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Author Topic: Huh. Alto discontinued their SXM112a.  (Read 1798 times)

frank kayser

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Re: Huh. Alto discontinued their SXM112a.
« Reply #10 on: October 13, 2019, 05:26:12 pm »

I have some of the TFX122M-AN coming in tomorrow.
Hmmm... Looks interesting!
More power, and better looks from the audience side.
Anyone heard them?


Birch?  or...
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Mike Pyle

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Re: Huh. Alto discontinued their SXM112a.
« Reply #11 on: October 13, 2019, 06:28:01 pm »

...Birch?  or...

They are a plywood cabinet with plastic caps over the plywood on the ends. I also have some of the better TFM passive version in stock and pulled the cap off of my demo  cab to see what it looked like underneath.
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Re: Huh. Alto discontinued their SXM112a.
« Reply #12 on: October 14, 2019, 04:19:48 pm »

They are a plywood cabinet with plastic caps over the plywood on the ends. I also have some of the better TFM passive version in stock and pulled the cap off of my demo  cab to see what it looked like underneath.

I've got a few of these TFX112 in a couple different rooms I work in...  They're good at their price point, but have their limitations.  The plastic ends get scuffed easily, not a ton of low end, gets honky in the midrange, and my biggest pet peeve with this and other self-powered Turbosound products, they seem to be more susceptible to AC-power related noise and buzz than other self powered products I've used.

All that said, if your expectations are in line with their cost, you'll probably be quite satisfied.


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