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  • francis18francis18

    I love awesome

    EAW FR 253 HRPublished on 04/09/14 at 10:29
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    use for 1 month we each with 2 subs 850 brand and after you try and buy the nexus ps15 apg DS12S TMS4 they are very powerful and mostly pleasant without acute ie not distort or are screaming this is the PR17 to audax ; they can be used without subs but it takes very powerful amps and I use for my share of Powersoft K3 arapport quality excellent price in value in relation to the nexus ps15 but less is 75 kgs each speaker
  • jordan242jordan242

    excellent speakers sound

    EAW FR 253 HRPublished on 11/08/13 at 06:40
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    1000e + amp BOUGHT crown 3600VZ bought for 1200th September 2012, and we used every 3 times a week in July to August 2013 shows an average of 500 people with Type 650 subs eaw intermittently for shows necessitating the infrastructure they succeed each has such nexus 1000 PURCHASED also of opportunity were rinsed after nearly 20 years of use and Turbosound tms3: they are very powerful speakers 130db of a balanced and non-aggressive sound unlike nexus hp thanks to the medium to audax PR17 number of 2 per speaker which esplique the sound is of poor quality as a high volume + 2 hp rcf for low compression and 1.4 rcf: they can operate bi-amplification but have a nice sound passive grace at very …
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    1000e + amp BOUGHT crown 3600VZ bought for 1200th September 2012, and we used every 3 times a week in July to August 2013 shows an average of 500 people with Type 650 subs eaw intermittently for shows necessitating the infrastructure they succeed each has such nexus 1000 PURCHASED also of opportunity were rinsed after nearly 20 years of use and Turbosound tms3: they are very powerful speakers 130db of a balanced and non-aggressive sound unlike nexus hp thanks to the medium to audax PR17 number of 2 per speaker which esplique the sound is of poor quality as a high volume + 2 hp rcf for low compression and 1.4 rcf: they can operate bi-amplification but have a nice sound passive grace at very advanced filters, I do not voice what range speakers can concurencer but the only drawback is the weight of nearly 75kgs and dimensions but there has wheels The value for money is excellent as are all hp brand in case of problems and ny are not many on the market of secondhand: therefore recommend and I wonder if I'll buy n not after the second sale of equipment in use.
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