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  • EPICURE CLUBEPICURE CLUB

    Much better than expected

    Martin Audio AQ 10Published on 09/20/21 at 01:15
    We are running the AQ 10 as full range speakers in the lounge of Epicure, with Crest Audio amplification. In a 5.5m x 11m space we easily get nightclub sound level. Several visiting DJ's were impressed with the clarity. The midrange is very nice. Vocals sounds surprisingly good for a speaker with a horn. The bass extension without a sub was the biggest surprise. We certainly did not expect this!

    Using the speaker as a top with separate subs, instead of full range, definitely increases the headroom. We are using a 12db filter at 80Hz.

    The biggest downside of the AQ 10 could be, that it does not have a pole mount cup. As it is an installation series speaker, this should not come as a......
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    We are running the AQ 10 as full range speakers in the lounge of Epicure, with Crest Audio amplification. In a 5.5m x 11m space we easily get nightclub sound level. Several visiting DJ's were impressed with the clarity. The midrange is very nice. Vocals sounds surprisingly good for a speaker with a horn. The bass extension without a sub was the biggest surprise. We certainly did not expect this!

    Using the speaker as a top with separate subs, instead of full range, definitely increases the headroom. We are using a 12db filter at 80Hz.

    The biggest downside of the AQ 10 could be, that it does not have a pole mount cup. As it is an installation series speaker, this should not come as a surprise. We could have easily added a pole mount cup, but elected to keep the speakers original. The speaker has 6 threaded inserts on the back for a mounting bracket. We welded some custom steel brackets and powder coated them. The speaker also does not have XLR input.

    We are very happy with these speakers and would recommend them.

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