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  • Laurentdj23Laurentdj23

    Very good amp

    Synq Audio Digit 1K0Published on 03/13/14 at 01:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 2 years, it is on my head, very compact and lightweight for power and sound quality it gives. The price / quality ratio is pretty good. I highly recommend this amp!
  • glcorgglcorg

    Discover

    Synq Audio Digit 1K0Published on 09/28/12 at 09:06
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    I've had three months to conferences or small parties, I use it with DAS or DS12 DS8

    I have the Crest and QSC PLX, some want to compare with the Amcron Synq, let logic is like trying to compare a BMW performences with DACIA, each book has its uses, it is why is longer crashes with a BMW DACIA

    Most about this amp is the weight, raktage 1U, good connectivity, well soldered printed circuit (I opened to see) and especially the price

    Least a lack of clarity and smoothness compared to my PLX and fan noise

    This is a good quality / price ratio for an amp in this range, for my use, I would do the same choice
  • dakota10dakota10

    Lightweight and powerful

    Synq Audio Digit 1K0Published on 10/20/10 at 11:55
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    hello, I used for 9 months and I can tell you it s got before costaud.j AudioPhony cx 600, dpa lem 300, celestion 300 and inter m dj 700, am in class and thus the feature that I love most c is class switching electronics, Weight 3.3 kg, the power at 4 ohms 550 w rms and the yield of 100 db.le value for money is excellent for 315 euros c is the top, I plug on peavey xt 500 , 250W RMS into 4 ohms or peavey pro 12 in 4 ohms, the sound is super round, advises small, put the two potentiometers 12 hours and half to finish amp to advise and listen in the store ...





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    hello, I used for 9 months and I can tell you it s got before costaud.j AudioPhony cx 600, dpa lem 300, celestion 300 and inter m dj 700, am in class and thus the feature that I love most c is class switching electronics, Weight 3.3 kg, the power at 4 ohms 550 w rms and the yield of 100 db.le value for money is excellent for 315 euros c is the top, I plug on peavey xt 500 , 250W RMS into 4 ohms or peavey pro 12 in 4 ohms, the sound is super round, advises small, put the two potentiometers 12 hours and half to finish amp to advise and listen in the store ...





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