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Yamaha DSR112
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  • Julien rmsJulien rms

    Ingalable

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 06/13/13 at 15:49
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    Passionate live music, I finally found a gem of sound technology without itch that price for adj professionnels.Tous was said in the prcdents opinion poustouflant. After several trials face a very high quality of hardware but very large, the DSR 112 gives a perfect refunds very high noise level. Compact, efficient, no interests to add subs so the acoustics was meticulously rgle.Un pure delight my ears, my back and my pleasure to have sound of events
  • lolo63410lolo63410

    I recommend

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 12/07/13 at 04:24
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    I use it for over 2 years.
    I tried ACUTE 15 Audiophony that sounded good but also less powerful.
    What I like is the power, sound quality with a weight of just over 20kg in an easily transportable volume.
    Report excellent quality / price.
    I would do this choice if I want to increase the power.
  • Jeremydu33Jeremydu33

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 11/25/13 at 19:48
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    Very good sound for the price.
    I sold it to acquire 115 DSR (less compact but can happen bass box under certain conditions).
    I tested a lot of things, I also proposed a comparison on the forum.
    Compact enclosure, less aggressive than the classics of other brands in the same price.
  • angeloyoangeloyo

    Yamaha DSR 112

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 11/14/13 at 20:32
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    I had 4 RCF NX M15A for the facade, very good stuff very good sound,
    I ais sold 2 112 to 2 DSR
    no comparison, DSR 112 shipments big sound but have equalized (for my taste) on 1KZ for his sharp has two "great for Live music group
    while rcf nx M15 has a strong 1 ", a little too late (for my taste) (very good for a DJ)
    suddenly the two are rcf pass back side,
    and 2 DSR112 his passing in front average config. with
    2 Subwoofers RCF 8002as on each side, one for each side DSR112,
    and there! I told you that his hard work!
    yes! there are going thought 2HP 46 "for a DSR112 in 31" is not great!
    well I told you that these DSR112 down low enough to get the lower medium might miss it!
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    I had 4 RCF NX M15A for the facade, very good stuff very good sound,
    I ais sold 2 112 to 2 DSR
    no comparison, DSR 112 shipments big sound but have equalized (for my taste) on 1KZ for his sharp has two "great for Live music group
    while rcf nx M15 has a strong 1 ", a little too late (for my taste) (very good for a DJ)
    suddenly the two are rcf pass back side,
    and 2 DSR112 his passing in front average config. with
    2 Subwoofers RCF 8002as on each side, one for each side DSR112,
    and there! I told you that his hard work!
    yes! there are going thought 2HP 46 "for a DSR112 in 31" is not great!
    well I told you that these DSR112 down low enough to get the lower medium might miss it!
    So these speakers DSR112, but happiness!
    clarity of sound, power, light,
    ha! jet set one side of the DSR112, a handful of very good quality bag,
    raised to the power,
    and round rubber feet on the other hand, for floor standing back, just in case!
    and of course, the original Yamaha covers are super convenient, fast setting quickly removed.
    here is my personal view of these speakers YAMAHA DSR 112
    photos.
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  • StarlivemusicStarlivemusic

    A dream

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 07/29/13 at 19:11
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    I just buy them and test them 180pers evening with three singers and a sax.
    Coupled with n rcf sub 802 I stayed on the c ...
    I had the KV2 Audio EX10 rcf 710A that I will sell.

    What I like
    the tenuous definition not aggressive power at all.
    Very good performance and have to go to make clipper.
    Superb finishes.
    The least
    The 22kg weight.
  • Julien rmsJulien rms

    Matchless

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 06/13/13 at 15:54
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    Passionate about live music, I finally found a gem of sound technology unmatched at this price for professionnels.Tous was already said in previous reviews breathtaking. After several tests against a material of high quality but very large, the DSR 112 gives a perfect reproduction at high sound levels. Compact, efficient, no interest to add subs so the acoustics were meticulously réglée.Un happiness to my ears, my back and my pleasure to add sound events.
  • jluchaagjluchaag

