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mattera91 mattera91
Publié le 08/28/06 à 10:34
I also has this model for several years, 30 cm woofer, LE5 ​​in the famous medium and the first dome tweeter (aluminum at the time) brand (like the L 212 and 4313), with a receiver with 2 x 110 watts behind, in a small room of 9m2, he amplified including the computer, CD player and a turntable 723CB DENON DP57.

Excellent balance, lacks a little finesse in the "extreme" sharp if you're used to the best dome tweeters present (it does not suffer), but what it does include the band 7 / 8 to 13kHz is excellent, it gives a bit the same feeling and the same qualities and limitations that a 2402 ...

L100 better than, worse than a newer model of same size but a little thinner at the top, such as the L96 and L112, 120TI, the hierarchy is respected.

What I loved most, his punch very compelling, value for money is unbeatable now!

This choice is excellent and available now at a reasonable price, this is the kind of vintage speaker which never tires, who knows how to follow up with happiness without any style of music that raises questions of unhealthy ...

And is not that of nostalgia ....
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