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Roland SPA-240
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  • Roland SPA-240Publié le 11/11/05 à 09:39
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    I used this amp for several years in the 80's and his successor (under Reference SRA 2400) in every way possible, I Posed four: 120W x 2 300W into 8 ohms mono.
    What I liked most, silent (no fan), its a huge, clean, neutral, dynamic, seamless protection, never failed in five years of use. The least are the hot (and therefore the initiation of protection) when stacking the amps (convective cooling). The problem is solved by breaking the two-rack I Posed.
    The value for money was average (expensive to buy).
    Having taken over the business, with experience if I find one now OCCAZ I buy it now, for small sound systems or services.
  • Roland SPA-240Publié le 03/13/06 à 05:59
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    This amazing amp is indestructible: I use it for more than ten years, I bought a used misra, so he probably has full twenty years.
    We did not specially mnag: it was used in a few years back amp, now he is on vacation: I use the house. I did not mount the volume because he is not that hot, it's the neighbor!!

    He therefore rsist all, even the short-circuit output protection is effective trs.
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