What Hifi test Manger c1 – Het Britse blad What Hifi testte de Manger c1 actieve monitoren.
In een kritische test stippen zij alle positieve waarden aan van de Manger luidsprekers. Hier een stukjes uit de recensie:
“In their areas of strength, the C1s are right up there with the best money can buy. The use of that single in-house drive unit to deliver everything from low midrange upwards clearly works. It means the C1s have a seamless sense of coherence traditional multi-driver alternatives just can’t match.
Most conventional rivals have the crossover between the tweeter and midrange positioned at around 2.5kHz. That’s exactly the area of the frequency range that our hearing is at its most sensitive, and right at the heart of where voices exist. By moving the crossover as low as 330Hz, as Manger has managed, the C1s avoid all the phase and integration issues suffered by conventional alternatives in this all-important region.
Instead you get a wonderfully focused and articulate presentation that sounds impressively life-like when it comes to vocal textures and low-level dynamic nuances. Listen to Last by the Unthanks or Aretha Franklin’s Dr. Feelgood and the Manger C1s’ impressive way with voices deserves the highest of praise, such is the passion and delicacy displayed.”
En de conclusie:
“The Mangers C1s aren’t perfect, but for some, the speaker’s impressive coherence and timing will be hard to resist. Add that tuneful bass performance to their adjustable and upgradeable nature and ability to play at high levels, and it’s easy to understand their appeal. The C1s aren’t flawless all-rounders, but remain tempting all the same.”
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