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  • Nonoo16Nonoo16

    The t.amp Proline 2700Published on 02/14/08 at 03:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought a proline t-amp 300 for the sub 1000watt I bought rcemment. I have finally pretty utiliss in 4 with 350watt that I used for 8 years. (By the way if it is a bad ide thank you for telling me )

    Six me without problem. TRs good sound. No heaters or any clips noted.

    I gradually mount as the weeks up to keep it 7-8 on 10 for a month.

    I had a heater and a good feel good clips hot There's 15 days and found that the fan not turning over. I have referred this week at thomann and I replaced it with another identical one I had on another sound system.

    I will let you juice for the quality of the sav. And my adventures with my two amps if you have INTERESTED. Despite this small inci…
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    I bought a proline t-amp 300 for the sub 1000watt I bought rcemment. I have finally pretty utiliss in 4 with 350watt that I used for 8 years. (By the way if it is a bad ide thank you for telling me )

    Six me without problem. TRs good sound. No heaters or any clips noted.

    I gradually mount as the weeks up to keep it 7-8 on 10 for a month.

    I had a heater and a good feel good clips hot There's 15 days and found that the fan not turning over. I have referred this week at thomann and I replaced it with another identical one I had on another sound system.

    I will let you juice for the quality of the sav. And my adventures with my two amps if you have INTERESTED. Despite this small incident I am happy with my purchase trs. To see if the Repair Tool will be taken or not taken as collateral ...

    Quote: just when I reoit j'crivais the lines of a text message telling me the thomann expdition a package. I'm off on their site and I have a pending order 0:

    Price per unit total amount

    One pice WERKSTÄTTE Reparatur
    item #: 133446
    Repair fee t.amp Proline 3000 (serial # XXXXXX) 0.00 EUR 0.00 EUR

    One pice WERKSTÄTTE TXT
    item #: 133448
    Amps t.amp Proline 3000 0.00 EUR 0.00 EUR

    One pice WERKSTÄTTE TXT
    item #: 133448
    Renewed 2x Ventilator, Wind stearing Repaired, Test OK, back to customer. 0.00 EUR 0.00 EUR

    One pice WERKSTÄTTE TXT
    item #: 133448
    RMA 17156 0.00 EUR 0.00 EUR

    25 pice WERKSTÄTTE TXT
    item #: 133448
    Thomann, Arbeitseinheiten WARRANTY 0.00 EUR 0.00 EUR
    shipping, rahtimaksu, Frakt, freight, cargo, carrying 0.00 EUR
    Total price: 0.00 EUR

    I sent back There's less than three days ... they are patant rapid ...
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  • illyesillyes

    The t.amp Proline 2700Published on 08/16/10 at 18:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)


    * For how long have you been using it?

    2 months free party on subwoofers (so under conditions not always on top, dust etc.).

    # Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    Yes, HPA A5000, intermediate series M and L, QSC, Crown MT2400, original MP400, AudioPhony CX-old Dynacord, t amp series TA and E boost, mac mah name it!
    Seriously the proline series has nothing to envy some of the amp I would even say that the crush on the bass / sub

    * What thing do you like most/least about it?
    The best: it heats not a hair! the low frequencies are very good using a proline 3000 to 4 copies RCF ESW 118 equipped 18s801 and I ordered a second model but below this time (2700) for my …
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    * For how long have you been using it?

    2 months free party on subwoofers (so under conditions not always on top, dust etc.).

    # Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    Yes, HPA A5000, intermediate series M and L, QSC, Crown MT2400, original MP400, AudioPhony CX-old Dynacord, t amp series TA and E boost, mac mah name it!
    Seriously the proline series has nothing to envy some of the amp I would even say that the crush on the bass / sub

    * What thing do you like most/least about it?
    The best: it heats not a hair! the low frequencies are very good using a proline 3000 to 4 copies RCF ESW 118 equipped 18s801 and I ordered a second model but below this time (2700) for my 4-H ag Audio SW 118 original meaning 4 46cm overhead front and rear ended filtered digitally.
    Seriously this is awesome ... frequencies higher level I have not tested but I think it's good for big tractor bass, I would opt more for the HPA on the top of the spectrum for the last time I had amplified Fertin not need .

    Cons: the weight of course! Attention is very heavy! LEDs signal, which indicates the incoming signal and not the outgoing signal, it's pretty boring and really bad ...

    * What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    Simply unbeatable!

    * Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
    Ba yes, I just received a second.

    I put a good score but 10 in this story led indicator is really annoying ....
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