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Re: Walter Woods/Euphonic Audio Amps


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Posted by Arturo Baguer on February 20, 2002 at 04:49:56:

In Reply to: Re: Walter Woods/Euphonic Audio Amps posted by Arturo Baguer on December 24, 2001 at 04:04:36:

I have the Walter Woods ultra high model (1200 watt mono) paired with Euphonic Audio VL210 and VL110. I also have an Acme low B2 that I use with the VL 210 if the gig is very loud but the VL210 and 110 is my favorite combination. These speakers do need a lot of power but they really are worth it. It's interesting how EAs compare to Acmes. Both are 3 way cabs and both are inefficient (although the EA is slightly more efficient). AB'd by themselves the Acme sounds warmer and fuller but when you take them on a gig the EA's come out on top because their lows are so incredibly focused. The Acmes are really good for low volume gigs, as they have enormous bottom, but at louder volume gigs (top 40/covers) the bottom can be too much. In my opinion they do not cut as well as the EA. I couldn't do a top 40 gig with just the B2, but I could do a top 40 gig with just the VL210.
The Acme really does sound terrific with upright however. I have an Acme B1 and with upright it beats out the EA VL110 in my opinion. They are both small boxes but since low end really matters to me with a small enclosure, then in that situation the B1 wins.




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