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Dj elie Dj elie

«  JBL is good! »

Publié le 05/27/10 à 13:54
used in a pro for 4 years, 150 shows performed. tried the Bose 802, Nexo, Turbosound, L acoustics, ATELIER33 and Audiophony.

very good fishing, excellent sound reproduction, provided they have a string Premium Sound that goes with the speakers, for example I had a mixer and low-end I found the treble screaming, I put a RODEC, devennu sound is at the top, very round and with such clear Freevox, electronic components are HP JBL found on models of the brand much more expensive ... amp referance to these speakers is the Crown XLS602, perfect balance between the two .. j'égalise with 2x31 Klark Tecnick, ca pushing very hard, far and the sound is clear with little distortion at high power, Awesome.
They are manufactured and assembled in the USA JBL

Cheap carpet finish
for the price I have never seen such a result is unbelievable ...
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