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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
 1 user review50 %
Value For Money : Excellent
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  • 08/26/12Dynaudio DBM50 Review

    Dynaudio DBM50 Review - Dynaudio Over The Top

    The Danish manufacturer which has been very quiet these last years has decided to come back and take front stage with a new speaker model from the BM Series. The DBM50's most unique characteristic is that it has an angled front baffle and it was designed to sit on a desk. Is it a good idea?

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norfind's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I love it!"

Dynaudio DBM50
Equipped purchased for my modest home studio. They are placed directly on my desk, I used insulation in Auralex pads for the back "right" because I'm not a fan of the trapezoidal shape (not always suitable for all environments).


I have compared with the KRK RP5 (G2 and G3) and Yamaha HS5 and HS7. What immediately struck me while listening was their heat, sound seemed more lively and round while keeping very sharp treble. There were also those who had the best response at low frequencies.


I use them for 5 months now and I'm still happy.

The +:
-Value / price
-Not a lot of options on the rear panel

The -:
The practical design-not always

With the experience I would do without hesitation that choice!

Mdurab's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" What I've seen better at this price"

Dynaudio DBM50
I wanted the most versatile speakers can use for a home studio knowing I have no comparative listening.


I tried the following models: adam a7x, Dynaudio BM5A, neumann kh120a (unsure of model), JBL LSR2328P, KRK RP6.

I have not tried all of these models within a single listening but anyway I went to BM5A because it's the ones I've found most balanced across the spectrum. I really like the treble of adam but I feel they are very forward, which seems to me dangerous mix without comparative listening. The Neumanns are very specific, narrow sound comparable to any of mixcubes, JBL's not bad for the price, with a serious but honest sound a bit messy in comparison to Dynaudio.

Then I tried the dmb50 that are clearly in the same vein as the BM5A but a little larger woofer and trapezoidal boxes provide a little more serious without the rest of the spectrum does not suffer. I have also found more defined treble.
For now I find them very professional, both on the dynamics of the homogeneity of the spectrum.


I did not expect to take pregnant trapezoidal as a result I do not know yet if they will form a disability or not.
For now, laid on a table with a seat height of normal we found very easily in a good listening position. I bought the foam col'sound in case I want to put them up in perfectly vertical position.

It has the defects of his qualities that is not to be flattering, but very analytical. They also have the advantage of being very light, even if manufactured trust.

I put 10 because right now I see no downside.