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All user reviews for the Eminence Legend V128

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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brui2fon's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)" j adore"

Eminence Legend V128
HP excellent, I confirm its accuracy and DEFINITIONS, typical of HP U.S., contrary to the grain of slobbering celestion
suitable for all type of fender amps, vintage sound, that sounds modern saturation

nefas's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)

Eminence Legend V128
I have a baffle Krank (Krankenstein) I mounted mix, two and two V30 G12T75, I replaced them by a pair of Eminence Legend V12.J confess, as there are very few opinion on the HP, I was skeptical when the result. My cabinet is fitted with behind four Eminence Texas Heat, which I had not hung, I also tried a VHT Fat Bottom P50E with Eminence, not that great compared to Krank, Mesa or NOS, did not comforted not on the brand. But I kept a small reserve that I play on a Krank Revolution One and the Legend were chosen by the brand to stick to the head. So I started, I ordered two to keep the mix of benefits by transferring the G12T75. Ben was pleasantly surprised. My cabinet is stereo, two right, two left, I have been able to compare the two. Then the Legend sound a tad weaker than the V30 (yet they are given two to 100db) but the sound is cleaner, more treble side for giving a precise and inscisif in saturated is a real pleasure when Returning to the V30 it's weird, treble sound and nazillards Criar. Mediums are warm and clear, with a beautiful color. The V30 sending more low-mids, they have more body, it is certainly what makes you the impression that sound is slightly stronger, they are also fatter but against it is much more rough as the Legend and they leveled off earlier when it mounts the volume. Same for the bass, the Legend is more accurate, less present (though) but that drool less V30, see it. Legend is actually fairly balanced, one side Hi-Fi stand the grain and color of the amp.
I conclude therefore that the V30 has a more vintage (roots), they send no problem but without mastering either, my opinion is that they match very well with speakers whose violin is not fabulous.
As you can see, I was conquered by the Eminence, and say they have not even had time to break in, what's going to be after. If you need a HP that sounds modern, nine to 70 € would be stupid to miss out on those, if only to sound different. I have not had time to compare them with clear sound, I publish the notice to the occasion.
I hesitated a long time, my only regret is not having bought sooner