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  • dj remydj remy

    THE GOOD MATOS!

    Electro-Voice Sx500Published on 10/08/13 at 15:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very good speakers that the 500 SX!

    Very good opening flag!

    Already a fan of the brand since the ELECTRO VOICE famous "suitcases" S 200, their tone, strength and endurance I went there with closed eyes by buying these speakers, fortunately larger than heavy.

    I have nothing good to say and if you find the opportunity, do not hesitate, take them!

    I did run with a 901 amp CREST FA pefectly.

    The only downside to these speakers, light and relative lack of bass offset by a rich midrange and treble sound always clear (audio signature of the brand).
    At the same time I also had a pair of SX 300 and the paradox is that the SX 300 gave the impression to send more than their two older …
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    Very good speakers that the 500 SX!

    Very good opening flag!

    Already a fan of the brand since the ELECTRO VOICE famous "suitcases" S 200, their tone, strength and endurance I went there with closed eyes by buying these speakers, fortunately larger than heavy.

    I have nothing good to say and if you find the opportunity, do not hesitate, take them!

    I did run with a 901 amp CREST FA pefectly.

    The only downside to these speakers, light and relative lack of bass offset by a rich midrange and treble sound always clear (audio signature of the brand).
    At the same time I also had a pair of SX 300 and the paradox is that the SX 300 gave the impression to send more than their two older sisters especially in the bass, a roof, right? Maybe also because they worked with SX 300 amp EV P1200 which, without being especially powerful as CREST, however, was a more recent generation of amplifiers.

    Having been tired of lugging my duty every Saturday night to go to the same restaurant, I sold there has 5 years these SX 500 restorer who always work without concern;

    When I told you that this is good stuff!
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  • didout13didout13

    exelentes pregnant

    Electro-Voice Sx500Published on 01/16/12 at 08:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    J I use these speakers 3 years
    testing systems have j b52, AudioPhony acute15, nsx ..
    a speaker who has a sell fishing and very good quality.
    The price is high but the quality and robustness are.
    I do it again the same choice without eSite, d besides, I can not find after the equivalent of selling. with regret, of course.
  • tony on-linetony on-line

    Electro-Voice Sx500Published on 04/10/05 at 09:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - In operation since + or-10 years. (Park SX300, SX300A, SX500)
    - Very versatile for applications nbreuses (scene returns, rule, diffusion facade ...)
    - Excellent performance, quality of its homogne, relatively compact and very well made ... Nanmoins, it is prferable complete the system with Subs.
    - I used all of nbreux Systmes DIFFERENT (Nexo, EAW, ElectroVoice ...).
    - In this price range is a high quality product very reliable and robust.

    - 100% satisfied!
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