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Nico53 Nico53
Published on 02/15/09 at 07:48
I used 2 or 3 times in quite different conditions ...
already, it takes place for these subs: I mean listening distance. But it's pretty amazing to see how it goes down ... we even almost not used to listen frequencies as serious high level (BP = 28Hz, 140Hz +/- 3dB). But compared to not NEXO LS1200 beautiful ... the SB218 is great art! Much more accurate!

<p class="bbcode-cite"> Quote: <span>
Crulle lack of performance, no dynamic, serious broullion, and yes if you look for the bass that grips your stomach go your way.</span>

Kesako? The same proof SB218 ... above ... taken from the manufacturer's technical doc was not trying (28Hz it takes to the belly I can assure you!). Yield? Frankly, I think we did not try the same boxes there ...;)

In any case, this is an excellent complement to the 115 (which cover 60Hz to 18kHz +/- 3dB preset with the "front"). Under ideal acoustic conditions, few corrections so. Rather color to give. An almost linear frustrating ... a real system what ...
Heavy but what subs worthy of the name are small hurt?
Excellent product anyway ...

EDIT:
contrary to what I read, the SB218 is not cardio ... we can arrange multiple in a stack to make the stack sub cardioid using presets good builder and assembling the stack in the rules of art ... but these subs are indeed omnis when stacked normally or alone! (I also do fresh repeatedly returns governed ...!)
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