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Publié le 10/12/06 à 11:00
Places and installed in the studio by the manufacturer, in a room acoustic treatment.
Usage: mixing and mastering in Stereo

SOUNDS

Trs neutral curve
Stereo image correct, but I've seen better
His prcis, reliable means ... what we do.

OVERALL OPINION

Used for years trs quickly comfortable on those costs.

I love the sound ... and also (and especially) the reliability of these costs in the levels. No doubt there are on the right level, without asking any question or to mix with five more votes, less voice, more bass, etc ... here is quickly emptied.
If your mix sounds good on these costs, it will sound throughout.

I recorded an album and mix on those costs that t prim ... so I will not say bad, eh! :-)

The image could be stro better, but it is correct, but not exceptional.
What I like least: a cache is the stuff ... dtach silent almost new. No influence on the sound but ugly!

At the sound is trs complmentaire to smaller cost that I use Genelec 8050
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