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xav69 xav69
Publié le 07/25/11 à 09:45
Pregnant high efficiency, high quality sound particularly effective on songs and voice, but also percussion.
It is very warm, has a bandwidth that does not require the sub for small concerts.
The enclosure can serve as a return, a condition not to over-expand the scope of the flag might "attack" the artists.
very insensitive to feedback, she is at ease both on small benefits or quality is paramount, as larger audiences or couple to allow a sub to fully exploit and take advantage of the scope of the pavilion.
I have 4 and soon four more, I amplifies them with a crest and a crown CE2000 cc2800, allow me to have 8 to set up an array of 4 EM15 by side, coupled with sub 4 (2 on each side suport the EM15. 2EM15 The stack would be about 15 2EM, filtering the one below it to be active in low-medium (45 ~ 250Hz) and the top one fullrange (45 ~ 20kHz)
When the sub to them would be filtered to 25/30hz 80/90hz.
I look forward to set up!
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