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JBL SF25Published on 07/31/07 at 12:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use these speakers for almost a year.
I love the most:
style simple enough but has under the hood> aperoit is just the hps serious below the grid.
the form: these speakers are a form lgrement trapzoidale which for me is idalie
sound: it is mainly for a recess that the achte, I did not notice this stuff trs goal but I like the sound what gives, and it is not prcis aggressive, without distortion, the bass is good Submitted recess and I never had to push for the big bass sound.

the -:
the coating, if you count lugging it will soon have to invest in wheels and corners mtalliques because the carpet is quickly dcolle.
size, banging a pregnant 40kilos at once is less enjoyable......
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I use these speakers for almost a year.
I love the most:
style simple enough but has under the hood> aperoit is just the hps serious below the grid.
the form: these speakers are a form lgrement trapzoidale which for me is idalie
sound: it is mainly for a recess that the achte, I did not notice this stuff trs goal but I like the sound what gives, and it is not prcis aggressive, without distortion, the bass is good Submitted recess and I never had to push for the big bass sound.

the -:
the coating, if you count lugging it will soon have to invest in wheels and corners mtalliques because the carpet is quickly dcolle.
size, banging a pregnant 40kilos at once is less enjoyable than two subs and two heads several times.

the famous report qualitprix:
for a person knowing what it is for me achte trs good, for once, jbl is a foul for quality and a price that stick well.

I do it again this choice:
yes
Despite the volume consquent, their height can avoid carrying around his feet and give it allows avoid carrying around a sub with the amp that follows. basically their default is a little of their quality.
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JBL SF25Published on 08/13/07 at 03:06
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Hello I'm using these speakers for a band that is about fifty performances a year. Coupled amplifier has a yamaha P 490 is 3500 watts into 4 ohms.
we are both big rooms and small 1000 people just lowering the volume or the outdoors.
rendering is very good although the bass and treble clear medium present accurate.
the only least I can say this is the weight but need to know what you want with them because you can do anything. I am a drummer roland electronic drum
you name it sounds techno funk to rap musette.
In the past we were shooting with good stuff less powerful when near the bottom there was a distortion, a bottom right now if everything remains clear need clear and......
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Hello I'm using these speakers for a band that is about fifty performances a year. Coupled amplifier has a yamaha P 490 is 3500 watts into 4 ohms.
we are both big rooms and small 1000 people just lowering the volume or the outdoors.
rendering is very good although the bass and treble clear medium present accurate.
the only least I can say this is the weight but need to know what you want with them because you can do anything. I am a drummer roland electronic drum
you name it sounds techno funk to rap musette.
In the past we were shooting with good stuff less powerful when near the bottom there was a distortion, a bottom right now if everything remains clear need clear and precise.
For three years they turn: no worries, they are in a utility trimballées never had a failure.
Conclusion: material quite decent for the price. I would do if I had the choice they have more of a scene without fear because they are neither too large nor too small.
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  • Manufacturer: JBL
  • Model: SF25
  • Category: Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 12/25/2004

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