    C is pro

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 05/13/13 at 23:33
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    I used the last 6 months and I'm very happy I ve 4 with 4 boxes DSR 118 the whole sounds serious really nothing to say, and it also works without the boxes I have full use of other systems before JBL. Martin Audio. Dynaccord. ..... And that cost much + expensive for results only slightly better I think the price and excellent quality, and then there is the report Yamaha reliability I remake this choice without hesitation that I love the -. (I do not know, maybe weight) but it is not excessive n all major systems are heavy
  • lololuppinlololuppin

    Its very accurate and very powerful speaker

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 12/30/12 at 14:15
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    One important thing that often as Yamaha attention to detail quality finishing an impression of robustness, reliability and materials already congratulations because in this price range this is not always the case.
    Speaker with Yamaha shows its capacity to manage and master electronics because it is super powerful for its size (12 inches) with goodwill rather low but the most impressive is that high levels the sound remains own specific and nothing nor drool attacks, some medium (like Nexo) we recognize the swipe of our national Nexo (brand now owned by Yamaha) and this association will again in the future, many happy.

    It lacks a side handle to put the speaker on foot.

    Very nice sou…
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    One important thing that often as Yamaha attention to detail quality finishing an impression of robustness, reliability and materials already congratulations because in this price range this is not always the case.
    Speaker with Yamaha shows its capacity to manage and master electronics because it is super powerful for its size (12 inches) with goodwill rather low but the most impressive is that high levels the sound remains own specific and nothing nor drool attacks, some medium (like Nexo) we recognize the swipe of our national Nexo (brand now owned by Yamaha) and this association will again in the future, many happy.

    It lacks a side handle to put the speaker on foot.

    Very nice sound very nice finish to try urgently before buying powered speakers and I'm not talking about the legendary Yamaha reliability.
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  • Sono-Ev.Sono-Ev.

    Impressive

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 08/17/12 at 16:24
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    My opinion is based on a short term use of these speakers, I used to rent. In short, they have a large power reserve and twelve inches is simply stunning! As for the quality, it seems that here we reach the top level.
  • DucassoDucasso

    Impressive - listen comparative

    Yamaha DSR112Published on 06/12/12 at 07:08
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    I listened in a shop Yamaha DSR112 DSR + 1 sub and JBL PRX PRX612M + 1 sub.

    Remain on the heads, used in broadband. Power level, little difference, significance level also, but I was indoors and not very far (15m).

    On different styles of music, it is worth, the two sound great (jazz, classical, rock and electro). Under the same conditions, the medium (about 1 kHz) is a bit more on this Yam. If there really hinders it, a small enough equation.
    On solo vocals, I had a slight preference for JBL, especially on female voices. But when I heard a drum solo rock, it was clear: YAMAHA! Enormous dynamic, precision, super-transient response, a crazy attack. Even without the sub, I had the guts…
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    I listened in a shop Yamaha DSR112 DSR + 1 sub and JBL PRX PRX612M + 1 sub.

    Remain on the heads, used in broadband. Power level, little difference, significance level also, but I was indoors and not very far (15m).

    On different styles of music, it is worth, the two sound great (jazz, classical, rock and electro). Under the same conditions, the medium (about 1 kHz) is a bit more on this Yam. If there really hinders it, a small enough equation.
    On solo vocals, I had a slight preference for JBL, especially on female voices. But when I heard a drum solo rock, it was clear: YAMAHA! Enormous dynamic, precision, super-transient response, a crazy attack. Even without the sub, I had the guts that vibrated, unlike the JBL.

    To each his own style: a guitar / voice or a string quartet, slight preference for JBL, however once there is a hammer, or the DJ, Yamaha without hesitation.

    Little more about Yam compared to JBL: the two canted position to facilitate the return and set up access to the settings.
    Least small: no legs on the cutaway. As I will soon use the back of a truck converted to agriculture during the scene, I'm going to stick rubber washers.
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