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Publié le 12/31/06 à 04:41
I have two years already and it's true that not all top of the system ... hf There is a slight hiss, but if you do not hear you play. The sound is also slightly altered but readjusted on the amp it can very well compensate for this problem. What is not catastrophic. After it's true that it is a system designed for hf scratch that will play in small rooms with their group, not to bercy course ... But I think to use "gigs" is fully satisfactory (that has not already had his foot wrapped around the jack singer ????)...

with respect to the clear sound that becomes a crunch, I have not had that trouble ...

Unless you have the gold coins and invest in a u-Nady 1000gt for the top, I think this one is really the case.

I would put 8 in the light of the use to do with it ... (Of course, compared to a big rack Nady ..............)
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