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  • soundmachine62soundmachine62

    Mac Mah MS-18BPublished on 07/30/07 at 10:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Trs good product, good finish, trs robust grid, a good 10/10 MRIT
  • dj niko974dj niko974

    Mac Mah MS-18BPublished on 08/11/08 at 05:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What do you think of this subwoofer??
    if you have it give your opinion
    the positives and the negatives
    and also the amp that you feed the
    thank you
  • sebastienssebastiens

    Mac Mah MS-18BPublished on 09/24/09 at 05:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I Posed caissons Mah MAC-MS-18B for over a year and I am very satisfied.

    Their value for money is more than well.

    I feed myself each box with an Inter-M M1000 Bridged.
    I put the amps to the max not because MS18B are only 500W RMS into 8 ohms, while the M1000 him under 1000W 8ohms.

    At the beginning I feed the two boxes with Australian Monitor C1200 (2 * 600W @ 4 ohms) which makes it well but when I esseillé bridged with the M1000 then I can dir there is nothing better to put a subwoofer in mono, the sound is ten times better, the bass is deeper.

    Conclusion:

    If you have a small budget and you take a eSite MS 18 B, I can tell you that you dir would not be disappointed.

    Seb…
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    I Posed caissons Mah MAC-MS-18B for over a year and I am very satisfied.

    Their value for money is more than well.

    I feed myself each box with an Inter-M M1000 Bridged.
    I put the amps to the max not because MS18B are only 500W RMS into 8 ohms, while the M1000 him under 1000W 8ohms.

    At the beginning I feed the two boxes with Australian Monitor C1200 (2 * 600W @ 4 ohms) which makes it well but when I esseillé bridged with the M1000 then I can dir there is nothing better to put a subwoofer in mono, the sound is ten times better, the bass is deeper.

    Conclusion:

    If you have a small budget and you take a eSite MS 18 B, I can tell you that you dir would not be disappointed.

    Sebastian
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