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Powered PA Speaker Cabinet from RCF belonging to the ART 3 series.

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  • Cap-MusicCap-Music

    RCF ART 325-APublished on 12/22/10 at 05:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I find it unfortunate that people vraissemblablement having no audio training provide advice destinnés to "break" excellent products like this ...
  • phonic6phonic6

    RCF ART 325-APublished on 10/10/06 at 13:25
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    I have been using it for 3 months maintenent is my new facade.
    Each sub is 325 has 705as Art and are cut to 80Hz
    What I like most: The banana really impressive power is controlled to perfection, clarity of sound, PROTECTION (limiter) really impressive is impossible to take a traitor guard vraix fools. The controls are simple enough!
    What I like least: for now I only see a small accident in the lower midrange not too serious, and some accidents in the very high treble, but nothing too similar and barely audible! The body vibrates slightly behind giving a aspet of saturated light when you're in the back of the enclosure, but hey you listen to the front right? And not before one cares of…
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    I have been using it for 3 months maintenent is my new facade.
    Each sub is 325 has 705as Art and are cut to 80Hz
    What I like most: The banana really impressive power is controlled to perfection, clarity of sound, PROTECTION (limiter) really impressive is impossible to take a traitor guard vraix fools. The controls are simple enough!
    What I like least: for now I only see a small accident in the lower midrange not too serious, and some accidents in the very high treble, but nothing too similar and barely audible! The body vibrates slightly behind giving a aspet of saturated light when you're in the back of the enclosure, but hey you listen to the front right? And not before one cares of this type!

    yes I had the opportunity to see spend a lot of models to me (concert sound technician) of all types and power. I must say that in this category (pregnant with 400W amplified) it out for me in the first, it is fairly compact and is a major asset for me, especially not move it to work, and it's really balanced and which saturates the first I applauded (the Actor differ in some such)! Poingnées in numbers of practice for the wear, and 4 point hooks!
    Report qualitée price, in my opinion very good, if you know the speakers handle it really gives exellent results, and to be coupled (more sub heads) with a C. Heil has not flushed well otherwise.
    This forum is really great interesting!
    Of course I would do this election and I will soon do it again for my stage monitors.
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  • roglem1955roglem1955

    RCF ART 325-APublished on 10/28/07 at 16:36
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    I use a pair of RCF ART 325A preque for 1 month for private use. (Mainly the cost of jazz through a cd player connected to input "CD" of the mixer without using the equalizer of it but by an external equalizer)
    The point I prfre is the precision of compression 2 inches for the clash of cymbals and the harmonics of almost all the instruments, I RULES linear mode and I do a bump of + / - 6 dB 4 kHz. There is no background noise.
    The least that the low cot, as I do not ride much volume, the pice is 35 m, 15-inch does not speak too much!
    I never buy other models aqurir amplified before the RCF.
    The report price is trs good quality, if for the use I made certain I compare stereo speakers…
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    I use a pair of RCF ART 325A preque for 1 month for private use. (Mainly the cost of jazz through a cd player connected to input "CD" of the mixer without using the equalizer of it but by an external equalizer)
    The point I prfre is the precision of compression 2 inches for the clash of cymbals and the harmonics of almost all the instruments, I RULES linear mode and I do a bump of + / - 6 dB 4 kHz. There is no background noise.
    The least that the low cot, as I do not ride much volume, the pice is 35 m, 15-inch does not speak too much!
    I never buy other models aqurir amplified before the RCF.
    The report price is trs good quality, if for the use I made certain I compare stereo speakers that are not so "natural" that the FCR in returning to music.
    For a domestic installation and the type of music that I would do j'coute this choice, both for jazz for The variety of concert or other live ... Not forgetting to say that they should be excellent for the pro sound!
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  • DKdanceDKdance

    RCF ART 325-APublished on 06/12/08 at 13:25
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    I use a pair of 325 for over a year to the sound of a folk-rock band.
    For now they are used in full range and sometimes in top of two sub peavey.
    In full, they are present, good dynamics, clarity in the treble, only a small correction to 2 kHz. Another small detail, they also slightly vibrate when seeking a bit in the lower spectre.On understood when one is behind but face no problem it sends very strong.
    When used in top, this is where we discover the full potential of gamelles.Anciennement with two pro peavey sub (subs very very average) and now with a TTS18 A (huge!), Filtered at 90 Hz c ' is a real treat: we can then use all the power, the limiter is doing its job, it was a beauti…
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    I use a pair of 325 for over a year to the sound of a folk-rock band.
    For now they are used in full range and sometimes in top of two sub peavey.
    In full, they are present, good dynamics, clarity in the treble, only a small correction to 2 kHz. Another small detail, they also slightly vibrate when seeking a bit in the lower spectre.On understood when one is behind but face no problem it sends very strong.
    When used in top, this is where we discover the full potential of gamelles.Anciennement with two pro peavey sub (subs very very average) and now with a TTS18 A (huge!), Filtered at 90 Hz c ' is a real treat: we can then use all the power, the limiter is doing its job, it was a beautiful tool!
    With the experience I would do, of course, the same choice, though I seriously eyeing a pair of TT25 to accompany the sub and suddenly take the 325 back ...........
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  • Thierry45Thierry45

    I love

    RCF ART 325-APublished on 09/13/11 at 13:11
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    I use them for 4 years

    I board tried the low-end models but ... they shock me bewitched

    What I like most is the very sharp crystalline

    What I like least: the quality of the volume knob spitting from time to time when we do not use them for a few days of non use, but back then in the order. A stroke of KF has solved the contact problem.

    They are worth their price, quality and comes at a price so good value for money

    I would definitely do it again this choice for rooms small, medium, and large boxes with the addition of type RCF 705 AF.
  • vivi94700vivi94700

    RCF ART 325-APublished on 07/15/09 at 06:19
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    I use these speakers for 18 months, and I'm not quite happy because in fact the sound is very clear but sorely lacking in bass, I really feel that 15 inches is pointless to Elsewhere looking more closely at the 15 "has moved slightly same high volume it does not feel the strike of 15 inches. These speakers send out their 50 watt treble but surely not 350 watt bass. So over 900 € the enclosure is a shame to still invest in an equalizer for the bass can be with these speakers There is a small built-in equalizer in red position reinforces the bass and still nothing big disappointment bass. I even asked if my speakers were defective, and having met another DJ with the same speakers and same pro…
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    I use these speakers for 18 months, and I'm not quite happy because in fact the sound is very clear but sorely lacking in bass, I really feel that 15 inches is pointless to Elsewhere looking more closely at the 15 "has moved slightly same high volume it does not feel the strike of 15 inches. These speakers send out their 50 watt treble but surely not 350 watt bass. So over 900 € the enclosure is a shame to still invest in an equalizer for the bass can be with these speakers There is a small built-in equalizer in red position reinforces the bass and still nothing big disappointment bass. I even asked if my speakers were defective, and having met another DJ with the same speakers and same problem .... no bass.
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