Reviewed by: Reviewed by: G
Leonard, Audio Enthusiast, from Kailua Hawaii
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I bought the SE84CS after reading the reviews, and shortly
after hearing an Audio Electronic Supply amp.
Currently I'm in the
tinkering stage with it, as I have it hooked up to my studio rig which consists
of a 12 channel Mackie mixing board and I'm firing a set of highly modified
Cerwin Vega E-715 speakers (each one of them has an extra 15" speaker tacked
onto the bottom of them, making them into two 15" cabs), which are rated about
Last night, I brought it in the house and hooked it up my Klipsch
Efficiency being the key here, this amp rocks and has no
probably driving the Klipsch's, or the CV's to healthy volumes- louder than what
I would normally listen to music at, and even louder than what I would normally
listen to music after drinking 3-4 Corona's..
Tell you what folks..
here's the key: Buy one. Get a nice efficient set of Klipsch's. Pull them out
away from the wall, and do yourself a favor and save the money that you would
waste on surround sound rigs. Or take that money and buy two of them (you can
With this amp, you won't need surround sound.
Frightening what the presence is with this little amplifier. Your gonna
love it, and it's the best $695 that you ever spent. Or buy the $495 SE84
version.. same power, same liquid sound, just less pretty in looks.
liquid mids and highs, really sharp bass, pleasant to
none.. you can't beat it for twice the price..
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