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Phonic MAX1500

Dual-Channel Power Amp from Phonic belonging to the MAX series.

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djemdjem

Phonic MAX1500Published on 11/23/04 at 22:30
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I have my phonic max 1500 for 2 months. I find vraimment well. It is clean, coplet (filter, limiter, protection, ...) sounds good (lack a bit of bass for subs attacked) and no chre!
against it by not holding the 2ohm ILP has power, after 45minute he went on for protection during 2minuit surchauffe.le qualitprix is ​​really good.

if I was to take a amplie in this game, I would rather max 2500 or more budjet QSC RMX

veiled

if issue avoyer mail me
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Dj will - 974Dj will - 974

Phonic MAX1500Published on 12/13/05 at 09:32
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It's been two weeks that I have acquired my Phonic MAX1500.

Various options are available trs apprciable on this device:

- The most basic but useful trs: it is brigeable.

Double protection of pregnant
- Limit Intgr switchable or not to "limit" of the signal (input).
- The high pass filter for protection of the signal output switchable to 30 or 50 Hz (or inactive). The latter can include protection to prevent the spread of low frequencies on satellites for example (my case).

- Spoiled for choice of catch (XLR or phone) and output (terminal block or Speakon).

And many of the pack almost all the common options Modl Amp (peak LED, electrical protection, ignition timing etc...…
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It's been two weeks that I have acquired my Phonic MAX1500.

Various options are available trs apprciable on this device:

- The most basic but useful trs: it is brigeable.

Double protection of pregnant
- Limit Intgr switchable or not to "limit" of the signal (input).
- The high pass filter for protection of the signal output switchable to 30 or 50 Hz (or inactive). The latter can include protection to prevent the spread of low frequencies on satellites for example (my case).

- Spoiled for choice of catch (XLR or phone) and output (terminal block or Speakon).

And many of the pack almost all the common options Modl Amp (peak LED, electrical protection, ignition timing etc ...).

The icing on the cake: Variable speed fan extremely quiet.

I trs along hsiter between the Phonic MAX 1500 and a Boost XPA 500. Both devices taient in my sights a little Boost the most powerful, Phonic slightly better equipped. Today I still do not know what allowed to choose this amp. Maybe the fact that the XPA suddenly disappeared catalogs of over 95% of online retail stores (in a week: success or problem).

Anyway this amp has a good value trs prix.Il quality broadcasts a clear sound baffling, a superb design (last MODEL, see photos in forum) and 2-U rack-mount .

Product idable to engage in the sound system (good qualitprix when a lot of stuff to buy at the same time. Lol). I couple my personal phonic with a pair of Behringer B1520.

I do not regret my choice. That said, with more than I would have taken the budjet of Crest o QSC Audio.
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le-sedanaisle-sedanais

Phonic MAX1500Published on 04/11/06 at 15:54
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- How long have you use it?

2 days I use it with EVPX wharfedale-15

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

he has a good reserve of power

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

Not in my hi-fi amplifier technics

- How do you report qualitprix?

It is very good
an amp that is very powerful for the price

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

yes and no I would take a max am 1500 or 2500

Here is a very good amp for the discomobile I recommend it to all those who want to start this

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the Sedan aka DJ XAV …
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- How long have you use it?

2 days I use it with EVPX wharfedale-15

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

he has a good reserve of power

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

Not in my hi-fi amplifier technics

- How do you report qualitprix?

It is very good
an amp that is very powerful for the price

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

yes and no I would take a max am 1500 or 2500

Here is a very good amp for the discomobile I recommend it to all those who want to start this

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the Sedan aka DJ XAV
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jhrbjhrb

Phonic MAX1500Published on 10/26/06 at 06:12
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Use for 3 months, very pleased with this amp. His impeccable behind Audiophony EH 110. I use 4 ohms 450W RMS into 2 x 2 x avec2 VDSG15 HQ Power 300W RMS and a Behringer Sub B1800X PRO 800W RMS bi-amp behind a VPA2350mb bridged 500W RMS in Mono, it gives a max of all perfect quality with a great sound!

I do it again the same choice, we must say that I did a lot of tests before deciding what gear is left at a very good price / quality ratio for a connoisseur!
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  • Manufacturer: Phonic
  • Model: MAX1500
  • Series: MAX
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 07/26/2004

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Other names: max 1500, max1500, kitsono, , packsono

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