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  • LoutLout

    Wharfedale Twin 18XPublished on 11/05/08 at 03:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use them for 1 year, but I can say that the picture is not the sub Twin 18X! The real has 4 handles to carry it, the grid does not rise to the top and the yield is much higher.

    The characteristics of the manual.

    Features: Folded bass horn subwoofer
    Freq resp: 35-150 Hz
    Sensitivity: 103 dB
    Continuous Power: 600
    Music: 1200
    Peak: 2400
    Max SPL peak: 136 dB
    Net Weight: 62.5 kg

    The performance is there, and also the quality: it works very well, and much better than the copies.
    Amplified by a Yamaha P5000S, it works well in low, but remains suppressed in 60hz (Blame it on the amp which has a switching power supply, if not with a real amp it goes down smoothly and become…
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    I use them for 1 year, but I can say that the picture is not the sub Twin 18X! The real has 4 handles to carry it, the grid does not rise to the top and the yield is much higher.

    The characteristics of the manual.

    Features: Folded bass horn subwoofer
    Freq resp: 35-150 Hz
    Sensitivity: 103 dB
    Continuous Power: 600
    Music: 1200
    Peak: 2400
    Max SPL peak: 136 dB
    Net Weight: 62.5 kg

    The performance is there, and also the quality: it works very well, and much better than the copies.
    Amplified by a Yamaha P5000S, it works well in low, but remains suppressed in 60hz (Blame it on the amp which has a switching power supply, if not with a real amp it goes down smoothly and becomes low physical ).
    The crossover utility I was good because I had an amp that I dropped in the evening, the Yamaha has done all the Boulo thanks to the crossover.

    The only negative is its weight ~ 65 kg but it is still acceptable, it is fairly compact and solid.
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  • ALT-MEDIAALT-MEDIA

    4 monster

    Wharfedale Twin 18XPublished on 06/27/11 at 05:08
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    exterieu used mainly in large or dirty, in the Horn 18 "works incredibly well aprtire has the time or amp deri follow.
    has not only a proceseur are still advised to shoot out of this monster.

    What a shame, but the weight
  • Eric6767Eric6767

    Wharfedale Twin 18XPublished on 02/10/09 at 11:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - For how long have you been using it?
    1year
    - What is the specific feature you like best
    very good performance with a couple of add-ins gnial Titans 15
    has breathtaking
    try them you will adopt
    little less:
    its weight and wrists lousy but it is by a perfect
    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    but I could not listen the difference between several well-known brand
    and my conviction
    - How do you report qualitprix?
    excellent for the price of competitors
    - With the exprience, you do again this election? ...
    unhesitatingly
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