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jojokim jojokim
Publié le 11/22/10 à 03:29
I made 2 in 2008. Fairly simple to build (CP prefer to MDF for weight reasons).

Level gauge, bah it's a sub, ca necessarily falls outside the pocket, but it remains correct level handling. Two moves well it is .. MDF, bah it's still very heavy wheels of rigor and at least four handles (Marshallian).

Used in reinforcement of bass / sub, it will not hurt, it goes down fairly low. Used by 4 it must already be low enough (25/30hz). Attention is the relex bass, so a low round and deep, bearing in mind that the scope is more limited than a suburban office. For use indoors rather, outside the scope is limited to fifteen meters.

Using live, it makes a nice kick and a relatively deep bass.
Use still somewhat below, with a cutoff of 80/100hz. I had the opportunity to couple to top Q7 at D & B (number 2), a gauge of 300 people that did it well.

I would love to see what it would give with MT130 or MT122 top .. I think to redo two a day, but before that will be of top quality ..






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