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Roland DS-7

Active Monitor from Roland belonging to the DS series.

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Roland DS-7Published on 11/01/08 at 05:23
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Monitor proximity event before, good performance, a little more than 5 inches

use to mix and master, I had a good working tool

these speakers are accurate to, and the advantage of prsentent between numrique

I cost Dynaudio BM5A, adam a7's, prodipe PRO8, yamaha HS80M, event tr6, and MSP5 MSP7

Roland closer to the Dynaudio, for a price well LOWER

(I put 10 for the events before, and the power button on front)

SOUNDS

Finally, the clarity,
depth, and a very good spatial

stereo image is excellent
specific on the sound, even if it lacks a little bass, which is normal for this type of enclosure. That said, it works very well kick drum and bass ... but not the sub

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Monitor proximity event before, good performance, a little more than 5 inches

use to mix and master, I had a good working tool

these speakers are accurate to, and the advantage of prsentent between numrique

I cost Dynaudio BM5A, adam a7's, prodipe PRO8, yamaha HS80M, event tr6, and MSP5 MSP7

Roland closer to the Dynaudio, for a price well LOWER

(I put 10 for the events before, and the power button on front)

SOUNDS

Finally, the clarity,
depth, and a very good spatial

stereo image is excellent
specific on the sound, even if it lacks a little bass, which is normal for this type of enclosure. That said, it works very well kick drum and bass ... but not the sub

These speakers have a very good momentum, even low volume

OVERALL OPINION

I cost a lot of monitors, and I set myself three years DCID

what I love most: the sound
(Which can also rgler the rear, for my part, on acute-1db)

they may be a little CHRISTIAN, but I did not find any equivalent in this price range.

well above prodipe, event, photos are not at the level of precision
a little more aggressive than Adam's in the treble, but trsdfinis
softer in the treble that MSP5, and 7

and then the wind before, even when it's useful!

since I have, I never get tired of all rcouter cd, which finally bring reveal me!
phase mixing, they are not tiring,
they are sufficient to get laid the ball in my home studio 15m

I do it again this election, on!
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  • Manufacturer: Roland
  • Model: DS-7
  • Series: DS
  • Category: Active Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 04/24/2004

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Other names: ds 7, ds7

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