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  • AbciceAbcice

    Power Works RS 115Published on 10/28/06 at 10:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Frankly, I t's the performance ... the quality is excellent Eminence HP, HK Audio filter and finish is good!

    To overcome the lack of power, I get an HP KAPPA15LF Eminence and it retains the excellent finish and the quality of the filter, and passes 600 Watts RMS ... great art for a nice price.

    So when I recommend it even for good quality affordable and trs, and each his APRS gots for me the 300 W rms original train a bit!
  • aeratoaerato

    Power Works RS 115Published on 07/02/07 at 00:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I own a pair for 5 years
    it is a good box, that resonates very well and has good performance. However, quite limited in power.

    I use it at local and repeated reminder frontage on the scene, it's perfect.

    Also ideal for small benefits or has an EXCELLENT behavior. It is perfect for rooms of a hundred people, beyond, must be strengthened.

    A bit pricey but well made, small footprint. I do not regret the boards but I had not found prices generally.

    For those who do not want to make too big, I board.
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