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Divatech DIVA18
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Passive Monitor from Divatech .

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the dwarf the dwarf

«  Comfort and precision »

Published on 09/16/14 at 07:05
I just looked down and opinions here me to have also found down here used.
For a slightly more hi-fi but still specific monitoring.
Connected to a Harman Kardon Amp.
To listen to mixes when it's over.

SOUNDS

The curve is fairly neutral but was more accurate in the midrange.
The bass sound very accurate and powerful.
Stereo no problem. The dynamic is rather extraordinary for loudspeakers
which remain unknown to all as they are made in France.
A drummer will bleuffé by the accuracy of these transients speakers

OVERALL OPINION

Achettées me to have them there fifteen years.
Before them, I've tried numerous speakers HIFI.
Including Elipson studio (beautiful speakers)
The Divatech are superb speakers that can be used for monitoring
(With a good amp). Dual-use therefore.
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