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QSC K8
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QSC K8

Powered PA Speaker Cabinet from QSC belonging to the K Series series.

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«  TOP € 1,200 well dépenssé »

Published on 08/12/14 at 04:19
Where to start, and if I had to sum in one word it would be astonishing, a compact size that pregnant Thomann hits hard with amplification are made in QSC. In excellent finish these small speaker does not forget the practice of being back is filled with very practical and well thought out connectivity routing of the in / out shown by an arrow prevents wiring errors.
The sound now, Thomann is excellent there is no other word there is good despite its low HP 8-inch, of course everything is relative does not expect either to low crazy it is highly recommended to buy the subwoofer of the same series for Thomann evening 300pers. But 50 100 manages wide.
Ideal for small party for groups or return these small K8 are impressive add them Subwoofer K-Sub and bingo, all is light compact with good power. Thomann short a great product.
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