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  • doudougrounddoudouground

    iKEY-audio M-606Published on 09/21/08 at 04:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - This is my first monitor speakers actually. The fact is that I had a nice price.
    - For the studio course. For me to record groups "rock".
    - They are bi-amplified 75 25 RMS (woofer + tweeter). They are connected to the home UX8 line6. I go out in symmetrical jacks of the sound card and I returned to XLR on the speakers.

    SOUNDS

    I've heard the Yamaha NS-10, which are known to be neutral, for the money (about € 300 a pair in store) ikey-audio to meet well the curve below 50Hz is death against it, but it's not good to shake the room that I have taken.
    Good stereo once you have found the phase for us.
    For accuracy it's downright good for the clarity he can be blamed to be a b…
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    - This is my first monitor speakers actually. The fact is that I had a nice price.
    - For the studio course. For me to record groups "rock".
    - They are bi-amplified 75 25 RMS (woofer + tweeter). They are connected to the home UX8 line6. I go out in symmetrical jacks of the sound card and I returned to XLR on the speakers.

    SOUNDS

    I've heard the Yamaha NS-10, which are known to be neutral, for the money (about € 300 a pair in store) ikey-audio to meet well the curve below 50Hz is death against it, but it's not good to shake the room that I have taken.
    Good stereo once you have found the phase for us.
    For accuracy it's downright good for the clarity he can be blamed to be a bit dark after all.
    Good dynamic nothing to say on it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been about one month and so far nothing I regret its acquisition.
    What I like most:
    - The look
    - Its connectors (XLR, Jack 6.35mm, RCA)
    - Adjustment with potentionètre for high / frequency (cut / boost)

    minimum:
    - Its usually a bit dark

    My overall opinion can not be objective because it is my first monitor speakers. One thing is certain, from what I heard from Genelec and Yamaha, the M-606 speakers are good to begin with and their price is still accessible. It's good stuff though strong.
    With the experience I would take the more expensive speakers in my opinion ...
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