Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by Jonhedin, Oct 10, 2001.

  1. Jonhedin

    Jonhedin Active Member

    Sep 18, 2001
    Faroe Islands
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    What monitors do you use for mixing?
  2. Rog

    Rog Active Member

    Apr 9, 2001
    I use Tannoy SRM 10Bs and Genelec 1030As. I've got a pair of Behringer Truths on the way too.

    The Tannoys are excellent, the Genelecs I'm getting to despise more and more.
  3. weezy christ

    weezy christ Guest

    Dynaudio BM5's and Mackies.

    I DON'T use NS-10s.
  4. PMC's, Sundholm's, and NS10's
  5. mikemoritz

    mikemoritz Guest

    I'm running with ns10s

  6. A.D.A.M. S3A's. Absolutely incredible!
  7. Rader Ranch

    Rader Ranch Active Member

    Feb 14, 2001
    Mackies, old JBL's, NHT's for surround, Sony boombox...and if anyone has some auratones lying around they don't want, i'd sure love to grab 'em! especially if they're shielded...

    Originally posted by Ted:
    A.D.A.M. S3A's. Absolutely incredible!

    dammit, stop saying that!!!!!

    i'm sure hooked on the hype...if anyone's looking for low mileage Mackies cheap...
  8. mapostel

    mapostel Guest

    JBL 4412 in one studio; UREI 824 and NS-10 in the other. Privately I have Genelec 1029s, but I'm not mixing with them at the moment.

  9. Dave McNair

    Dave McNair Active Member

    Mar 6, 2001
    I'm using Mackies, NS-10's primarily, sometimes Genelec 1030 or 1031, and Nile 5's
  10. radiophonic

    radiophonic Guest

    JBL LSR28p's, NHT SuperOne's, and some cheap computer speakers (no sub).

  11. Jonhedin

    Jonhedin Active Member

    Sep 18, 2001
    Faroe Islands
    Home Page:
    I have been using a NS-10 set for years. But I am working in a new place now, and we have Genelec 1030A monitors here. I have only this to say about the Genelec monitors for mixing: THEY SUX
    What I am trying to figure out is what monitors I should go for now. Genelec is out of the question.
    Has anyone tested the new Yamaha active monitors?
  12. JBL LSR28P
    Tannoy Reveal (passive) with Studer A68
    PMC AB1 with Studer A68

  13. adc004

    adc004 Guest

    Quested H108's with a Hafler 9505 amp. Sounds incredible! NS-10's too.
  14. sign

    sign Guest

    NS10 and Sony G7. The Sony G7 is a huge hi end speaker from the late seventies with a 15" bass speaker and they sound like a very big NS10 with lots of low end :)
  15. MadMoose

    MadMoose Active Member

    Apr 22, 2001
    I'm using the Mackies, Tannoy PBM6.5II's and Minimus 7's. I have a pair of Urei 809's that I don't use anymore. They're for sale if anyone's interested.
  16. drumsound

    drumsound Active Member

    Feb 12, 2001
    Bloomington, IL
    Mackie with NS10, tiny Realistic and a Sony Boombox for "reality check." I use Event 20/20P at home.
  17. AudioGaff

    AudioGaff Well-Known Member

    Feb 23, 2001
    Silicon Valley
    I use Genelec 1031A and JBL 4406

    - Bruce -
  18. bohemio

    bohemio Guest

    I am looking for a pair of monitors for my home studio. I need something not so expensive, maybe under 1K for the pair. I was told that Tannoy Reveal Actives where good and they cost like 600... Any other suggestions? What do you guys think of the Tannoys?

  19. kid

    kid Guest

    I have a pair of NS-10's which I hate. i just never got used to them. I also have a apair of Event 20/20's which I find a little boxy sounding and a little hyped in the low end. I am looking for something in the price range of $1,500 or less. I've been looking into the KRKV8's or the V88's any opinions?
  20. Dynaudio BM15 (good), Yamaha NS-10 (bad, but trusty), JBL 4311B (ugly)

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