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    the box PA 15 ECO MKIIPublished on 11/24/11 at 11:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    passive full-range speaker, 15 "LF driver, 3" HF driver, 70Hz-15kHz, 115dB maximum SPL, 200W/8ohm (RMS), 800W/8ohm (peak), 90 x 90 thomann dispersion, 1 / 4 " jack / Combination Speakon sockets. Dimensions: 447 x 350 x 595mm. Weight: 17.5kg,

    the basic hardware has come a long way ...... I remember a sound no name of a guy I knew at the absolutely wrong ....... 15 years ago

    I know nothing about sound, I just heard JBL speakers, and no name so I also heard that Yamaha amplifiers I found good, and it is of little whaferdale prs all. I still look the same group known stuff I've seen running on scne (come on the bus Steam group for children with EMI and Steve Waring) Most recent internship…
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    passive full-range speaker, 15 "LF driver, 3" HF driver, 70Hz-15kHz, 115dB maximum SPL, 200W/8ohm (RMS), 800W/8ohm (peak), 90 x 90 thomann dispersion, 1 / 4 " jack / Combination Speakon sockets. Dimensions: 447 x 350 x 595mm. Weight: 17.5kg,

    the basic hardware has come a long way ...... I remember a sound no name of a guy I knew at the absolutely wrong ....... 15 years ago

    I know nothing about sound, I just heard JBL speakers, and no name so I also heard that Yamaha amplifiers I found good, and it is of little whaferdale prs all. I still look the same group known stuff I've seen running on scne (come on the bus Steam group for children with EMI and Steve Waring) Most recent internship and large scnes I have made and are linda lemay bnabar two years ago (obviously as a spectator lol.

    I find that these small fullrange sound good for their price. I use them for music "acoustic" (lctro guitar, piano numrique portable yamaha p 140, violin and voice of course). they suffice for our duo. They are a couple EPQ 2000 behringer ub 1202 and a mixer. that is enough.

    there is nothing to me ESG on these speakers, their power only our duo, I was afraid, however, they are just too SPECIFICATIONS face of the amp but no. At the same time I pushed the amp that half for the time being. I just had a fright by reading the lack of bass on this range, but mine has a Speakon jack and bass are Submitted.

    for now I would say I Rasht these speakers with the same budget.
    With more than pennies, 4 ohms no more hsitation to push the amp but hey this is not NEWS.

    at least I can tell you that face Misr audio found on the ground in the halls of FTEs small communes of France, this stuff seems to tip! of course this is not true but hey I'm Fully satisfied with my purchase for now.
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