Cerwin Vega - Haut-parleur INT-252 1000w
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Description du produit
La légende continue...CERWIN VEGA série professionelle double 38cm pour une puissance et un rendu exceptionnel Enceinte bass-reflex 2 voies composée de 3 haut-parleurs Prix indiqué pour une pièce Puissance Max 2000 Watts (la paire) et Rms 1000 Watts (la paire) Diamètre: double 38 cm Impédance 4 ohms Poids : 39 kg Garantie 1 an Dimensions 46 x 116.9 x 48.3 cm
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Do not let the name brand fool you. Yes, Cerwin Vega! touts themselves as a company that is all about the loud, and they are. But the dirty little secret is that they sound good too, and too many people dismiss that. Just because you have ridiculously loud potential doesn't mean you can't sound like garbage playing quietly.
Generally, the speakers ARE aesthetically appealing. The metal mesh grill and the very smooth horn waveguide, along with the trapezoidal footprint and dark carpet do command a very industrial impression, but it its still very clean and minimalist for its size. Its inputs are 1/4" and Speakon, and it has safety fuses(light bulb style) built in. The upper woofer is used as a mid-woofer, and the lower is set for the deeper bass.
The sound is nothing short of amazing, even if you don't like it loud. Why would you buy these if you don't like it loud? Range control. Both the dynamic range and the frequency range of this speaker are so broad and controlled in those ranges, even if you play it quiet, you WILL hear every guitar fret on Steely Dan, every breath noise of Bonnie Raitt, and every subsonic impact from the London Symphony Orchestra bass drum. No detail is lost.
It has a couple cons, tho. Since the 'midrange' is a 15", its somewhat directional in throw. The horns cover eachother well enough at various distances, but the midrange will suffer if they are further than 25~30' from eachother.
People who should look at this speaker are:
live bands on small gigs - This speaker has an incredibly flat response curve for what it is and won't color your band's amplified sounds. Despite its size, its not unwieldy to handle. Two smaller ladies could still move it easily with the handles on the side, and most guys can probably lift it to a minivan themselves. Set it on a flat dolly and it will fit thru most doors easily. The wide waveguide on the tweeter also spreads the sound out very well.
DJs and gig pros- This speaker is ridiculously efficient and clean. Even if you don't have the greatest amps in the world, or don't even have a sub yet, this thing will take however many watts you DO have and make it sound good. Just make sure your amp is 4ohm stable. If you do have power, this thing will definitely handle whatever you can unleash upon it. (This speaker however has no mounting or flying points of its own, so even though it would do well in trusses from a sound POV, its not equipped for such work.)
Home audio enthusiast- If you're a 2 channel stereo purist, or some college kid who needs it loud, these are your monolith. If you have a 2nd tier home receiver that is 4 ohm stable (such as Onkyo, HK, Denon, etc) you can get incredible imaging and quality from these speakers.
I loaned these out to someone(ugh) who overdrove a tiny amplifier, or had a bad gain structure while using them. Make sure you follow your basics, or suffer thermal failure.
When I got them back, the tweeter on one side wasn't working. When I took it apart, the tweeter was fine, and the safety fuse light bulb ($5) on the cross-over had blown and protected the tweeter ($45). New bulb, reassemble, and it was back to banging with my 500-watt Crown amplifier with no problems.
I've realised there is one severe limitation of speakers like these that I didn't at the outset until I started using this in smaller venues.
With no mounting option, make sure you take into account that people soak up alot of frequencies. If you can't prop them up high enough so that the horn of the tweeter bottom is level with the average ear-height of the audience, you need a different speaker solution.