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DAS Avant 215A
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DAS Avant 215A

Powered PA Speaker Cabinet from DAS belonging to the Avant series.

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«  Sound quality »

Publié le 02/07/11 à 09:26
Value For Money : Excellent
I been using it for 9 months
I try and listen hk jbl sr Yorkville Dynacord technology etc.
the least: for a port or the jbl yorkville acute compression is lower but for me it's a speaker that does not break oreilles.le price but up from a port competition.
the more I think this place has amplified sound quality like hk or sr tech but more puissant.il is a flat mode more than treble and bass boost mode with more bass output and also a line for a micro.on can make an evening with a pair and also couples with subwoofers at least as much style 800w das 118a.l before the speaker is only 44kg and a beautiful finish manufacturing.
To book rooms and great rooms and can make out.
I judge the quality / price ratio and good remake that choice.






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