Event Electronics 20/20BAS
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20/20BAS, Active Monitor from Event Electronics in the 20/20 series.

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Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
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FP User10/31/2008

FP User's review

Event Electronics 20/20BAS
These monitors kick a$$! Nothing is missing.

Price paid: $800 USD

SOUNDS

Sound quality is untouchable for under $1000. They blow the Genelec monitors away.

OVERALL OPINION

Plug n play- simple as that.

Perfect for small to mid-sized project studios.

$800 bucks is alot to spend on home studio monitors- so Event gives ya a 3 year warranty on these guys. Very pleased with the monitors and Event tech and sales staff.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 9-, 2002)
FP User10/31/2008

FP User's review

Event Electronics 20/20BAS
For the price I paid, a separate preamp or something to control the volume and reduce the power-off POP! would've been nice. They sound great across a range of relevant frequencies tho and can handle a lot of energy, which was the reason I got them.

Price paid

$750

SOUNDS

I like the sound they give. It's a fairly accurate representation of what I get out of the mixer with headphones, just a lot bigger. Flaws are definitely exposed with these monitors. There's always a better model out there somewhere, but I like what I'm hearing from these Events.

OVERALL OPINION

Simple to hook up with appropriate wires.

Construction is adequate. I don't move them often because they are heavy.

Compared to an amp and the 10" Bose speakers, I love the Events.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 6-, 2002)
FP User10/31/2008

FP User's review

Event Electronics 20/20BAS
Great features! 150W RMS (!), super flat response, built-in bi-amplifier, etc.

Price paid

$650 for the pair

SOUNDS

Superb! strictly for monitoring though. Make sure you also have a consumer-grade hi-fi system in the studio for your non-monitoring needs.

OVERALL OPINION

Plug and go

Very good quality. But I had one problem: the day i bought the pair, I tweaked some of the back-controls and two of them bent and got stuck inside the box I had to open it and bend the control back.... They should put physical knobs there, not just electronic components that are open to the outside.

Love them!

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: mano 1 ( 3-, 2002)
BeeOne09/09/2005

BeeOne's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Event Electronics 20/20BAS
Monitoring home studio, acoustically untreated piece.

SOUNDS

Large sweet spot, t good stereo image
clear, precise, good dynamics. not tiring to use
What I blame him is not to be highly defined in the low and be a little flattering in all .. c also the case for most speakers in this category. bang for the mastering is not perfect .. but the composition & recording ca is sufficient.

OVERALL OPINION

Utlisees 6 years .. done with the mastering business.
There may be some wind noise in the rear connectors due to very low frequencies (tightness of the speaker?)
They are heavy - c usually a good sign, and subject to very few resonances parasites.
I went on Dynaudio M1.5, c remarkable, but not c the same price either!
C Overall a really good product, and even if my ears have become more critical, it is an excellent tool, especially in terms of ratio Q / P.