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Publié le 10/11/06 à 05:27
-I have been using a can over 2 years now
-The particular feature I like most: the Power dlivrvoir sheet below) The system is compact and trs trs performance!

Like all products & b audiotechnik I love the trs is a balance. All rgl is noon on the consoles. The sound is trs trs trs clean and dynamic.
The system is composed of two C7 C7-TOP 4 and C7-SUB + 2 d & b P1200A amplifier or audiotechnik The D12, for me it is 2 P1200A.

Speakers: 15 "/ 1.5"
Power (1 m) with D12 / E-PAC: 138 / 134 dB-SPL
Power handling (RMS / peak): 200 / 800 W
Rponse in frquence (-5 dB): 68 Hz - 18 kHz
Dispersal area (H x V): 75 x 40 CD
Speakers / Canal D12: 2
Dimensions mm (HxWxD): 580 x 580 x 620
Weight: 52 kg

The quality-price report trs Excellent product is indestructible!
-With the exprience I refer this choice without hsitation!
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