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Ipwarrior Ipwarrior

«  From KIT BLUE SOUND + SM115 SMC020 »

Published on 05/28/12 at 06:06
-Primarily more power and quality
-Festive use / semi-pro
Set-amp these speakers / cuts:
PA2600 - its ultra clean (Haussmann building large room seating 130 people +)
EP2500 - clean sound but can tinted high volume (vibration flag itself) (sound room seats 600/180 people)
Tamp 2400 MK-X - clean sound no apparent defect (PA outdoors)

SOUNDS

Neutral-frequency curve
Dynamic and detailed sound-
-Clear and precise across the entire spectrum

OVERALL OPINION

-It's been 9 and I have consumed, they still work.
-Not that much:
I have the H412 PHT404 in stock
and in pregnant MHD55 MDH120 hp 31cm.
I love the sound of flags grooved for the definition: it's cleaner that cuts in warheads.
value for money is honest: they work long and are not aggressive:
-Reliable over time
In neutral or near-moderate use
-Very good in discomobile if fine adjustment and a good source upstream.
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