MSW8, Subwoofer from RCF.

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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
 3 reviews100 %
Value For Money:Excellent
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Nickokat's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)" A treat!!"

I use it in home theater for about 5 years.
A bass that pops out everything in the house, it is amplified with an Inter M R600 in Bridge.

vince1210mk2's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)

I use it since September 2008. Its rle strengthen the low end of a pair of RCF Monitor 4.

What I like most is its remarkable qualities of costing: one goes down very very low frequencies. I use this box in my living room with 2 monitors to listen Sound TV + listening to the CD.

Amplification: Inter-M R 300 + bridg (300 W RMS / 8 Ohms) + Inter-M R 150 for the monitors (2 x 75 W RMS / 4 Ohms), all shot 120 Hz + processor Behringer to beautify bass.

Excellent price quality ratio (Lot 600 purchased on eBay)

With the experience I have of FCR, I'm not ready to direct me to other brands.

Anonymous 's review(This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sub Installation
Equipped with a 12 "(31cm) ref: L12P300
Power: 300W RMS
Impedance: 8 Ohms
BP: 38 - 150 Hz + - 2dB
Dual-chamber bass reflex internal volume of 75 liters.
Efficiency: 94dB 1 / 2 space (so much freedom in singing).
Incorporate passive filter (120 Hz) for disengaging with active filtering.
Connection: Terminals
Dimensions: 298 x 800 x 508
Weight: 36kg

Quite impressive coupled with Monitor 8.
The 12 "by RCF is monstrous, it goes down really low" 38Hz "it is extremely reliable, never had a worry for 6 years, I shoot with a PT7 Bridger (1367 W RMS)" it said. "

Another very very beautiful realization of FCR.
A buy eyes closed.

The only downside: the wrists are not super convenient to carry but I remind you that it is a sub of insatallation.