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nicosla nicosla
Publié le 01/09/07 à 19:51
I use it always around 4 years
I like his imposing strength (we notice right away that it's good stuff)
the bad point is its weight 18kg and the price (everyone does not € 500) but it is a very good investment
never had to worry about completely satisfied
I would do without hesitation that choice
opportunity in ca would really really worth
on this
I sell mine for € 250 because I go into configuration HOME STUDIO

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of AMP YAMAHA XS250:
The power amplifier Yamaha XS250 is a low-impedance model, designed for use with standard speakers sound.
. In addition to delivering a very clear and precise, high-performance amplifier can withstand use in difficult conditions are, which is essential for business applications.
Amplifier 2 x 250 W 4 Ohms, 2 x 170 W 8 Ohms, 500 W 8 Ohms Bridge.

The XS250 is equipped with high-cut filters and low-cut configurations for bi-amp with subwoofer.
- Inputs and XLR terminals, banana plugs and outlets in terminals.
- Dimensions: 480x132x319mm, 3U.
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