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keke07keke07

HQ Power VDSG 15Published on 03/02/12 at 16:15
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and although it is more or less a 90 euro fund and if you use an amp w rms 180 e time it is already too much of me I burn out the mine while they are VDSP15!! announced that 600 w rms .... my ass as I say (keke07) vdsp15 and for another, buy the limit for the box alone and dreaming what was in it, does not even keep the cable! you change tt by eminence
but 300 euro after the enclosure but hey it's worth it
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tomtom88tomtom88

HQ Power VDSG 15Published on 05/03/05 at 06:24
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I use them for 4 months and its unique enclosure is their amazing Calita oily reponce of their frequency and power "20Hz-20KHz" 300W RMS least their connection Jaks or an XLR connection gripe son would not have been luxury quality / price Exel.
if I were to buy the speakers I will redeem this one
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touchnesstouchness

HQ Power VDSG 15Published on 07/16/05 at 09:22
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Utiliss for a week (about 30h00 dj use with 20:00 on collection outdoor).
They have a good gules, appear strong enough.
But from a lack Speakon jack is not bad either especially since my amp was released in jack.
Dj saw a lot of other models (even high end) before buying and I'm frankly not dcu.
They make much better collection's outdoor and indoor (low rsonnent too closed environment.
I have dj disassemble to see the quality of all: the filters are misrables (despite the quality of sound is honorable and they seems to me that the tweeter / medium is a piezo and does not need to be filtered), the magnet woofer is quite large but most impressive is the magnet tweeter / medium...…
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Utiliss for a week (about 30h00 dj use with 20:00 on collection outdoor).
They have a good gules, appear strong enough.
But from a lack Speakon jack is not bad either especially since my amp was released in jack.
Dj saw a lot of other models (even high end) before buying and I'm frankly not dcu.
They make much better collection's outdoor and indoor (low rsonnent too closed environment.
I have dj disassemble to see the quality of all: the filters are misrables (despite the quality of sound is honorable and they seems to me that the tweeter / medium is a piezo and does not need to be filtered), the magnet woofer is quite large but most impressive is the magnet tweeter / medium that is standard for this type of product.
I have used to tighten the screws on the grip that vibrated.
Report quality unbeatable price I think.
I reffer this choice without problem.
In the future I would replace the filter.
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aymericsonoaymericsono

HQ Power VDSG 15Published on 04/29/06 at 02:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I want to know how much it makes power and I would need an amp for 2 speakers how like this.
thank you
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  • Manufacturer: HQ Power
  • Model: VDSG 15
  • Category: Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 10/01/2004

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