Re: Second set of monitors, which ones?
Posted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:02 pm
Maybe think about adding one of the smaller ATC models to your demo list.
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R_A wrote:Maybe think about adding one of the smaller ATC models to your demo list.
Luke W wrote:Give KMR a try, they were really helpful when I bought my monitors not long back. I did go there for a demo, but they may be willing to help.
akaspeedy wrote:the kh310 look great, sealed cabinets as well, but are a little dated now....
akaspeedy wrote:...the kh310 look great, sealed cabinets as well, but are a little dated now....
Hugh Robjohns wrote: Good engineering doesn't date!
Hrodulf wrote:I think the hard truth many of the brand crusaders on forums don't want to understand is that nowadays there are VERY few truly bad monitors. It's hard to find even the mediocre ones if you stick to popular brands.
Too bad that headphones are not near as mature of a product.
Hugh Robjohns wrote:
(re:getting another pair of monitors)
However, if you're working in a spare room or garage etc and these new speakers are going to sit alongside similar 'main monitors', you'd be wasting your money... and probably degrade the monitoring quality of your mains boxes in the process!
Gone To Lunch wrote:Hugh are you saying that a second adjacent pair of speakers will degrade the signals of the other speakers ?
Martin Walker wrote:I suspect Hugh is referring to acoustic reflections...