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War of the 10" monster midbasses
War of the 10" monster midbasses
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Old 16th May 2019, 09:33 PM   #71
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Thank you 5th elemen.
I got two RCF 10L-750YK and they are excellent in the range 175-1100hz.
Very open and clear sound.
I had thought about acquiring a pair of those, but the limited Xmax kept me away from them, as well as a limited F(-3) point. Have you tested the harmonic distortion of those?
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I had thought about acquiring a pair of those, but the limited Xmax kept me away from them, as well as a limited F(-3) point. Have you tested the harmonic distortion of those?
I have not.
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