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BrainShaker BrainShaker
Publié le 05/05/06 à 10:40
Value For Money : Excellent
I use it for 7 years (I also mount more with clients, or friends), and what impressed me right away is its ease of use and of installation in 3 minutes you configure it), then apprcie poustoufflantes sound qualities: it is high art, worthy of being installed ct purely Stereo Amplifier fi: Sobrie transparency and clarity of the front which can display blue Tindra the most beautiful effect, no unnecessary buttons, the volume knob is an optical MODEL DOES not use ... We can rename the sources and got his pilot the video of this one by the KVM switch so the signal sent to television's, plasma or projector image that matches the sound, t lcommande used to control a set Micromega complete.
The report price is excellent quality: a consumer device costs a little less expensive but believe me have tried many, none are as simple and the sound is sometimes clump: more for a system adding a says "audiophile" it is better to choose the Micromega and more can be upgrad ...

It remains to add that the components are sorting MODELS selected and the processor is a MODEL to the specifications of Micromega SPECIFICATIONS: an R-Core MODEL: best tration that! !

So with all this, if you still hsitez is that The definition of the term Hi-Fi you are totally unknown.

I redid this choice and my friends and customers also have cost approx.
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