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«  Solid economic and »

Published on 06/17/13 at 02:33
I use four of these returns for 3 years.

I love their strength, they have never had any trouble and are still in perfect cosmetic condition after 3 years, has any solid proof, they are real tanks.
Finally, their carpet look has big benefits after a certain time, we see no farts or scratches and they are still like new.
Perfect as back vocals, guitar, piano or string, the sound is warm and balanced in these frequencies, and I've never been critical of musicians on these returns, rare.
Not for bass players or drummers, of course.

Once we removed the price tag, everyone finds these great returns! Like what was the bad habit of believing that only what sounds good is expensive.
But the showbiz stuff, it suits well especially manufacturers, so bright The Box!

Note: contrary to what was said earlier, there is obviously not a 2 120W amps in the back, it would still be too good at this price! If you connect an additional monitor on the output power is divided by 2. So there's no point ever.
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