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B.corde Chiltone CG7-400xV2
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    B.corde Chiltone CG7-400xV2Published on 08/31/07 at 08:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I will be as fair and as objective as possible.
    I use these speakers since July 31 to replace old Jamo HiFi CD Power 35. Amplified by a Yamaha MX50 of 2x125 Watts RMS also HiFi (Class A), they serve me reproduce the sound of my DIFFERENT keyboards, synths, rhythm boxes and arrangers as well as listening to music CD since I am home for personal use.
    No comparison with my Previous speakers, the sound is powerful, punchy, clear and prcis, never garish. All this BREATHE! Have a live CD and you find yourself in real time just before the scne!
    Be sure to position them as I find them quite directives. In my case, I have surlev 50cm and slightly inclined towards the rear.
    Gots and the color…
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    I will be as fair and as objective as possible.
    I use these speakers since July 31 to replace old Jamo HiFi CD Power 35. Amplified by a Yamaha MX50 of 2x125 Watts RMS also HiFi (Class A), they serve me reproduce the sound of my DIFFERENT keyboards, synths, rhythm boxes and arrangers as well as listening to music CD since I am home for personal use.
    No comparison with my Previous speakers, the sound is powerful, punchy, clear and prcis, never garish. All this BREATHE! Have a live CD and you find yourself in real time just before the scne!
    Be sure to position them as I find them quite directives. In my case, I have surlev 50cm and slightly inclined towards the rear.
    Gots and the colors do not talk much these speakers sr but I will tell you that I bring corrections gnrales paramtrique equalizer via a high-end Sony: I increase still a little low frequencies, the decrease systmatiquement mdiums and rarely corrects the treble. L I love the sound power of 10!
    The only point that ngatif n 'nothing to do with the quality of the audio hardware for the determination of four rubber feet. Indeed, the screw type "wood or chipboard" screws directly into the enclosure dessrent or turn in a vacuum. Nothing really but it's still mchant dsagrable to have nine Submitted dj such problem. Warning! I do not want gnraliser and I may be an isolated case. Just a quick wink S. Corde it to improve the setting: Use a tapping sleeve type insert for soft woods or agglomrs to the amliorer Resistors tear of the screw . (I do not have a solution MRIT fixing because it is my mtier!)
    Finally, the ratio quality price is unbeatable and I would do without this choice hsitation. In addition, when such equipment j'achte, I attach great importance the speaker before me, the human contact. You will not be with the S. Corde who combines professionalism, service and courtesy. In short, someone you can trust.
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