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Publié le 04/19/08 à 15:15
Genelec 1031 a comparable but more will say bcp
tt the very specific level an impressive descent into the grave!
They go to 30Hz at-6dB !!!!!
trs prcise
I use them in stereo and 5.1 and it is only happiness

SOUNDS

Very wide frequency response, and very defined stereo image prcise (this depands just as your parts as well as audio ...)
tt precise and defined on the bandwidth an impressive sound pressure level (120 dB 1 m iw)
Excellent forum, I think the best nearfield of the market this price! It's high-end hlas too little known.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 4 years that I own and I am very pleased that more tjr
nothing to do with makie monitor or other type of semi pro by c serious direct competitor Genelec 1031 / Dynaudio BM15 / adam S series etc. ...
c much better than 1031 and c cheaper then that happiness
Recommended!
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