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Mac Intosh Mac Intosh
Publié le 06/06/06 à 14:12
Voil 6 months I use these speakers.
I stumbled by chance on this MODEL, I cost and I adopted him.
Indeed, the sound from these small speakers dlivr trs is nice. Trs clear trsdtaill with acute crystal clean, clear and of mdiums prcis.
However, they lack a little bass. But nothing unusual since the HP of 31 cm and volume load are not made for bass.
Use with a subwoofer, it will be REAL.
In short it is a pregnant trs prcise not lacking in PCHE and above that does not become deafening high rgime.

The bnisterie plywood is also impressive and trs particulirement robust.
Only the paint is not used by Wharfedale top, because it marks the very easy slightest hitch or friction.

Some numbers now.
- 250 Watts Nominal
- 8 Ohms
- A team of HP 31 cm and a compression engine mounted on a roof.
- Bandwidth: 60 Hz 20000 Hz
- Connectivity: Dual Neutrik Speakon brand
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