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Active Monitor from Genelec belonging to the M series.

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  • e-rode-rod

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    Genelec M030Published on 10/06/14 at 07:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    size for a home studio in a room in bed.
    Used to music at my wedding:-) I was afraid of running out of power and bass, but not this has been very well ... it was put to music and not to a rave background;)
    just a macbook air with Mixx self and Genelec to 80 people.

    Basically it's for my making my own music as best I can alone. They are great.

    In addition, they all have the RCA XLR and jack connections.

    SOUNDS

    I like good sound, accurate and bit tiring on the contrary I love to listen.

    There are better and much better for more expensive and much more expensive.
    There are also good with other sounds and other features for the same price.
    There is less good, but che…
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    size for a home studio in a room in bed.
    Used to music at my wedding:-) I was afraid of running out of power and bass, but not this has been very well ... it was put to music and not to a rave background;)
    just a macbook air with Mixx self and Genelec to 80 people.

    Basically it's for my making my own music as best I can alone. They are great.

    In addition, they all have the RCA XLR and jack connections.

    SOUNDS

    I like good sound, accurate and bit tiring on the contrary I love to listen.

    There are better and much better for more expensive and much more expensive.
    There are also good with other sounds and other features for the same price.
    There is less good, but cheaper.

    I for one am very happy with value for money.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 3-4 months and frankly I'm really happy I spend cd sometimes just to listen.

    I had the 6010 before, and frankly the difference is clear it is really much better.
    less twangy, rounder, more profound, more powerful. For a room at lying that's enough. I assumed no more than 5 'Boomer as 1 meter from my ears and near the wall.

    For my part I am delighted and 650 euros that I paid new ... unbeatable.
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