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Ok here we go again KRK V8 series 2 V.S. Dynaudio BM6A

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by Dribbler, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. Dribbler

    Dribbler Guest

    I am looking forward for purchasing a couple of really GOOD studio monitors and after a while of market researching and budget estimating (around 1200 Eu) i began to wonder:

    KRK V8 series 2 V.S. Dynaudio BM6A ?!?

    PS: The space i'm talking about is in the 20-22 cubic meters interval.

    Your opinion would be a great help.

  2. Boswell

    Boswell Distinguished Moderator Resource Member

    Apr 19, 2006
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    I've done this exact A - B. For me, the Dynaudios won on most material, although I was impressed by the firmness of the bass on the KRKs. The mids and high-mids were definitely cleaner on the Dynaudios, and the top end feels like an extension of the high-mid quality. On the KRKs, it was as though the main driver and the tweeter had distinct characters - not unpleasant, but just a bit less integrated.

    Someone once said the KRKs have an "American" sound and the Dynaudios a "European" sound. While not being as geographical about them as that, there is a real character difference.

    You need to audition them both with your choice of source material. You may need to take along a CD player or hard-disc recorder that is up to the job as well, as these are both superb and unforgiving monitors.

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