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Klinger Favre STUDIO 15

Active Monitor from Klinger Favre

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Klinger Favre STUDIO 15Published on 08/02/06 at 12:05
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I had the opportunity to make me listen to scéance a new studio at 15 Klinge-Favre.
The system consisted of a pair of studio walls with 15 power cables Klinger-Favre,
amp KF, KF converter, CD KF
Listening is done with or without a subwoofer bass

SOUNDS

The sound is clear, crystalline, clear, airy (the new tweeter KF excellent), with a beautiful low
The stereo image is huge, it comes across in relief, in short very impressive.
dynamics is very good and meets all the instruments.
that's good.
the addition of the bass is good if you like listening to the Infrabass, but it may very well without.

OVERALL OPINION

Malheuseument I do not use them, their little sisters have...…
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I had the opportunity to make me listen to scéance a new studio at 15 Klinge-Favre.
The system consisted of a pair of studio walls with 15 power cables Klinger-Favre,
amp KF, KF converter, CD KF
Listening is done with or without a subwoofer bass

SOUNDS

The sound is clear, crystalline, clear, airy (the new tweeter KF excellent), with a beautiful low
The stereo image is huge, it comes across in relief, in short very impressive.
dynamics is very good and meets all the instruments.
that's good.
the addition of the bass is good if you like listening to the Infrabass, but it may very well without.

OVERALL OPINION

Malheuseument I do not use them, their little sisters have the D26 (which are already very good to work at home).
there as well, the perfect sound
the only - the price and still be in the same range its competitors are more expensive
if I could I would pay right away
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funkakuchifunkakuchi

Klinger Favre STUDIO 15Published on 07/17/07 at 05:13
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- Same, I do not have, but I also had the opportunity to listen in the auditorium Klinger Favre.
- For lovers of sound, these speakers might as well find their place in the studio / mastering's home for listening without concessions.
- The chain KF: amplifier, D / A converter, cables, foot and pregnant.

SOUNDS

- The sound from these speakers is very balanced, it highlights the defects of a bad mix CD or poorly mastered.
- The sound image is such that it's like to musicians for acoustic styles.
- Beacuoup of detail, dynamic, no sense of compression, the breathing, silence and impacts are transcribed to the best of ways.

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- Same, I do not have, but I also had the opportunity to listen in the auditorium Klinger Favre.
- For lovers of sound, these speakers might as well find their place in the studio / mastering's home for listening without concessions.
- The chain KF: amplifier, D / A converter, cables, foot and pregnant.

SOUNDS

- The sound from these speakers is very balanced, it highlights the defects of a bad mix CD or poorly mastered.
- The sound image is such that it's like to musicians for acoustic styles.
- Beacuoup of detail, dynamic, no sense of compression, the breathing, silence and impacts are transcribed to the best of ways.

OVERALL OPINION

I have had the opportunity to hear that during a MIDI after WHOLE Listening and comparisons, but enough to realize that their quality is not afraid of words, non-standard.
The search for the "best ever" the stops for me, I know that my monitoring system will include speakers KF, I found what I wanted.
The price is certainly accordingly, but I think if you compare to other brands or high-fidelity high-end studio, the KF have much chance to win.
I'm saving already to be able to buy a pair, not necessarily Studio 15, but a pair of KF, of course.
Also be aware that the entire string that was listening, the speakers only with a lower channel audio would be less well used, but would still be above the others.
To listen absolutely!
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jctroyesjctroyes

Incredible

Klinger Favre STUDIO 15Published on 04/28/11 at 01:16
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Characteristics for I invite you to go on the Sity Klinger Favre

SOUNDS

Mr Jean-Jacques Bacquet us is the kindness in the month of January 2011 to come and present his studio at 15 and D36 from Troyes Conservatory where I teach sound techniques for nearly 10 years.

For the story JJ Bacquet some of his team Monitorings Davis Acoustics ... company based in Troyes in the same street as the conservatory and also a few meters from my studio (www.studiocsd.fr)

What is more interesting is just weeks away, I heard the Premier Monitoring Studio Monitors at Davis Acoustics 1.

It is very difficult to explain auditory sensation. I think I never heard an accuracy as fine stamp. I...…
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Characteristics for I invite you to go on the Sity Klinger Favre

SOUNDS

Mr Jean-Jacques Bacquet us is the kindness in the month of January 2011 to come and present his studio at 15 and D36 from Troyes Conservatory where I teach sound techniques for nearly 10 years.

For the story JJ Bacquet some of his team Monitorings Davis Acoustics ... company based in Troyes in the same street as the conservatory and also a few meters from my studio (www.studiocsd.fr)

What is more interesting is just weeks away, I heard the Premier Monitoring Studio Monitors at Davis Acoustics 1.

It is very difficult to explain auditory sensation. I think I never heard an accuracy as fine stamp. I remember a recording of a choir that suddenly took an incredible dimension. The sound seemed to come as the other Studio 15 and both stood out before us like an imaginary concert. If I did not do the programming for the week of her myself maybe I thought it was all a dream. There is also this feeling of being in front and inside of her. The sound seems to affect us so much precision mixed with natural affect our senses. I already knew these feelings and I wanted my students to meet both Mr Bacquet and discover the sensation of hearing. But I must say that I had returned that day by the acoustic dimension of Studio 15. Yet I have heard senior systems but now I do not know there is a dimension to the sound simply amazing.

The D36 (with the same amplification system and cables) defended himself very well against the big sisters. There was obviously less extensive spectral and again that ... She has no flaws, which clearly demonstrates the extreme seriousness of Mr Bacquet design, while the spectrum is controlled with great fluidity. Even if the top spectrum is a bit more tenuous, there is no lack of precision and natural as the grave that never lets us down. Sometimes I found myself doubting between Studio 15 and D36. Jean-Jacques Bacquet told me in whispers that it was not very fair for Studio 15 that D36 may have an amplification system as good. However it was the highly regarded amplifier Klinger Favre and it also demonstrates the high quality of this amplifier and thus also its importance.

And relative to Monitor 1, at Davis? Because actually having some common than one might think?! Well no ... Even if the Monitors are a very good speaker he is not the size and the fluidity. Bass is very similar but may not be a flattering on Monitor 1 and the look is quite crude. After the design is quite different.

OVERALL OPINION

I must add that Jean Jacques Bacquet to great human qualities and teaching. I dragged in a lot of luthiers he gave me the same feeling ... this feeling that it is really a part of his soul in what he does. Everything seems clear, natural and simple. Whether one speaks of a great concert, a violin maker or a composer we all know what happened at this point and so difficult.
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  • Manufacturer: Klinger Favre
  • Model: STUDIO 15
  • Category: Active Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 11/06/2003

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