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Solton MF 300 L
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Solton MF 300 L

PA Floor/Stage Monitor from Solton .

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Solton MF 300 LPublished on 08/19/14 at 15:43
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I use it for 1 year as stage, the sound is good for this price range, and with a 31 band EQ and a measurement microphone they are really great.
I bought them for the test because there are not many reviews about this brand and I am very telling, even pro musicians with whom I worked did not find anything wrong with the sound on stage !!!
Eventually, I will have that MF 300 active or passive on stage !!!! For the front I'm JBL, but then it's not comparable, and that's not the same price !!!
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  • Manufacturer: Solton
  • Model: MF 300 L
  • Category: PA Floor/Stage Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 05/20/2014

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