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  • KorneoKorneo

    MI-PE-RIAL !!!!!!!!

    Electro-Voice EVM12L Black LabelPublished on 11/16/10 at 02:08
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    After testing a lot of HP and wanting something that could give me low as possible while having defined sounds crazy and potatoes of thunder, after 2 years of hesitation, I finally ordered this small (.. .) toy to replace my V30.
    FYI, I play death / black / thrash metal as well as you big head on a rock and a 6505 amended itch Seymour Duncan Blackout

    I have 2 Black Label since October that I got into my 4x12 mounted in X equipped with V30 Diffusor
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    At the reception, the boiboite is already very nice. A first carton marked with Electro-voice what it takes to get top marks, then it opens and a second box, all black, with big Black Label logo on all sides.
    It opens, and a beautiful flag…
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    After testing a lot of HP and wanting something that could give me low as possible while having defined sounds crazy and potatoes of thunder, after 2 years of hesitation, I finally ordered this small (.. .) toy to replace my V30.
    FYI, I play death / black / thrash metal as well as you big head on a rock and a 6505 amended itch Seymour Duncan Blackout

    I have 2 Black Label since October that I got into my 4x12 mounted in X equipped with V30 Diffusor
    .
    At the reception, the boiboite is already very nice. A first carton marked with Electro-voice what it takes to get top marks, then it opens and a second box, all black, with big Black Label logo on all sides.
    It opens, and a beautiful flag with the logo of Black Label, draw it and there we see the beast.
    From the outset, it is monstrous. The magnet is huge and the biggest surprise just when it is taken in hand, we feel its 8.6 kg.
    If we look closer, the hole of the 8 screws are not drilled through the HP board and each has a pod like the standard HP and small clip on top which I find very convenient.
    They are really very impressive, if you want, PM me and I will send you pictures of a Black Label posed next to a V30, you'll see totu away what I mean.

    After you install the standard screws, I put 4 screws as I can. Thank you to Lony for the info.
    And here come the harder stages, lapping. I decide not to do my part and I kakou immediately my PC to the cab and run as and when my use.
    Cinquentaine after an hour, voila FINALLY time to play. And there is the drama ... I'M ADDICTED !!!!!!!
    Bass sick, very present but very defined. Superb treble and not garish, the medium that gives fishing. Brief all good!
    I compare the V30 next door and there I said "shit is not so different in sortiedu diffusor !!!".
    I'm not looking for longer settings and expects to push to make me an objective opinion. And yes, those big 300-watt HP need to be at least titillated to ring.
    And, my god it's enjoyable. Not much time I waste unfortunately low. Come the day of the concert or play and I found the sound bof bof balance, I add the medium and there I finally found u nson balanced and biting at will. I am one who likes to have a lot of medium so it sounds!
    Unfortunately, little joke from my bass player, he puts me raisonnace the bottom and drop the medium just before the beginning of our set to "see what they have in the belly".
    Matches, all the guys at the party who played pinball on my cab because of Black Label and opted played on Mesa cab asked me to play on to the next concert ^ ^.

    To be objective, I think that HP is very good but must be coupled. Only it sounds of thunder but it lacks a little fat, a bit of this little trick that heavenly (but not the beaming roooo). The 2 mixed gives me the sound I want and I will not let go. Only the sound is stereo too, we really seem to hear a guitar on CD ^ ^

    I joined Lony on the score of 9 because the HP to 300 € (ie 600 in my case ba ...), it hurts there it is necessary!





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