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  • Edgar Scheffers-29Edgar Scheffers-29

    Better then aspected

    HK Audio Lucas Nano 300Published on 12/05/21 at 00:30
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    Having 2 nano 300’s for about 7 years now.
    Still enjoying these systems
    I started out with one nano for keys and vocals.
    After trying diffrent set up’s, the best result I get is using just 1 in stereo mode with a small Alesis 6 channel mixer with 3-band eq and DSP for vocal effects.
    For the overall sound a BBE Sonic Maximizer connected between the Alesis and Nano 300 gives a very clear and detail sound.
    Nano have a good sound by it self, but for digital sounds and vocals it missing out on something.
    The volume is great but to get de lows,mids and highes on a good balance a Sonic Maximizer does the trick.
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    Having 2 nano 300’s for about 7 years now.
    Still enjoying these systems
    I started out with one nano for keys and vocals.
    After trying diffrent set up’s, the best result I get is using just 1 in stereo mode with a small Alesis 6 channel mixer with 3-band eq and DSP for vocal effects.
    For the overall sound a BBE Sonic Maximizer connected between the Alesis and Nano 300 gives a very clear and detail sound.
    Nano have a good sound by it self, but for digital sounds and vocals it missing out on something.
    The volume is great but to get de lows,mids and highes on a good balance a Sonic Maximizer does the trick.
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  • bouliwanbouliwan

    not bad

    HK Audio Lucas Nano 300Published on 11/28/14 at 07:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    used for 1 year
    I have not tried other models before

    most: transport, use (it is electrically and it left branch), speed of installation, it looks solid.
    least: I think for the price it is not growing enough and lacks a USB port
    price not bad value
    if you want to small parties and / or play alone (vocals + instrument) in a small place then this is perfect. if not go your way.
  • lololuppinlololuppin

    Excellent small system

    HK Audio Lucas Nano 300Published on 02/20/13 at 11:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Excellent small system with a high quality of its useful piano bar, solo singer for small animations of 50 to 60 people, the dispersion of sound is also very good, but be careful to calm the ardor of small subwoofer setting low at 11.00 and go for a nice highlight what is more fun when it's already time to load the car ...

    Excellent value for money clutter, not to mention that if you plug a guitar electro-acoustic, this little amp system becomes a very pleasant with beautiful sounds.

    Well done Mr HK ... Yet I have never been a fan of this brand sounds but when a product is successful it is important to notify future purchasers ...
  • live eventlive event

    very good product

    HK Audio Lucas Nano 300Published on 12/01/12 at 12:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you been using?
    A few days!

    What is so special that you like most and least?
    what I like most is its qulité little space for

    How do you rate the quality / price?
    good value for money, it is better now, but especially for the price we find little worse

    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    yes, I use my big rcf for benefits and I was set rcf, but for modularity and sound quality close, I do not regrete my choice

    FYI there is a mother to the piano bar for variety.

    I intend to buy another place for more than 50 people
  • tony galatony gala

    wonderful

    HK Audio Lucas Nano 300Published on 11/10/12 at 00:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just have it on the advice of south keyboards because I had to listen I get a very good result especially with my tyros 4
    I would not a large room but certainly small doubt with the slightest effort to carry as it is functional
    for the price I think it's reasonable compared to other materials
  • musiquembmusiquemb

    Phenomenal

    HK Audio Lucas Nano 300Published on 10/07/12 at 04:56
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    Hello,
    I just bought this little system to amplify my Roland Accordion FR7X when I host parties farms Inns (about 50 people).
    Phenomenal for 600 € I found this really great little set.
    The sound is not aggressive at all, it is perfect for the accordion sounds FR7X.
    Impressive bass power for this little plastic box.
    Although the settings are limited, but more than enough.
    I have not yet tried to connect my AUDYA 4 to see what happens.
    For special occasions I use a Dynacord CMS1000 from home and 4kW amplified speakers Electro Voice. So I compare what!
    I think for € 600 you will not find better, I mean a set complete with mini mixer size and weight: just missing effects to your…
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    Hello,
    I just bought this little system to amplify my Roland Accordion FR7X when I host parties farms Inns (about 50 people).
    Phenomenal for 600 € I found this really great little set.
    The sound is not aggressive at all, it is perfect for the accordion sounds FR7X.
    Impressive bass power for this little plastic box.
    Although the settings are limited, but more than enough.
    I have not yet tried to connect my AUDYA 4 to see what happens.
    For special occasions I use a Dynacord CMS1000 from home and 4kW amplified speakers Electro Voice. So I compare what!
    I think for € 600 you will not find better, I mean a set complete with mini mixer size and weight: just missing effects to your voice!
    To see if the system is reliable in time we'll see! in the meantime I enjoy.
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