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Author Topic: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P  (Read 3331 times)

Mike Pyle

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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #10 on: May 21, 2014, 03:29:06 pm »

...and make sure they are powered. They do sell a passive version.
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #11 on: May 22, 2014, 08:56:48 am »

...and make sure they are powered. They do sell a passive version.

Yea, been there done that when I was trying to set-up a demo.

TT22A are a huge step up from the DSR & ETX. 

TT22A is a pro level box build for touring abuse.  Not much EQ's needed, just a little flavor adding.  PowerCon plugs that you build yourself
DSR & ETX is a light duty box not built to take any long term abuse.  Lots of EQing needed to get a balanced sound.  IEC that you can't build and they tend to slide out over the years.
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #12 on: May 22, 2014, 09:22:15 am »

DSR & ETX is a light duty box not built to take any long term abuse.  Lots of EQing needed to get a balanced sound.  IEC that you can't build and they tend to slide out over the years.

Can you tell by the pictures how much EQ the ETX will take to get a "balanced" sound, or have you spent a whole bunch of time with the box that has been available for all of a week?
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #13 on: May 22, 2014, 12:35:34 pm »

Can you tell by the pictures how much EQ the ETX will take to get a "balanced" sound, or have you spent a whole bunch of time with the box that has been available for all of a week?

They've been out for a little longer than a week, I'd say close to 2 months.  I've heard them a couple times already, they sound like the ELX with a digital amp module.
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #14 on: May 22, 2014, 06:08:11 pm »

They've been out for a little longer than a week, I'd say close to 2 months.  I've heard them a couple times already, they sound like the ELX with a digital amp module.

Jeez, I hope they sound more than little better than the ELX. They're twice as much!
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #15 on: May 22, 2014, 06:13:40 pm »

The TT boxes are in a league of their own and can not be compared to the other boxes...with use of B&O or Powersoft type amps and premium drivers, and how the box is voiced...the TT boxes are quite a number of steps above the others , the others are in the MI world....the TT is in the big boy league.
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #16 on: May 22, 2014, 07:51:09 pm »

I can't speak to the other boxes mentioned here but if the elx-12 sounds similar to the elx-10 it's a great box. I spent most of yesterday comparing them to our rental stock of sx300, sxa250, vl262, zx3 and a set of tourx12" I understand that these are not in the range of the TT but it will give you a point of reference to boxes you may have heard.
The 10" etx was overall tighter and fuller from about 75hz up to the mid bass snare drum sounded fuller while still leaving room for the vocal to shine (male). The top end sounded like it had a slight rise but didn't have any harshness  associated with some of the other boxes.

Hope that helps.
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #17 on: May 23, 2014, 12:44:10 am »

vote RCF TT22
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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #18 on: May 23, 2014, 01:23:49 am »

vote RCF TT22

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Re: RCF TT22-a Vs Yamaha DSR112 Vs EV ETX-12P
« Reply #19 on: May 23, 2014, 05:59:30 pm »

Hi everyone

Just a quick thank you for all your help and advice. I've just bought the pair of TT22-a's. Very pleased with the price and really looking forward to listening to them. Sadly I had to make the purchase before hearing them as there was only one pair left on a webshop, and my first opportunity to listen to them would be another week away yet thanks to work. I've heard enough positive stuff here and on other forums to know it's a sensible purchase though.
Thanks again
Chris
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