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Wharfedale EVP-X15
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Wharfedale EVP-X15

Other PA/Live Sound Speaker Cabinet from Wharfedale belonging to the EVP-X series.

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quentindu77quentindu77

Wharfedale EVP-X15Published on 05/03/08 at 14:18
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What about simply sublime pregnant, I do not believe that in this age of money to be found best, good treble, super bass, it's just perfect, thank you Wharfedale.
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marmot51marmot51

Good value for money

Wharfedale EVP-X15Published on 12/28/13 at 06:55
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I use it for 1year (3times a week).
I used ais system tri-phonic icube macmah icube 505 and 600.
In terms of performance and quality has nothing to say. Simply excellent. Small flat for acute garish but with a correction of an audio processor that become perfect.
With the experience I remake that choice but hesitated in knowing:
-Need a subwoofer 400w rms 8ohms mini (as x15 teu are cut 3kHz to my memories)
-Audio processor for limited acute. (Or limited on the mixer ^ ^)

Very good product, not expensive for the quality
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VoxrosVoxros

Wharfedale EVP-X15Published on 09/10/05 at 14:40
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I use it for one day (I would compare with teu-s15 I had a week (with a problem of TEUs and not possible to get it back one, then change against the new series x-teu )
The more I say it a lot more than the potato SERIES teu-s (300w instead of 200) and the quality is always present you with more bass and lower compression Submitted agrssive (the teu-s n'taient agrssives but not the one I find is softer and provides better rstitution I got). Also at the wharfedale acronym, two LEDs can indicate whether the speaker is on its way and if the speaker saturates. The finish is also better now than on encienne SERIES (the carpet is better now fixed, no trace of such staples. In the least, I......
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I use it for one day (I would compare with teu-s15 I had a week (with a problem of TEUs and not possible to get it back one, then change against the new series x-teu )
The more I say it a lot more than the potato SERIES teu-s (300w instead of 200) and the quality is always present you with more bass and lower compression Submitted agrssive (the teu-s n'taient agrssives but not the one I find is softer and provides better rstitution I got). Also at the wharfedale acronym, two LEDs can indicate whether the speaker is on its way and if the speaker saturates. The finish is also better now than on encienne SERIES (the carpet is better now fixed, no trace of such staples. In the least, I will say that I liked the look of the non-compression grid and also the weight (9kg or 30 kg more). also the connections that taient recessed rear speakers and the vitaient to have cables that emerge are now flat so the cables come out.
The ratio price quality is indisputable, there is no better now, I would do without this choice hsiter!
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leviruslevirus

Wharfedale EVP-X15Published on 03/22/06 at 13:59
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- How long have you use it?
I use 2 Wharfedale EVP-X15 depui me with about 1 amp max 2500 phonic
- What is so special that you like most and least?
There are LEDs on facades which are nice although not essential. There are no less, it is not too bulky and look well (better now than the previous series ended). The terminal would have been good from
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Not much! I listened to AudioPhony A-12 and A-15 and the Gemini GX series.
- How would you rate the quality / price?
value for money is very good! 169 euros including shipping on Woodbrass pregnant.
Low enough and a sound in the treble no "screaming".
- With experience, you......
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- How long have you use it?
I use 2 Wharfedale EVP-X15 depui me with about 1 amp max 2500 phonic
- What is so special that you like most and least?
There are LEDs on facades which are nice although not essential. There are no less, it is not too bulky and look well (better now than the previous series ended). The terminal would have been good from
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Not much! I listened to AudioPhony A-12 and A-15 and the Gemini GX series.
- How would you rate the quality / price?
value for money is very good! 169 euros including shipping on Woodbrass pregnant.
Low enough and a sound in the treble no "screaming".
- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
I do not mean little if the experience I would do with this choice due to lack of knowledge of other models exit in the same array of speaker.
Among all those tested I board, it is well above and for that I would do this choice. it is a good forum to start in the world of sound.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Wharfedale
  • Model: EVP-X15
  • Series: EVP-X
  • Category: Other PA/Live Sound Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 08/31/2005

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Other names: evp x15, evpx15, evp x 15, evpx 15, pro300watt, pro 300 watt, pro300 watt

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