All user reviews for the Yamaha DXR10
defre2's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good speakers"
Rehearsals Blues-Rock group singing, singing façade small places and back when DXR15 front is used for sound to all instruments, outdoor example.
I like the sound definition for a model of this price, the bass that are present for a 10 "horizontal dispersion which ensures good return out of the shaft.
Compared to DXR15 I also find that the connection between frequency woofer and compression is more balanced, smooth, as the 10 "is more comfortable on the lower midrange.
The extensive rear connectors: XLR mono, Jack and RCA mono or stereo signals to share with another speaker out via the link, very useful when diffuse background music from a player at a cocktail party.
The recess and weight, as the other models, which allows the double well of the bow to the audience.
I'll just say that at the covers, I bought RCF models 310A and mm if pregnant float a bit once packed, the opening front / rear system is compatible with the enclosure mounted on foot .. . which is very useful in case of risk averse!
I remake that choice without problem, the price performance ratio is excellent
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
Batt-Man69's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfect compact enclosure"
For covers of Stagg SPB-10, they are perfect, you'd think they were designed for this model. Half price Yamaha origins. Strong practices as usual.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
Taigong's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good versatile speaker"
Good speaker with good sound reproduction fairly neutral. The connectors are standard with some tweaks to the rear of the enclosure that adjust the sound.
Very good quality / price ratio. Use for music (pop / rock) and speaking, in both cases the speaker does a good job
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
sunsetorchestra's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" it sounds fabulous!"
4 10 back mainly DRX
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
yverof's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I recommend"
I had a horrible doubt. Is it going to really sound with 100 to 150 people? And low?
Briefly tried yesterday context in an average room, 350 m2 area, very high ceiling (in fact a very large barn converted into a concert hall), it was perfect. Clarity of voice and guitar (plugged Ethos overdrive) everything through a Mackie CR 1604 VLC. Without needing to boost the power (the button on the left line input to zero) it really sent. Not even need to return by putting DXR10 behind and no feedback!. That happiness.
Light, no need to be two to mount on supports.
Very compact and solid.
Complicated one point find a Yamaha cover. The delays are unknown and stores do not have, so if a user an idea of a place where I could find, I'm interested. Except this does not concern the enclosure itself is a 10/10 compared to my expectations.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
Nico-'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent material"
Used to amplify a Clavia Nord Stage. The sounds of piano and Hammond are very well rendered. The bass is deep, the entire spectrum is balanced.
A low or high level quality.
Quality design, giving a good impression of robustness.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
ytreza's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent back"
First snooze, pregnant at my feet the voice immediately audible .. 700 watt and 131 db spl it feels ... for me and my marshall 100 watt lamps but also to three meters behind the drummer! First concert: excellent, a small bomb that assures and reassures you (the singers understand me ...), a fast connection, easy loading and childish .. 50 cm x 30cm .. So to all singers guitarists who want to repeat at home (you plug in rca mp3's on it and sing over ..), in room with pals and ensure their concert is great! The price seems a bit hefty but rather than buying two mediocre for the price I chose to excellent. I had tried to pass the course, and the mackie 450 rcf ... they are bigger, heavier and worse ... .. One regret, Yamaha has just released the cover and they did not have the genius of rcf .. be out of the bag to use it ... But the box is solid. No regrets for this purchase so. Perfect (for me) Good music at all.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful