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  • Dan75017Dan75017

    Mac Farlow NEON 801Published on 01/26/06 at 04:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just bought the 801 and frankly NEON Pack 2 APRS accessories no problem.
    I'm really happy to rev the power and the quality of these speakers. But I had 300 people with a sound to an amp. Spark NA2600 ... At that price I'm really in your exact tonn.
  • djplusdjplus

    Mac Farlow NEON 801Published on 04/23/06 at 11:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Trs trs good speakers especially powerful ...
    I recommend
  • NitrofaceNitroface

    Mac Farlow NEON 801Published on 07/22/06 at 03:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I will be brief,
    I have a rock band that sends puree and 801 user I am of the opinion that there is people who want the cake and butter, or n'on no concept of money the speakers are 801 double bowl of 38, guys! Stay down to earth, we're not all candy son, they have an unbeatable value for money, believe in my experience as a nosy, to 189 euros, are better for small budjets ...
  • BenjisunBenjisun

    Mac Farlow NEON 801Published on 03/09/07 at 08:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Blah blah blah ...
    a friend had. Well already we should not expect a quality sound with piezo tweeters
    and "compression" slamming after 2 to 3 serious use.
    connected to a large qsc we cram filters o after 4 hours without pushing the outer limits of a good but when you see the size of the cables inside and the small filter s made in taiwan, the terminal is fragile ca Fear ...
    Brief ki stuff is worth what k'il the cash is not a shit and looks solid but requires O least one filter change, cables and speakers from acute to become interesting.
    keep your brief in c except for the week of festivities Titus home if c not worth it.
  • GabicheGabiche

    Mac Farlow NEON 801Published on 08/04/07 at 06:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    You are more of a beginner to start the sound, with low budjet, you tell yourself that the speaker first prize will be sufficient.
    You will find these speakers, billed by 180 per piece, you ca parrait suitable.
    However, these speakers merritent simply not exist.

    Why?
    These speakers are equipped with speakers of what is lower-end. Ie the piezo. The piezo by itself (when it is in good manufacturing process), can give her a proper. But in this case, they give her an execrable because of their poor manufacturing ("imitation" Motorola).
    That's not all. The boomer himself, made from very fine steel, and coils and often under-dimensioned suspension will give a sound, if we can talk abou…
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    You are more of a beginner to start the sound, with low budjet, you tell yourself that the speaker first prize will be sufficient.
    You will find these speakers, billed by 180 per piece, you ca parrait suitable.
    However, these speakers merritent simply not exist.

    Why?
    These speakers are equipped with speakers of what is lower-end. Ie the piezo. The piezo by itself (when it is in good manufacturing process), can give her a proper. But in this case, they give her an execrable because of their poor manufacturing ("imitation" Motorola).
    That's not all. The boomer himself, made from very fine steel, and coils and often under-dimensioned suspension will give a sound, if we can talk about her, bad. Generally, the first component has slammed into a chamber of low-end sound.

    All chmilblick will give her a very bad, which saturates at low power:
    - Acute rough and aggressive
    - Medium trumpet, no soul
    - The low round with no

    The worst thing they dare sell ca 180.
    Besides the features are simply false, or at least, as they may be correct, but no indications in the conditions utiliss are saying.
    It must be regarded as a forum for 600 watts rms and 1200 watts Programs, with a yield of 115 decibels and a bandwidth of 20 to 40,000 Hz "tration."
    Concretely, this forum should be used up to 300 watts (RMS watts are forgotten pipo Programs 100%), with a yield of 95 db 1W/1m and a bandwidth of 80 to 18,000 Hz with a 03 db atenuations.

    The question you're asking now, beginner, is that taking such a price.
    There are a multitude of affordable solutions, forgetting the 2x38 cm unfortunately, but fortunately the quality of winning:
    - The very best speakers of our Parisian B. Cord
    - The EVP-X series of Warfedhale
    - The series of Peavey Pro
    - The RS series of Samson
    - The PA series, TA ... The Box (http://www.thomann.de)
    - The solution of the DIY (ask on the forum, there are people to help you)

    Do not hesitate, if you are in doubt, ask us to come on the forum.
    Even if some people are fed up with aggressive answer the same question, it is preferable to have a good gear that poor quality stuff.
    Do not rely on advice from these forums very ameliorative, even if some people give their views in relation to the report / qualitprix.
    Besides, it parra, I am "not really sound engineer." It is not wrong, but I listened to various speakers from all the cot (Meyer Sound, L-Acoustic, Nexo, Warfedhale TEUs, PRO Peavey, Yamaha, Dynacord, Samson, Turbosound, JBL ...), and I can say that we see much difference with the enclosure between a range of high-end (logic) the quality of sound with these Truks bizaroide emerging a kind of audible sound.
    This notice applies to all speakers very low end of piezo-based (kool sound, Boost ...).
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  • Anonymous

    Mac Farlow NEON 801Published on 03/13/08 at 13:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have a pair for 2 years

    most: it seems davoir a big toy

    the least: the list is long: fragile, the price (for almost 200 euros, will rather see in the pa thomann 502, but then nothing nothing to do), maivaise dissemination of serious hp that saturates even for that slamming push a little (then with a microphone and more attention the disaster, I would not even speak with instruments connected to a console), treble that hurt the ears ....
    The worst is that I can not sell them, I would be hard to sell that to someone ...

    I opted for the JBL JRX, and it's not really the same thing (especially now that the 115 is a 249 euros ....)

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    I have a pair for 2 years

    most: it seems davoir a big toy

    the least: the list is long: fragile, the price (for almost 200 euros, will rather see in the pa thomann 502, but then nothing nothing to do), maivaise dissemination of serious hp that saturates even for that slamming push a little (then with a microphone and more attention the disaster, I would not even speak with instruments connected to a console), treble that hurt the ears ....
    The worst is that I can not sell them, I would be hard to sell that to someone ...

    I opted for the JBL JRX, and it's not really the same thing (especially now that the 115 is a 249 euros ....)

    ééééviteeeer!
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