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jems31jems31

excellent forum

Yorkville NX 750PPublished on 11/25/14 at 10:53
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I use it for can
I try and listen hk jbl yamaha dsr 115 etc.
most: it's a 750w speaker makes it very hard walking by a port competition.
we would say that my one a double wall 38cm there is an incredible acute low end is powerful.
the bass and treble can be adjusted is the frequencies 40hz or 90Hz
THE LEAST. a second carrying handle
I judge the quality / price very good new is used.
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Turbo13Turbo13

Yorkville NX 750PPublished on 04/14/06 at 22:48
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I use NX750P for 6 months.
The first time I have sound with this forum I felt that there was substance to stash!
I have sound with many systems, but the rest I nx 750 scotch ... 750 w and a super serious (the 38 is not the reason)
Quality price ratio: Nothing to say in 2000 the pair to 1.5 kilowatts of power ...
I have just buy 2 fawn over 3 kilowatts to push my "faade" which is 4 to 38 hp! We can even make out without problem!
Inconveneient little weight, it is better to be two to put them on a speaker stand!
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james007james007

Yorkville NX 750PPublished on 06/11/06 at 15:08
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I have but for several NX750 me now.
I can hardly compare these speakers has something other than RCF art500 system and lucas.
what is on that is that these speakers are very good quality, a weight / power / size (price?) extraordinnaire.
the strength of this speaker is definitely (like someone else already mentioned) the bass.
as a result, the subwoofer is not required for benefits that are demanding on this point.
200 right person with the NX.
discomobile for the quality, say anything, they should buy, it changes your life!!
I vai ELSEWHERE of that choice again very soon to buy aditional 2 ... ...
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I have but for several NX750 me now.
I can hardly compare these speakers has something other than RCF art500 system and lucas.
what is on that is that these speakers are very good quality, a weight / power / size (price?) extraordinnaire.
the strength of this speaker is definitely (like someone else already mentioned) the bass.
as a result, the subwoofer is not required for benefits that are demanding on this point.
200 right person with the NX.
discomobile for the quality, say anything, they should buy, it changes your life!!
I vai ELSEWHERE of that choice again very soon to buy aditional 2 ...
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Yorkville NX 750PPublished on 05/04/08 at 11:13
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I use NX 750p for 2 years.
A compound of a quality sound and exceptional power.
Just happiness for mobile, go anywhere, the room
restaurant early evening outdoors.
A little heavy.
Report Qualitprix: Ingal.
Trs good product
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  • Manufacturer: Yorkville
  • Model: NX 750P
  • Category: Other PA/Live Sound Speaker Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 09/03/2005

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