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  • Anonymous

    great

    Beyma CP-350/TiPublished on 11/20/14 at 07:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What characteristics have motivated your choice? fair for a pair of hi-fi speakers with a couple sm 112n Beyma.
    use a marantz pm 4400 amp

    SOUNDS

    The frequency curve is sufficiently neutral? yes they are perfectly ride on paved Ciare alue in the 30 + 30 and its soft and really agrésif

    The sound is clear and precise across the spectrum? yes I find just a little lacking in the high end worm 15/16 kz

    OVERALL OPINION

    Wholesale super quality raport price OCASE.

    I find it particularly suitable for use domestic hi-fi and home cinema
  • Beyma CP-350/TiPublished on 02/19/05 at 01:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use the wrong one "for many years in my Hi-Fi Systm
    Although advises 1.2 kHz cutoff 18 dB / oct, I cut 600 Hz 24 dB / oct active filtration.
    Crossover Behring, ROTEL amps.
    I have couple with two lanes in FOSTEX 38 cms.

    A small and inexpensive as possible amlioration: Open the back and brush the "shell" Blackson. While waiting for the Schager.

    SOUNDS

    Monte enough to do without tweeter.
    Sound without burrs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Fidler serve me for many years in Hi-Fi.
    Excellent qualitprix.
    CAUTION: Do not weld on the legs directemnt too fragile because of their rubber mounts that do not like this treatment! ...
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    I use the wrong one "for many years in my Hi-Fi Systm
    Although advises 1.2 kHz cutoff 18 dB / oct, I cut 600 Hz 24 dB / oct active filtration.
    Crossover Behring, ROTEL amps.
    I have couple with two lanes in FOSTEX 38 cms.

    A small and inexpensive as possible amlioration: Open the back and brush the "shell" Blackson. While waiting for the Schager.

    SOUNDS

    Monte enough to do without tweeter.
    Sound without burrs.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Fidler serve me for many years in Hi-Fi.
    Excellent qualitprix.
    CAUTION: Do not weld on the legs directemnt too fragile because of their rubber mounts that do not like this treatment!
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