Wow, quick skinny on the Neumann KH 120
i'm thinking of buying one of these two monitors and i am wondering whether i will need a sub. my room is 3,50m x 2,80m and i'm producing trance.
i would like to buy an 8" monitor though. again i don't know if my room will be ok for it.
can you also commend on this image. i'm thinking that if i buy an 6" monitor i will loose bass, but again my room is 3,50m x 2,80m. so i'm trying to decide whats best :)
Has anyone done a serious A/B on the differences between the two?
The mosfet amps sounds better?
Has the low mid hump been identified in the BM6A and was it taken out in the MKII's or is this all bogus?
Who has what and who has done comparisons.
So I need new monitors ; but this is also an opportunity to get better gear than BM6A :P
Currently I own a sub (DA BM9S).
1) Should I keep the sub and try near small fields monitors like K+H O100 or ADAM S1 ?
2)Or should I sell it and get things like K+H O300 or ADAM S3 ?
KRK V8 series 2 vs. Dynaudio BM6A ?
PS: The space i'm talking about is in the 20-22 cubic meters interval.
Your opinion would be a great help.
I have to buy the Bm6A online as nobody carries them in the DC area.
But before placing my order online I need to be sure that the Bm6a do have a voltage swith connector to switch from US voltage to European voltage.
If you have bought them in the US recently could you confirm me, by writing or with a picture of the rear that they do feature a Voltage selector switch?
Everyone says Dynaudio translates incredibly well. The 20/20s didn't translate well, and I thought that's because I suck at mixing, but apparently it's a common problem.
My mind is set on the Dynaudio BM5a, because the BM6a cost too much. Will I be missing out if I choose the BM5a over the BM6a?
worried that they might be underpowered for my 20' X 13' room. I'm coming
from JBL 4208 powered by an Omniphonics 50 watt per side power amp and this
is capable of fairly blistering volumes given its output rating.
When tracking bands I normally have some of the band in the control room
with me playing to the drummer in the main studio room so they need plenty
of volume to comfortably play along.