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  • gege1480gege1480

    Promann P220

    Promann PA 220Published on 11/05/11 at 02:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    These are the first speakers that I bought very robust very good value for money I would do this choice without hesitation.
  • Yann-LoicYann-Loic

    Promann PA 220Published on 01/02/09 at 08:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use my own system AERIA 2 220 15 + 2 CB 2 years ago but I had known him for a long time +.

    The first time I heard the whole, I was just bleuffé by the fact of not having to rework the equation! it sounded clean and very well balanced in all respects.
    So I bought mine, used unfortunately because the product no longer exists.
    What a shame.

    Before buying, I already (without knowing it was the same manufacturer) GRANITE Line series for its finesse and size.
    For example, I find that E15 Yorkville home are more striking than 220 AERIA but only a bit more powerful and more expensive and also more severe.
    When they need to be set up, we feel the difference.

    For the same price wit…
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    I use my own system AERIA 2 220 15 + 2 CB 2 years ago but I had known him for a long time +.

    The first time I heard the whole, I was just bleuffé by the fact of not having to rework the equation! it sounded clean and very well balanced in all respects.
    So I bought mine, used unfortunately because the product no longer exists.
    What a shame.

    Before buying, I already (without knowing it was the same manufacturer) GRANITE Line series for its finesse and size.
    For example, I find that E15 Yorkville home are more striking than 220 AERIA but only a bit more powerful and more expensive and also more severe.
    When they need to be set up, we feel the difference.

    For the same price with JBL or DAS, you have much less especially if you like the bass sound good rondent and without aggressiveness.

    I use all 8 ohm passive mode using a filter with an integrated SUB QSC PL224 (2x450 in 8)
    I have no difficulty with sound meal for 250 people in a large room any style of music combined.

    Recently, I took a second amp (RMX1450) and a small processor for use in active mode but not yet had time to test. Before long, the PL224 rise to 220 and SUB will be driven by a PL3.

    The value for money is simply excellent.
    The power / weight ratio, too! 21 kg just for 15 heads. "Even the SUB are leges. What happiness.
    And the scope of interstitial behind AERIA to select the polarity of Speakon power is great. As an idea so simple you wonder why other manufacturers have never done this on their gear.

    If it again, of course YES. Without hesitation.
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