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littlejejelittlejeje

img Stage Line STA-700Published on 01/17/07 at 12:42
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Used for a year, it advised me in relation to the VX700 jb systems because it has more than fishing. I had a little trouble with at first, the fan does not put on the road so it heats and mettai safe. Fast Service (one week) and no worries over it runs smoothly from 20h to 4h but never a movie clip. I had a hifi amp before this model nothing to do but hey, here it's still a real amp sound.
Special feature I like most: several types of output (jack, terminal, Speakon) feature that I have the least fan a little noisy but hey a little music and no longer heard. Not bad value for money (€ 220) but hey ca rest of the little amp (200W RMS into 8ohms) With experience and with the same means...…
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Used for a year, it advised me in relation to the VX700 jb systems because it has more than fishing. I had a little trouble with at first, the fan does not put on the road so it heats and mettai safe. Fast Service (one week) and no worries over it runs smoothly from 20h to 4h but never a movie clip. I had a hifi amp before this model nothing to do but hey, here it's still a real amp sound.
Special feature I like most: several types of output (jack, terminal, Speakon) feature that I have the least fan a little noisy but hey a little music and no longer heard. Not bad value for money (€ 220) but hey ca rest of the little amp (200W RMS into 8ohms) With experience and with the same means yes I return to the same.
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bob86bob86

img Stage Line STA-700Published on 05/26/07 at 12:45
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I use it since September 2005, a product report / quality ireprochable prices.
I use it with a pair of 10 AudioPhony fiesta 250 watts 8 ohms and a pair of 250 watts Farlow mac 8ohms. I made the mobile disco and I'm very happy for price and sound clarity of sound. The qualiter sound power is the ability to connect and are especially price. The criticisms sound starting noise when my hot no one hears more and diode power is strong, my little practice to be read the titles on CD even if I no longer used! I commanc with a bst that was not powerful enough of my his your the blow if it was a remake I do
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val580val580

img Stage Line STA-700Published on 02/06/09 at 13:00
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Use for 6 months with a pair of 250W power boost and a pair of 120w (lol) in parallel. Very robust protection starts as ca degenerates, the sound quality I can not judge is to give my pregnant basic. I do it again this election, but always more powerful ...
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Eric6767Eric6767

img Stage Line STA-700Published on 02/13/09 at 05:38
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How long have you use it?
3 years
- What is so special that you love the most,
very good very good basic amp sound I use with VS153 WARFEDALE back or Titan 12
the least
for now there is no
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
so the boost from Scott and samson
- How would you rate the quality / price?
exelllent
- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
yes without hesitation …
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How long have you use it?
3 years
- What is so special that you love the most,
very good very good basic amp sound I use with VS153 WARFEDALE back or Titan 12
the least
for now there is no
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
so the boost from Scott and samson
- How would you rate the quality / price?
exelllent
- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
yes without hesitation
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  • Manufacturer: img Stage Line
  • Model: STA-700
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 08/18/2008

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