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QSC PLX1202

Dual-Channel Power Amp from QSC belonging to the PLX series.

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QSC PLX1202Published on 10/15/14 at 08:10
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After 1 year of use in the studio to replace a Audiophony cx 600 that to let go after 8 years running with a pair of Wharfedale twin 12 bit noisy, does not heat, knobs at 2 max setting, connections on a Yamaha MG 12/4, PC, guitar, etc ... These Eyes CD in this range amp next time see the PLX 1104, but at an affordable price secondhand, overpriced nine ...
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  • Manufacturer: QSC
  • Model: PLX1202
  • Series: PLX
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/30/2004

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Other names: plx1202, plx 1202

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