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  • rataxesrataxes

    THE VERY HEAVY .... what Martin Audio ^ ^

    Martin Audio S218Published on 03/15/14 at 12:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use a system blackline 3 years consisting of 4 heads and 4 H3 S218 and all amplified and processed itself martin audio mainly for evenings in tekno outside and a little room (it takes good room very great because it is the average range). the system has been well and shoot for long periods and not 3 years from zero worries .. (touch wood anyway ^ ^)

    before purchasing this system I have tried many different systems in the evenings, teknival. I had a panel of mark in my line of sight.

    this is a very very beefy system (also heavy blow) the boxes are around 80/90 kg each. the sound is very warm and malgrés his age he démerde very very good compared to its little brothers Noise Control A…
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    I use a system blackline 3 years consisting of 4 heads and 4 H3 S218 and all amplified and processed itself martin audio mainly for evenings in tekno outside and a little room (it takes good room very great because it is the average range). the system has been well and shoot for long periods and not 3 years from zero worries .. (touch wood anyway ^ ^)

    before purchasing this system I have tried many different systems in the evenings, teknival. I had a panel of mark in my line of sight.

    this is a very very beefy system (also heavy blow) the boxes are around 80/90 kg each. the sound is very warm and malgrés his age he démerde very very good compared to its little brothers Noise Control Audio, Void, Funktion One, D & b ...
    of colleagues bossent with D & B (2 system C4 with 2 B2 above) and certe the sound of martin AUSIO is less accurate anyway (it should not Leurer) hence the concert and groups is a little worse but at the electronic music rendering is better with audio martin and it is much more robust.

    The pros:

    - Power and sound pressure at the appointment
    - Robustness
    - Good range
    - Good precision

    the -:

    - The volume and weight


    having bought all the system amps, processor, cables for 11 000 euros (I know it is cheap but I have not been release to buy the system I waited a good secondhand several years) so the value for money is very good and I do it again the same choice as I expand the system into account in purchasing.
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  • JG/audioJG/audio

    Martin Audio S218Published on 08/06/11 at 15:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I never have these subwoofers but after having heard at night I just make sure its sent!
    What I like most is the sound that strikes it down and when I guarantee you some sub bass sound very clean no hum or dilute a really clean, accurate sound quality and martin sound very sure.
    In any case if you have the means you buy it you can go ahead with heads h3 and a must see!
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