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JBL XPL 200 / devialet pro 220
Le devialet expert pro 220 sur mes JBL XPL 200 donne un résultat excellent à -30 db. 
je me demande si en bi-amplification on pourrait atteindre le top du top car les dévialets peuvent être programmés et de JBL DX1 qui est introuvable ne  serait n'est plus nécessaire .
Quelqu'un a  t il un avis sur la question ?
Hi mah, welcome to the forum! Since we all speak English here it might help to do the same. Smile

I ran your question through Google Translate:

Quote:The expert devialet pro 220 on my JBL XPL 200 gives an excellent result at -30 db.
I wonder if in bi-amplification we could reach the top of the top because devialets can be programmed and JBL DX1 which is not found is no longer necessary.
Does anyone have an opinion on the issue?

I see the JBl DX1 is a crossover. You’d need a second Devialet of course to bi-amp and I believe Devialet can help you configure more advanced crossover settings if you send them an email. The do/did the same for Vivid Gaya speakers.
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