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Jeremy Maeder

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RCF 4PRO 8001-AS Subs Still Relevant?
« on: January 22, 2018, 12:08:30 pm »

Have an opportunity to pickup a pair of RCF 4PRO 8001-AS Subs from a close friend cutting me a sensational deal at $300ea, trying to see if it is worth it. They might be a little dated but seem to pretty decent. We're currently using a pair of Mackie SRS1500s with QSC KW153 mains for a cover rock/pop band, we only pull out the Mackies when we think the low-end will need a little more kick at a gig...KW153 can produce a good amount of low end most times. Have bigger gigs coming up and we know that we'll need the extra low end and the SRS1500s are not going to cut it. Are these worth the investment or should we keep looking? Thanks in advanced!
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Jay Marr

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Re: RCF 4PRO 8001-AS Subs Still Relevant?
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2018, 01:11:41 pm »

Have an opportunity to pickup a pair of RCF 4PRO 8001-AS Subs at $300ea, trying to see if it is worth it. They might be a little dated but seem to pretty decent. We're currently using a pair of Mackie SRS1500s with QSC KW153 mains for a cover rock/pop band, we only pull out the Mackies when we think the low-end will need a little more kick at a gig...KW153 can produce a good amount of low end most times. Have bigger gigs coming up and we know that we'll need the extra low end and the SRS1500s are not going to cut it. Are these worth the investment or should we keep looking? Thanks in advanced!

$300 each, yes......they're 'decent'.  Not going to compare to a JBL SRX or anything, but I would take those over your Mackies any day of the week.
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