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Samson Technologies EX500

Other PA/Live Sound Speaker Cabinet from Samson Technologies belonging to the Expedition series

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Samson Technologies EX500Published on 02/24/06 at 00:55
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When I saw the price of the chard, I could not help but to buy two (because it is the cheapest in the market for identical CHARACTERISTICS). I head into the Mackie SRM 450 (RAS). I wanted to beginners buy the mackie sub for the price but I really frn. In addition, a pot I bought one to put in his studio to repeat, and had lots of problems with (the hp broke. So I started and I bought 2 EX500. I especially the mobile disco, so I need a big potato in the lower. Well, I am delighted with the record of these two amazing subs. There's really way to deal with as we want is trs simple, and sounds mchant. With my heads, coincided perfectly. was a year that I have and I never had a problem. A buy...…
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When I saw the price of the chard, I could not help but to buy two (because it is the cheapest in the market for identical CHARACTERISTICS). I head into the Mackie SRM 450 (RAS). I wanted to beginners buy the mackie sub for the price but I really frn. In addition, a pot I bought one to put in his studio to repeat, and had lots of problems with (the hp broke. So I started and I bought 2 EX500. I especially the mobile disco, so I need a big potato in the lower. Well, I am delighted with the record of these two amazing subs. There's really way to deal with as we want is trs simple, and sounds mchant. With my heads, coincided perfectly. was a year that I have and I never had a problem. A buy without hesitation.
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sachousachou

Samson Technologies EX500Published on 02/24/06 at 00:58
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I use two ex samson 2 years now. I tried several subs amplified before; Montarbo SW540, Mackie SWA 1501 and NX200 to Yorville. Then I tried the behringer passive subs too.
For the price, Samson EX-500 beats them all flat seam. For the price of a single Mackie SWA 1501 (which remains the worst of the sub I've heard), you can have two ex-500. There's no photo. This choice I would do without hesitation. The crossover is clean, has very low down, very versatile. In addition, they are cute while the full subs …
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I use two ex samson 2 years now. I tried several subs amplified before; Montarbo SW540, Mackie SWA 1501 and NX200 to Yorville. Then I tried the behringer passive subs too.
For the price, Samson EX-500 beats them all flat seam. For the price of a single Mackie SWA 1501 (which remains the worst of the sub I've heard), you can have two ex-500. There's no photo. This choice I would do without hesitation. The crossover is clean, has very low down, very versatile. In addition, they are cute while the full subs
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  • Manufacturer: Samson Technologies
  • Model: EX500
  • Series: Expedition
  • Category: Other PA/Live Sound Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 03/21/2003

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