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Nexo PC212 mk2 info
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Nexo PC212 mk2 info

Has anyone had any chance to hear these cabs in action? 2 be used in smaller be used in smaller venues they seem ideal
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OK, I'll bite. Could it be that a 30 year old product doesn't have much current experience around? Assuming it's the use pair on eBay, GBP 1,900 is quite a punt on a pair of speakers of unknown lineage, albeit that his blog does imply a reasonable restoration point. Don't forget that, although they come with a processor, you'll need to pair them with a decent amp to power them properly.

How do you plan on deploying them? As standard, I believe they have no pole mount, only flying hardware. Brackets will have been available that might allow mounting on heavy duty stands, but good luck with finding them 30 years on. But, at 50kg each, it'd be a massive "no thank you" from me.

And don't forget, once again, if you can't get a good sound from your DXR15s, you're not that likely to do much better with these...
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OK, I'll bite. Could it be that a 30 year old product doesn't have much current experience around? Assuming it's the use pair on eBay, GBP 1,900 is quite a punt on a pair of speakers of unknown lineage, albeit that his blog does imply a reasonable restoration point. Don't forget that, although they come with a processor, you'll need to pair them with a decent amp to power them properly.

How do you plan on deploying them? As standard, I believe they have no pole mount, only flying hardware. Brackets will have been available that might allow mounting on heavy duty stands, but good luck with finding them 30 years on. But, at 50kg each, it'd be a massive "no thank you" from me.

And don't forget, once again, if you can't get a good sound from your DXR15s, you're not that likely to do much better with these...

Good advice, didnt know they was that old
Old 1 week ago
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It took only seconds to google and find the ebay listing you're likely to be looking at, the speakerplans blog of the guy selling them about his work restoring them, and the manual with the spec/details.

Not sure why you can't start off with the simplest bits of research in the first place?
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It aint them on ebay
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I'd naively ruled them out as they appear to be the original (non Mk2) version.

In which case, they're even older, and don't appear to come with a controller.

Again, though, nothing but the most basic of internet research. I knew nothing about these speakers until I looked out of mild interest yesterday.
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