Used daily for 6 years to amplify a Yamaha DTX v2 midi in EZdrummer.
Given the limited supply of these products, I just enjoyed a coupon to order this product via the net after simple consultation of the data sheet.
I thought long and hard between this model and the model above. My home studio is the use as a leisure and this version is quite powerful. I also hesitate before buying a system with traditional asset returns and I must admit for once that I do not regret my purchase.
Connected in output sound card, speakers recreate the sound of a breathtaking realism. My drummer is crazy ...
The value for money is very correct, as usual with Yamaha.
The bad thing for me: the carpet please the box, the cats love to claw their top ...
I use it for 3 days.
The set is sturdy and well finished trs. I beeps in a piece of 25m2 and that's enough 20w sat.et 50wbasse.A the costs the subwoofer trs is correct, although it filled the sonic space.
The Satellites that fit well into the rack broadcast trs pure sound without coloring.
To locate them, let's say 300 euros in a set mutlimedia (Altec, Logitech or other ..) does not give such a rsultat (I dmonstrateur multimedia products). For I have never done against Comparison with Active Monitors seen recently in this price segment there was competition.
I fully trust and I think yamaha m'tre not tromp.
Connect the DTXPRESS III is something else trsprilleux, I paid the price.
The sounds of a edrum must have a matching amplifier.
Yamaha is one of the few to make a complete configuration for a price rsonable.
it's been two months since I bought this little beast. I say "small" but it's still pretty heavy ... It's nice to know that I paid over 300 euros for something that does not seem made of polystyrene, it's solid ... But like many people, disappointment is not in weight but the volume: 100% it shakes the walls: very good ... but why is meant almost nothing to 50%??
The sound is very good, very good low-bottom: no crackling sounds even with the most serious DTXPRESS III
But I would rather have an amp that leaves a little more room: yeah I prefer an amplifier that saturates, sizzling, rather than an amp that seems restrained to 50% of this capacity ... ... ... .. (Do the accablons it may not be a problem output DTXpress III, it is more than enough to annoy my neighbors ...)
pimbys's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I possde the MS50DR since January 2007 that I use a Roland TD3 KV. The sound is powerful, but the snare is not clear enough when I play with my friends (two guitars with a bass) it's better than the bass amp (30W) I replaced. I note the weight consquent. Good hardware for small REPRESENTATIVES even in a large volume.