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EarlEarl

the box MA120ePublished on 06/21/05 at 04:37
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The MA120 is an Active 12 / 2 100W includes a line input (jack), microphone input (XLR) and two outputs: link (for chains with an active return) and speaker-out for return passive 4 ohms (both jack).

It features a 3 band qualiseur and a notch filter and PSE just under 20kg.

I use it for 6 months, mainly to get feedback on scne voice with piano unamplified proximity. I am extremely pleased: Despite its economic rate, it sounds good and trs on very low power enough for me to cover it right the sound of an acoustic piano.

In addition, it is not too noisy. Only small default: the grille looks pretty fragile.

In short, I highly recommend ... …
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The MA120 is an Active 12 / 2 100W includes a line input (jack), microphone input (XLR) and two outputs: link (for chains with an active return) and speaker-out for return passive 4 ohms (both jack).

It features a 3 band qualiseur and a notch filter and PSE just under 20kg.

I use it for 6 months, mainly to get feedback on scne voice with piano unamplified proximity. I am extremely pleased: Despite its economic rate, it sounds good and trs on very low power enough for me to cover it right the sound of an acoustic piano.

In addition, it is not too noisy. Only small default: the grille looks pretty fragile.

In short, I highly recommend ...
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pierredeverspierredevers

the box MA120ePublished on 12/30/05 at 15:45
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I use it for a year and a half.
I do not like the membrane in "cardboard" I do not like the quality RAPORT size \ power \ weight (even as it is quite heavy) I do not like the build quality or sound. t dsl box on this one but you messed up. I bought two a year ago I still have more than (the other six I dropped me) and it blows like the wind. However for the price it costs, if you really need vs. gear and have no vs thunes, go for it but believe me you better invest some and make good speakers! I do not guele t box but on this model. I have other speakers that work parfectement t box and sounds great (PA 302A, 502A PA). that is all …
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I use it for a year and a half.
I do not like the membrane in "cardboard" I do not like the quality RAPORT size \ power \ weight (even as it is quite heavy) I do not like the build quality or sound. t dsl box on this one but you messed up. I bought two a year ago I still have more than (the other six I dropped me) and it blows like the wind. However for the price it costs, if you really need vs. gear and have no vs thunes, go for it but believe me you better invest some and make good speakers! I do not guele t box but on this model. I have other speakers that work parfectement t box and sounds great (PA 302A, 502A PA). that is all
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kartissuekartissue

the box MA120ePublished on 04/02/06 at 09:17
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I bought it a month ago. It totally fulfilled its task (to repeat and sound return on scne). Goes up, something I had not seen before purchase so pleasant surprise.
Unlike my colleague, I find it lightweight (having a laney port of the same power for a while I can say).
Its level is not fancy, however, is enough and I must say that I just can not do without a feedback volume dtruit me ears.
Bemol on the other hand, my potassium gain crack dj rgler once there is no problem, and worse thin rclamer not take money from the butter and butter of the boobs crmire ...

I would do without hsiter choice, jv ptetre mm deuxime buy one ^ ^
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jazzexjazzex

the box MA120ePublished on 11/29/07 at 05:40
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I AM the new 120 MKII, active crossover,
it's a 12 ", 120W RMS 4Home, for more details see Thomann.
I use it mainly for the singer (80Hz-16KHz) in return
it has done its rle, more can be another couple back liabilities (8Hom) with Speakon output.
It is robust, trs well made, and a possde 3band EQ.
it can also be used alone with a microphone (mic line between) practice for a singer if you want rpter without leaving the PA.
The sound is clean, crisp intelligible good is not the FCR or Eminence (considering the price)
129 to report as often unbeatable qualitprix Thomann
I put 10 because I can not find a good default and above all do …
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I AM the new 120 MKII, active crossover,
it's a 12 ", 120W RMS 4Home, for more details see Thomann.
I use it mainly for the singer (80Hz-16KHz) in return
it has done its rle, more can be another couple back liabilities (8Hom) with Speakon output.
It is robust, trs well made, and a possde 3band EQ.
it can also be used alone with a microphone (mic line between) practice for a singer if you want rpter without leaving the PA.
The sound is clean, crisp intelligible good is not the FCR or Eminence (considering the price)
129 to report as often unbeatable qualitprix Thomann
I put 10 because I can not find a good default and above all do
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  • Manufacturer: the box
  • Model: MA120e
  • Category: PA Floor/Stage Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 04/24/2005

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