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Electro-Voice Sx300

Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinet from Electro-Voice belonging to the Sx/SxA series

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Electro-Voice Sx300Published on 05/02/14 at 23:33
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I bought 8000Francs (1220 €) in 1998 (there are 16)
We also had the SX200 (same invoice)
it sounds.
Clear
Very Net.

The only downside fragility of acute tubal.
Having broken several, it was installed a fuse (A MUST DO to save sensitive).

Front bars back on the big stages.
Of course this is only a 12'' I do not pass in the bass drum and bass.
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dj remydj remy

Electro-Voice Sx300Published on 10/05/13 at 05:25
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Brand loyal ELECTRO VOICE for more than fifteen years (S 200, SX 500) before and after having the FCR and also JBL EON among others, I have nothing but praise for the quality of the speakers that have never disappointed me.

Solid and with excellent sound and a very good opening flag, they are perfect for mobile disco and more.

The mids and treble are clear and powerful.

Only downside (yes they must have a default anyway! (Lol), they must be accompanied by substantial reinforcements low for everything to be perfect!

I wanted to leave to go to the new ZX range amplified but basically I think I'll keep a little and see if the new lines are so real that!

In any case, I...…
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Brand loyal ELECTRO VOICE for more than fifteen years (S 200, SX 500) before and after having the FCR and also JBL EON among others, I have nothing but praise for the quality of the speakers that have never disappointed me.

Solid and with excellent sound and a very good opening flag, they are perfect for mobile disco and more.

The mids and treble are clear and powerful.

Only downside (yes they must have a default anyway! (Lol), they must be accompanied by substantial reinforcements low for everything to be perfect!

I wanted to leave to go to the new ZX range amplified but basically I think I'll keep a little and see if the new lines are so real that!

In any case, I recommend this brand to the quality / price / longevity unmatched!
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pulvoniumpulvonium

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Electro-Voice Sx300Published on 02/05/13 at 05:32
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Bought a pair of SX300 in 2004.
Mainly used in concert.
Flawless finish.
Big performance. Gives the best of herself with an amp correct.
Accurate sound voices. Corrections agree.
I can bring them with tailor-made covers. A € 30 cover, my speakers are nickel remained despite the years, it's worth it!
I was advised at the time of purchase to save to buy this high quality equipment rather than buying midrange cheaper. Given the quality and durability, I would do an excellent choice.
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GabicheGabiche

What dynamics!

Electro-Voice Sx300Published on 03/19/12 at 03:16
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I came across a very good deal: two pairs of SX300 for 210 € each.
Knowing the seriousness of this brand and reputation of this forum, I did not hesitate for a second.

Amplified by an Intel L2400, these speakers have a fishing impossible!
The sound is clear and precise.
The Medium is beautiful: it is the strength of this speaker.

However, it merits a slight correction to lower the level of the medium for good measure.
Highs are not aggressive purposes.
The bass is largely correct, but the bass is somewhat lacking. This is normal at the same time as it is the 12 ".
You could say it would take a subwoofer in addition to...…
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/ The notice will be completed as and when. /

I came across a very good deal: two pairs of SX300 for 210 € each.
Knowing the seriousness of this brand and reputation of this forum, I did not hesitate for a second.

Amplified by an Intel L2400, these speakers have a fishing impossible!
The sound is clear and precise.
The Medium is beautiful: it is the strength of this speaker.

However, it merits a slight correction to lower the level of the medium for good measure.
Highs are not aggressive purposes.
The bass is largely correct, but the bass is somewhat lacking. This is normal at the same time as it is the 12 ".
You could say it would take a subwoofer in addition to above 80 hz.
But if the room is not too large, it is enough.

On electronic music, it sounds clear and round!
On jazz, the SX300 is splendid: the medium, the medium, the medium!

It is essential to have against the rest of the audio chain as follows:
- Sound mixer: the Allen Heath Xone 62 is punchy. On an entry-level console, breath sounds.
- The quality of the audio source must be correct: the highest quality MP3 or WAV in my case. This speaker is really accurate, as would be the Sennheiser HD25, each defect is apparent.
- An amplifier correct: in this case an Inter-m L2400, with a margin that allows a large dynamic.

Overall, I recommend these speakers.
They have a rather typical, but if you like this color, they are for you.
Obviously, if you prefer the speakers "very low, low medium, many acute", it's not this one it will choose.
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  • Manufacturer: Electro-Voice
  • Model: Sx300
  • Series: Sx/SxA
  • Category: Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 07/23/2003

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