.
    That said at this price ........ I'll buy a Tate !!!!!!!!!!!
    Its good to all!
  • tibitbtibitb

    Very happy .....

    Hpa Electronic A2800Published on 12/12/10 at 12:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    So I buy this amp on the advice of my dealer, because I own jbl jrx125, or there was a crown xls602, so the crown after 1 year of death listed on a grill, although the major brands, with that the Chinese crap in, and indeed the hpa look at crown obtains more bass, it is much less crillard, and that is happiness ....





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