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  • fgrilletfgrillet

    Returns of good heavy well ...

    Celestion QXa-122Published on 03/03/12 at 13:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    These bi-amplified speakers were purchased in 2000 for dissemination to shows, they are used as feedback for the creation of a group in 2007. Their shape is also originally designed for this purpose. The sound is faithful and well transcribed. It is entirely consistent with the wishes of the musicians. The voice comes off very many instruments. No problems with feedback, even without equalizing the signal.

    The major problem is that the weight (25 kg each) must be at arm's length with a plastic strap that is not very practical and can not be easily manipulated.

    Without this "detail", I think I will keep for a long time but now I'm looking for smaller models and especially lighter.

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    These bi-amplified speakers were purchased in 2000 for dissemination to shows, they are used as feedback for the creation of a group in 2007. Their shape is also originally designed for this purpose. The sound is faithful and well transcribed. It is entirely consistent with the wishes of the musicians. The voice comes off very many instruments. No problems with feedback, even without equalizing the signal.

    The major problem is that the weight (25 kg each) must be at arm's length with a plastic strap that is not very practical and can not be easily manipulated.

    Without this "detail", I think I will keep for a long time but now I'm looking for smaller models and especially lighter.

    The quality / price was right in 2000 but seems justified because despite leu age, they are still brave and are used regularly for rehearsals.
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