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  • comcotcomcot

    Granit Line S12.1Published on 11/19/09 at 17:09
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    4 years. 8 pices shoots in the park by Digam D2004.
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    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
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    The costs: The main strength this forum is the medium: fine, light, dynamic, never aggressive. S12.1 The MK2 is probably one of the best 12-inch fullrange march on this point and goes no problem with legalization. The fever is no history, no wheezing, but lack a bit of momentum. The grave is at, but is not better than APG DS12. Reinforcement is advised (the C2MK2 the same brand is perfect even if it falls qu'45hz) Construction: Solid! A beautiful painting that cash without moisture problem and small impacts. …
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    <ul class="ul">
    How long have you use it?
    </ul>
    4 years. 8 pices shoots in the park by Digam D2004.
    <ul class="ul">
    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
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    The costs: The main strength this forum is the medium: fine, light, dynamic, never aggressive. S12.1 The MK2 is probably one of the best 12-inch fullrange march on this point and goes no problem with legalization. The fever is no history, no wheezing, but lack a bit of momentum. The grave is at, but is not better than APG DS12. Reinforcement is advised (the C2MK2 the same brand is perfect even if it falls qu'45hz) Construction: Solid! A beautiful painting that cash without moisture problem and small impacts. The bill bnisterie is excellent with a finish at the top level (adjustments, matrial). In addition, The systems of suspension are Designed for use in bumper
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    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
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    Other speakers similar in our fleet are: - APG DS12 (shoots by MA2401: more homogne (coaxial QED), more neutral, but my music got less (but still top). - DAS DS12 (shoots by PLX2402), more dynamic, but more aggressive. The grave down below. A notch below for more difficult operating.
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    How do you report qualitprix?
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    Good. Not give (around 900-1000 in 2009), the MK2 is little diffuse S12.1 (except in the south of France and the United States). It's almost a pregnant mconnue over REFERENCE APG, Nexo (even if there is no 12 'in their lineup), Martin Audio, etc.. But its quality is comparable and the price is a little more COMPTITE.
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    Without hsiter, because they never of me (easy in all circumstances, no fault).
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  • vincent62731vincent62731

    A WONDER

    Granit Line S12.1Published on 08/06/10 at 11:56
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    I used (2) for 4 years for the animtion evenings. driven by a Crest CA6, personally I have never been so satisfied! !
    A medium bright, clean, powerful without being aggressive! an acute craiard not at all, in short, the speaker possess!
    Much less: THE SERIOUS! ! not present at all, somewhat similar to the APG DS12. . .
    But this is still very good as his!
    should be the same in 15 mm f: S15.1 may be lol

    I would do without hesitation that choice!! 10/10 despite weak bass! !
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