Infomusic reviewed the Nano Mark 300 head and New York 151 cabinet.

Sept. 5, 2016, midnight

Here their rate at the end of the test:
We must admit that we did not expect such a good tone effect from presented set.
We dealt with many of this type of sets that had to be small and efficient. None of them, however, had such a good ratio level of sound to the size. This equipment will certainly find many customers!
It can be successfully used in the rehearsal room, at home, at a concert. Very versatile set!
Ultra-light and handy and at the same sounding professional. Cool! Take away bass, and boldly go to the shops for own tests! Well worth it!

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