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  • ScahRScahR

    Excellent quality / price ratio

    The t.amp S 100Published on 08/13/11 at 09:57
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    I've had three days, the speakers connected to Sony and my Peavey PV14 Mixer.
    I use it as a mere power, and also for monitoring.

    I have a very good sound, even excellent for the price of the amp (paid ~ € 100 on thomann).

    I never had to push down, this amp is quite powerful and sufficient for monitoring.

    However, in the words of another opinion, this amp tends to heat up. It is never returned to protect me (I did not use more than one hour), and it is hot coco. Subsequently, it tends to quickly return to protection, I probably would add a small fan to remove heat history.

    This is the only fault I found him, otherwise I would put him full marks.
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    I've had three days, the speakers connected to Sony and my Peavey PV14 Mixer.
    I use it as a mere power, and also for monitoring.

    I have a very good sound, even excellent for the price of the amp (paid ~ € 100 on thomann).

    I never had to push down, this amp is quite powerful and sufficient for monitoring.

    However, in the words of another opinion, this amp tends to heat up. It is never returned to protect me (I did not use more than one hour), and it is hot coco. Subsequently, it tends to quickly return to protection, I probably would add a small fan to remove heat history.

    This is the only fault I found him, otherwise I would put him full marks.
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  • solo84solo84

    Very good value for money

    The t.amp S 100Published on 06/17/10 at 17:20
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    Bought a pair for amplifying Avantone MixCubes. Power is adequate, and the sound quality delivered by this little amp is more than enough to feed these little boxes dedicated to the exploration of mediums.

    So I never push it, it never entered into protection, I have not tested its limits, so review in perspective!

    Fairly complete connectivity (inputs on TRS and XLR inputs and outputs in XLR terminals and)

    For 100 euros really nothing wrong! It is "10", but if it lasts!
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