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Sony MHC-RG60

Other Hi-Fi Product from Sony belonging to the MHC series

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CMC6CMC6

Sony MHC-RG60Published on 02/19/04 at 11:01
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Mini surround chain very good quality. That said pregnant books are medium quality with my opinion; change them !!! if the bass is powerful and its pretty sweet

a good monitoring not very expensive
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Bogey JammerBogey Jammer

Sony MHC-RG60Published on 12/03/05 at 06:23
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I use it for 3 years and I can not do without

I have especially chosen for its good finish, the Sony brand and "power", allowing me to pter serious.

I prcdemment trs a good mini-string of the 80 Sony, which allowed me to apprcier things.

The RG-60 of the same sounds all right, the surround speakers are most useful if they are placed correctly in a good pice. Too bad we can not custom settings, you can not even rgler volume sparment the main speakers.
Despite all the speakers' rsonnent "a little strange to some frequencies and it is not the unfortunate qualiseur Intgr (three bands plutt is pathetic) that can amliorer the situation, a good qualiseur upstream is essential.

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I use it for 3 years and I can not do without

I have especially chosen for its good finish, the Sony brand and "power", allowing me to pter serious.

I prcdemment trs a good mini-string of the 80 Sony, which allowed me to apprcier things.

The RG-60 of the same sounds all right, the surround speakers are most useful if they are placed correctly in a good pice. Too bad we can not custom settings, you can not even rgler volume sparment the main speakers.
Despite all the speakers' rsonnent "a little strange to some frequencies and it is not the unfortunate qualiseur Intgr (three bands plutt is pathetic) that can amliorer the situation, a good qualiseur upstream is essential.

The way radio is good, but it is useless for me compltement seen what it costs ...

The double cassette of me however much, only the whites dtecteur me flat. The sound is distorted, especially what we recorded, that's what I regret in my mini-string of 87 remaining copy this. The mcanique trs is also shamefully loud, mount the volume to avoid disturbing sound. I do not use more then ..

Well it's still the same good stuff, especially for use gnral I prfrais its services and style wise compared to other chains filthy techno styles plastoc. But it's not really what it takes to the monitoring,. Prfre I keep all the same because I know it well now. Any fawn in my pro gear housing would serve nothing.
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thug91thug91

Sony MHC-RG60Published on 06/12/06 at 16:23
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I use depus nearly 4 / 5 years ago!
what I love most: beauty, sound quality
least too much bass but it is adjustable with the groove according to a mix not to put the V-Groove!
jme Rapel even more how much I had paid jpense in around 250/300 euros
I do it again this choice of course because it's been a long time that I possess and I do not want to part with it.

That said depui 1 month or 2 when I open the cd tray and I want to rotate the turntable to change the disc it closes instead of turning I have to repeat the operation 2 / 3 times to get there. (Pres 5 years of heavy use)

That said very good channel!
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  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Model: MHC-RG60
  • Series: MHC
  • Category: Other Hi-Fi Products
  • Added in our database on: 02/19/2004

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