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emmdubemmdub

Martin Audio ICT 300Published on 10/18/04 at 00:35
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I use this system for about 7 years for orchestra (four five musicians). (Ict300 in head and ics400 in subwoofer.
I normment meeting concerns regarding the Lower Rumbles, on stage.
But I use a Qualizer but when you fall too serious, they will become non-existent in the front and continue to turn as the rear of the stage
Someone would have a solution to correct this default?
My @ mail address: edubois_35@yahoo.fr

Thank you
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-jb--jb-

Its super

Martin Audio ICT 300Published on 06/19/12 at 08:37
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Bought a week ago two for the top 300 ICT and two for ict 300 sub.

Before I had two Warfedale EVP-S15 MKII Thomann and two back.

What I like most is the sound, one is in martin audio. It is powerful, clean and solide.Personnellement I do not feel the lack of acute often announced. I raise my right slightly to Equal 10kh.
The problem is that Martin no longer makes the hp and there is no equivalent. So if it breaks we must find another opportunity.

Excellent value for money I paid 500 euros all.

I will ever be the same choice without problem. …
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Bought a week ago two for the top 300 ICT and two for ict 300 sub.

Before I had two Warfedale EVP-S15 MKII Thomann and two back.

What I like most is the sound, one is in martin audio. It is powerful, clean and solide.Personnellement I do not feel the lack of acute often announced. I raise my right slightly to Equal 10kh.
The problem is that Martin no longer makes the hp and there is no equivalent. So if it breaks we must find another opportunity.

Excellent value for money I paid 500 euros all.

I will ever be the same choice without problem.
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GalettouilleGalettouille

Pregnant very pleasant to listen

Martin Audio ICT 300Published on 06/13/12 at 14:40
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I used them occasionally, especially in restaurants, from 1996 to 2010. It was my first pair of small speakers. I used them with a powered mixer. I rajoutais a subwoofer when it needed more power especially to relieve the unit from the table (2x175w). The processor comes with M1 allows you to add the bass and treble that they lack "naturally". Paradoxically it also limits the bandwidth in the low bass.
They are very neutral (not colored), lack a bit of treble and bass.
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fabrice29fabrice29

Martin Audio ICT 300Published on 04/29/06 at 07:49
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I use it for about 10 years.

The particularity INTERESTED it is these two that make HP all! The sound is warm enough ... I do not have subwoofers, but it takes a really!

I take good three others and a subwoofer to a system that PA 5.1
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  • Manufacturer: Martin Audio
  • Model: ICT 300
  • Category: Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 07/07/2003

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