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Samson Technologies Servo 150

Monitor/Speaker Amplifier from Samson Technologies belonging to the Servo series

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r0mainr0main

Samson Technologies Servo 150Published on 09/02/02 at 04:14
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I possde a Samson Servo 150 for 5 years, I am happy ... trs
It is quiet, small, relatively lightweight, ideal in monitoring, and powerful enough to make a micro-sound (or amplifier back DJ for example).
The sound is enjoyable trs driver for my Tannoy PBM 6.5 II
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studiodhorlebaixstudiodhorlebaix

Samson Technologies Servo 150Published on 03/22/05 at 08:49
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I possde this amp for 2 years. No problem. Prsence of the two volume buttons is embtante, otherwise it is a good device that does its job without fuss.
Drive it home a pair of JBL 4311 and 66 Auratone QC
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jeromedu93jeromedu93

Samson Technologies Servo 150Published on 08/16/05 at 12:50
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This is an amp that actually does its job: no wind, good power and no unnecessary buttons, I love.
Cheap price so impeccable quality report.
But my average score is that THE RIGHT WAY JUST fails when to NOT (that is when I have a penny!).
Take a look at the amps similar in forums (Samson Servo-170, Alesis RA-150, Inter M R150) and as by chance they all have problem with the famous falling right track suddenly failed after 6 months, 2 years or more, in short ...
I'm lucky, mine took 7.8 years, so I'm not complaining, it is depreciated.
But there is no question that I say "beautiful, beautiful" a product that is somehow intentionally disposable, because it is nothing more than a...…
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This is an amp that actually does its job: no wind, good power and no unnecessary buttons, I love.
Cheap price so impeccable quality report.
But my average score is that THE RIGHT WAY JUST fails when to NOT (that is when I have a penny!).
Take a look at the amps similar in forums (Samson Servo-170, Alesis RA-150, Inter M R150) and as by chance they all have problem with the famous falling right track suddenly failed after 6 months, 2 years or more, in short ...
I'm lucky, mine took 7.8 years, so I'm not complaining, it is depreciated.
But there is no question that I say "beautiful, beautiful" a product that is somehow intentionally disposable, because it is nothing more than a vice because expr machines of this kind, and it lies well to say.
Well I say, VOILA.
Buy it, it's a good product, but prvoyez to redeem another a few times.
Such is life!
Bye
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xpksxpks

Samson Technologies Servo 150Published on 11/04/05 at 10:40
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Bought used.
Neutral sound ok, but the right channel is dead too.
So even when it's not top.
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  • Manufacturer: Samson Technologies
  • Model: Servo 150
  • Series: Servo
  • Category: Monitor/Speaker Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 05/20/2002

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