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  • #14280
    Warren Huart
    Keymaster

      Thant's great Daniel! I do think they are great value for money, everyone I know who has them loves them! Have a marvellous time recording and mixing, many thanks Warren´╗┐

      #14354
      Mark Moore
      Participant

        My primaries are Dynaudio BM5s and my B reference is the Blue Sky ProDesk. I also check on an older Cambridge Microworks satellite and sub system. I also have a pair of Presonus Eris e5 and Tannoy PB8 that I haven't used in a few years just gathering dust since I got the Dynaudios.

        #16666
        aka setkya
        Participant

          Event Opals, I auditioned 12 diffrent 2ways, my first preference ATC SCM20's I could not afford, the other contenders, Focals, Quested, PMC, Dynaudio. The Opals have a very wide sweet spot, no where near as fatiguing as my Tannoys, and the best low frequency extension of the lot. A locally made product for us, so support was high on the consideration and support was needed as I bought from the firt batch that had some issues. The pair replaced with a new batch, and since, I have had no issues.
          Very Happy with the Opals, although I would happily accept a pair of ATC's, or Barefoots for Christmas [wishfull thinking]

          #19831
          Sean Carango
          Participant

            I've used Event 20/20 passive with a hafler power amp since the late 90's and have never really thought to replace them. They work, I know them, they sound good and honestly can't afford to replace them at the moment anyways!

            #19837
            Tim Morris
            Participant

              Yamaha HS7's here...my first Mix submission got a great review from Warren...that tells me my Monitors are ok !

              #85917
              Gregg Romano
              Participant

                I am using Kali LP-8's as my monitors on speaker stands, but I find that there is some contradictions in setting up the proper monitor height. Assuming you have created an equilateral triangle with your listening sweet spot, some people say to aim the tweeter at your ears and others say to have the mid-points (between the tweeter and woofer) aimed at your ears. Is there a definitive set up? Which is correct?

                #85940
                Christopher Petro
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                  some people say to aim the tweeter at your ears and others say to have the mid-points (between the tweeter and woofer) aimed at your ears. Is there a definitive set up? Which is correct?

                  It depends on the speaker design. A two-way speaker (or two-and-a-half-way) will have a lopsided lobe in the transition band. A D'Appolito design has a symmetric lobe. It gets more complicated with modern designs that use phase correctors and such. Check the manual or ask the manufacturer.

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