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

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  • camocamo

    QSC PLX3002Published on 12/22/05 at 00:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this amp for 1 month.
    Immediately and a full condition for 8 hours.
    I am satisfied with this product, it is well done, well done, and absolutely no falling in the lower on the contrary! I use it on four heads Turbosound impact80 + ​​a Sub, and he alone is doing very well. It does not heat casi no.
    I had one cares but me has changed a portard of the left channel which when set to 32dB (40x) mute the sound, set a 31 DB gouache back.
    I think a poor standard of the knob, plus has a mechanical failure of this one.
    A brief description of knowing that even a new car the same day of purchase an item may not work very well ... right now I do not bowl too lool.
    Overall it's a really…
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    I use this amp for 1 month.
    Immediately and a full condition for 8 hours.
    I am satisfied with this product, it is well done, well done, and absolutely no falling in the lower on the contrary! I use it on four heads Turbosound impact80 + ​​a Sub, and he alone is doing very well. It does not heat casi no.
    I had one cares but me has changed a portard of the left channel which when set to 32dB (40x) mute the sound, set a 31 DB gouache back.
    I think a poor standard of the knob, plus has a mechanical failure of this one.
    A brief description of knowing that even a new car the same day of purchase an item may not work very well ... right now I do not bowl too lool.
    Overall it's a really good amp, despite its switching power supply there is still quite heavy, because really full of good stuff on the inside. It comes to be rack at the back also to support it if no other device does not support underneath. To say that all was well thought of but one thing!

    One complaint! the Speakon terminal blocks are too close which prevents good turn Speakon to secure them. Basically, the fingers of a woman called to connect the Speakon

    Gouache there really, I zipped over a four and ca is hell, not even clips!
    Otherwise there is a series of DIP in the back to set the limit anti clip, the filter 30 or 50 Hz, bridge mode / mono / stereo ect.

    Last thing, the power is forced. It runs slowly but means.
    So in a studio using forget ...
    Then the speed varies with the power granted.
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