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Event Electronics PS-6

Active Monitor from Event Electronics belonging to the PS series

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asbestosasbestos

Event Electronics PS-6Published on 01/27/04 at 09:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Better than hi-fi speakers, but only

SOUNDS

Hi-fi +

OVERALL OPINION

Considering the price not so good
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jembozzojembozzo

Event Electronics PS-6Published on 01/18/04 at 06:20
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Speakers neutral!
use for pro or semi pro!
70w + 30w
used with a card Waveterminal 192x, cubase and Reason 2.5

SOUNDS

Trs neutral!
crystal clear sound without damaging
trs good image stro (a motivation for my purchase)
t good momentum, I have to put them at least, if I tear the head (pice of 9m)
a clean and prcis! What pro ....
a real encenite monitoring, not to embellish those eyeful (rather earful) and that make you go from cot "dtail!"

OVERALL OPINION

For three months I had before the alesis mk2! no photo! the at least I have the impression of having only the sub! I hear for the first time the work of mix of pros!
If you are looking for great sub, you should...…
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Speakers neutral!
use for pro or semi pro!
70w + 30w
used with a card Waveterminal 192x, cubase and Reason 2.5

SOUNDS

Trs neutral!
crystal clear sound without damaging
trs good image stro (a motivation for my purchase)
t good momentum, I have to put them at least, if I tear the head (pice of 9m)
a clean and prcis! What pro ....
a real encenite monitoring, not to embellish those eyeful (rather earful) and that make you go from cot "dtail!"

OVERALL OPINION

For three months I had before the alesis mk2! no photo! the at least I have the impression of having only the sub! I hear for the first time the work of mix of pros!
If you are looking for great sub, you should take a subwoofer bass +, or the MODEL above!
I rref this choice without hsiter! all fawns with event, it can not be wrong too!
relative prices, but quality, hard to beat!
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jembozzojembozzo

Event Electronics PS-6Published on 03/13/04 at 09:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Speakers neutral!
use for pro or semi pro!
70w + 30w
used with a 192x card Waveterminal, Cubase and Reason 2.5

SOUNDS

Very neutral!
crystal clear sound without damaging a fear hard in the 1k-2.5 khz
very good stereo image (a motivation for my purchase)
t good momentum, I am obliged to put at least if I tear the head (part of 9m ²)

OVERALL OPINION

For three months I had before the alesis mk2! no photo! the at least the impression I have only the sub! I hear for the first time the work of mix of pros!
If you are looking for great sub, you should take a subwoofer bass +, or the model above! but it is amazing to see that some dare to write them worse, worse, compared to...…
Read more
Speakers neutral!
use for pro or semi pro!
70w + 30w
used with a 192x card Waveterminal, Cubase and Reason 2.5

SOUNDS

Very neutral!
crystal clear sound without damaging a fear hard in the 1k-2.5 khz
very good stereo image (a motivation for my purchase)
t good momentum, I am obliged to put at least if I tear the head (part of 9m ²)

OVERALL OPINION

For three months I had before the alesis mk2! no photo! the at least the impression I have only the sub! I hear for the first time the work of mix of pros!
If you are looking for great sub, you should take a subwoofer bass +, or the model above! but it is amazing to see that some dare to write them worse, worse, compared to the alesis m1
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FrereJacquesFrereJacques

Event Electronics PS-6Published on 09/01/05 at 17:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I wanted a pair of Speaker asset that sounds good and for which I Nauris to pay $ 2 000 Canadian (like Mackie HD824). the era (2 years) I pay $ 1 200 with taxes. I now use a Yamaha 01V interface and a MOTU 828 MKII.

SOUNDS

I thought they sounded good. Over time I am not dcus but I think there is a little too high and a small bump 500Hz. With the help of an EQ to correct these small default, they sound even though trs. The dynamics are good and they sound as well as small fort. The big weakness, are the extreme severe (there are not). With a 6 inch not expect miracles. Its really takes a sub.

OVERALL OPINION

I use the PS-6 since 2 years, I am satisfied with TRS. lack of bass I buy...…
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I wanted a pair of Speaker asset that sounds good and for which I Nauris to pay $ 2 000 Canadian (like Mackie HD824). the era (2 years) I pay $ 1 200 with taxes. I now use a Yamaha 01V interface and a MOTU 828 MKII.

SOUNDS

I thought they sounded good. Over time I am not dcus but I think there is a little too high and a small bump 500Hz. With the help of an EQ to correct these small default, they sound even though trs. The dynamics are good and they sound as well as small fort. The big weakness, are the extreme severe (there are not). With a 6 inch not expect miracles. Its really takes a sub.

OVERALL OPINION

I use the PS-6 since 2 years, I am satisfied with TRS. lack of bass I buy pensse TR-8 with and use my PS-6 as SPKR surround.
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  • Manufacturer: Event Electronics
  • Model: PS-6
  • Series: PS
  • Category: Active Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 04/24/2002

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