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Old 7th August 2011, 01:21 AM   #1
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I'd like to spend around $175. Don't really care how it looks, as long as it is fully functional. For $175, I'm prepared for some cosmetic damage.
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Old 7th August 2011, 03:34 AM   #2
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Many say they are bad, low-cost components, the result doubtful. Have two DCX2496 crossovers at home, with six channels of amplification and I like it very much. My ears are the best judge. But most people say that only lends itself to PA.
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Many say they are bad, low-cost components, the result doubtful. Have two DCX2496 crossovers at home, with six channels of amplification and I like it very much. My ears are the best judge. But most people say that only lends itself to PA.
Those who can actually hear the difference should probably invest in better equipment. I'm just a simple guy trying to get into hifi, so I doubt I'll notice the difference between this and something like a driverack.
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Hi Frosteh,

Go ahead, I like the Linkwitz-Riley filters cut at 24 and 48 dB / octave. Also their dynamic equalizer is very good for listening at low volume, when we can recover the low and high frequency (loudness). But as I said, is an equipment used in PA, being restricted to domestic use, when we want high quality. Your ears will be the judge: if you like, buy it. Try before in a store or friends house. Greetings
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