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Wharfedale Titan 12Published on 02/05/07 at 09:26
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Hello j uses unepaire Titan 12 depui a year ellles ters have a good report quality / price, and it sounds not too bad one can be acute and criart but you can easily correct with a little eq, c necessarily lower court's 12 "I mix with and m is back. short if you find a good small speaker small budget you can go!
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Wharfedale Titan 12Published on 05/01/08 at 05:14
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A collgue zikkoss with whom I work often has two pairs being used for collection outdoor extensions.

Their main strength is the weight. Super enjoyable, a dozen pounds I would say.

Parcontre its level, the high rev is aggressive, it must be Galise all costs, the mdium around 1kHz is trs dsagrable color and also without legalization. There is a push to boost the treble on the rear face above the 2 Speakon, I think it started, the sound would be even more dsiquilibr a function that is useless I think.

For the price, I turned over to the Peavey Pro12 are a little heavier but the sound is better.

I put 6 ...
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A collgue zikkoss with whom I work often has two pairs being used for collection outdoor extensions.

Their main strength is the weight. Super enjoyable, a dozen pounds I would say.

Parcontre its level, the high rev is aggressive, it must be Galise all costs, the mdium around 1kHz is trs dsagrable color and also without legalization. There is a push to boost the treble on the rear face above the 2 Speakon, I think it started, the sound would be even more dsiquilibr a function that is useless I think.

For the price, I turned over to the Peavey Pro12 are a little heavier but the sound is better.

I put 6
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Wharfedale Titan 12Published on 02/10/09 at 10:35
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How long have you use it?
ending for 3 years
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
weight is a super big on accessories complment
or on small APRS afternoon of dancing complter th type with a sub that's great
one can balance a screaming and going well trs
- How do you report qualitprix?
good
- With the exprience, you do again this choice?.
just for weight and quality of finish and price so
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" A PURE BOMBSHELL"

Wharfedale Titan 12Published on 05/25/11 at 02:52
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I use it for 1 ½ months.
Yes, ibiza sound (the very middle range)

The +: light, powerful (enough for 300 people), perfect sound quality even in the ridges, satisfesant value for money.
The -: ba not much, just a little when we sssssssssss but near the speaker (should be called deumbo lol), a bit too sharp agrssif but his pass with the equalizer.

Value for money satisfesant
With the experience I would do is choose your eyes closed: ppppppppp
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  • Manufacturer: Wharfedale
  • Model: Titan 12
  • Category: Full-Range PA Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 12/05/2005

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