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Yann-Loic Yann-Loic
Published on 10/16/09 at 02:37
I do not ais bought because I Adi Promann a complete system in very good condition.

However, I retrouv listen in on a cho a person and sincerely, I t bleuff of the quality of sound of these little critters and a lot of something in the range.

Ms. suspended, they go down to the actual 10 "(I initially just cost the pair without subwoofers).

The 12 "is not as bad but the 15" punch comparison shortages if we take into account the space it represents over it.

The acute rise high enough in itself without the specter be aggressive.

The nodym version is even better but the same report qualitprix also interesting.

So compared with VS12 home Granit, they go down lower but flickers as even a little worse. But the price has nothing to do. - 400 to one side against the other by 1200 lment!

2 need a box for the music application ... so the comparison is not ridiculous.

For the same price, have found the Wharfedale AudioPhony chinoiserie or gender and it is clear that restitution in performance did not see anything. It is well above.

If I had to buy a complete system instead of Promann, I would opt for certainly very 2x 1001 combines with the CB15 "of the same brand that sends very very well.
All offers remarkable compactness.
Ms. rigor, CB 12 brand could possibly be appropriate.

T test done with amplisMAC-MAH in a Parisian brand known for distributing these brands (I do not cite for not pub) and without treatment.
I do not like this line amp and I imagine quite well in very good CAMCO Vortex amplifiers kind, yet we can expect better.

It is true that the only grip is behind can be a handicap but ... PS8 offers the same option and yet many most expensive for rendering not forcment best. Especially since the 1001 works very well without proce ddi.
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