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Electrovoice Power amp

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  • Electrovoice Power amp

    G'day guys, just wondering if anyone here has any experience with the Electrovoice CP1200 power amps, the german built ones? Are they reliable and is the output close to the specs etc.


  • #2

    Nope, don't see many of them here.

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    • Jules@52
      Jules@52 commented
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      agedhorse wrote:

      Nope, don't see many of them here.


      Ok, maybe its more of a european market that they cater to? I have some of their mics and are really pleased with them. I was interested in purchasing one of these amps, just looked up their website and it is now discontinued, I wonder why because the other models in that range are still available. Cant find any reviews either.


  • #3
    If I had only one choice of mic brand, it would be EV. They make some great mics

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    • Axisplayer
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      Tomm Williams wrote:
      If I had only one choice of mic brand, it would be EV Earthworks. They make some great mics

       Tomm, I fixed it for you. You're welcome. (but I agree...)


  • #4
    Oh yeah Stu

    One of these days there will be a pair of EW oh's in the inventory.

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    • #5
      The pl35's will serve just fine.

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      • Jules@52
        Jules@52 commented
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        Tomm Williams wrote:
        The pl35's will serve just fine.

        Yep love them, I think they sound pretty close to the SM57 and only paid $39aus each! Solidly built too with mic clips that hang on no matter what.


    • #6
      Check out the discontinued EV 308. Small, rugged, easy to position and found easily under $100. Very nice drum/amp/horn mic. Versatlie like a 57 but sounds much nicer IMO

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      • Unalaska
        Unalaska commented
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        I've owned a 7300a and a 7600 in the past, both amps seemed to put out far more than their rated power truly excellent amps! But the weight... Heavy. And 3u. Sold!


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