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Old 14th January 2013, 04:32 AM   #1
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Would anyone know what kind of power amps are used inside the Behringer 3030A/3031A active speakers. I seem to remember that I read somewhere that they were class D modules. Is that correct ?

Both units seem to crossover at 3.6Khz . That is usually considered very high for an 8 3/4 inch driver ( 3031A). So is the 3030A audibly better than the 3031A ?
I'm guessing that midrange ( voice !) and imaging is better on the 3030A ?

So if the two units ( 3030A and 3031A) are crossed over at say 70Hz to a sub , would they sound the same or would the 3030A sound better. I hope someone has tried this ! Guesswork wouldn't give the answer.

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