Samson Technologies Resolv 65a
Samson Technologies Resolv 65a

Resolv 65a, Active Monitor from Samson Technologies in the Resolv series.

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berny83 11/22/2004

Samson Technologies Resolv 65a : berny83's user review


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Value For Money : Excellent
First monitors in my possession, I was looking to replace my Hi-Fi set which I used to COSTS Systm of previously and whose trs trs trs silent rendering of what diffrent I had the headphones. So I have notice of an amateur who might be in enlighten others in the same case.
I orient my choice of product for the following reasons:

1 - opinions with other users among them, people who could compare this to other hardware range and this config in their home. This product seems plutt good for its class: power, speaker (diameter / bass response ,...), coloration of sound ergonomics.
I for one did not compare with other instructors, I would say that nanmoins 75W/25W are pretty impressive and I do not really see why they would need more. At home, the cost is 20% of the rgl max. Likewise, the diameter of the woofer provides a low return correct, at least Fidler. If I want more, I can always hook up my hi-fi amplifier ;-)
Ditto for the quality of sound, though I look, I see no diffrence for the time between his headphone and the sound of these monitors. Ergonomics is good unless you DCID to control the volume directly on the speakers. I use my table to mix the output level, continuously monitors both 20%.
Note, a mode of eco NRGi that cuts the amps after a while (I think 10 minutes) of inactivity.

2 - the price: yes, they are cheap so what? as a novice, has made me a little afraid to invest in this kind of hardware with an elastic my wallet. Two fingers to take the NF06A Thomann, half the price, I finally chose them by compromise between the popularity and price. I'm waiting to find someone who has to judge whether the NF06A it possible to have silent as well (relative to need) for even cheaper.

3 - I need: in an amateur home studio, in a room together without sound worthy of the name, these monitors are utiliss component cost for guitar / synthvoix Save to PC Waveterminal 192M through a POD2 a SBLive for drums / bass / synth and a Yamaha MG10 table / 2. It seemed to me that given the quality of the recording chain / restitution, nothing served to go higher in the range of monitors. I am satisfied with this choice trs in this context.

I use the entries symtriques TRS 6.3. These monitors have nanmoins XLR input (symtriques) or RCA (asymtriques).


No noticeable diffrence over costs at the headphone.
Several possible rglages curve frequency drives (MID FREQ).
Clear, full, dynamic sound.
Low frequencies properly made.
Power to go bous.
Shielded environment without default for PC + screen + amp + effects + guitar ...


APRS 2 months of use, I am so far satisfied with this product trs.
Efficient, no frills.
On the form, these monitors are less sober than some other parraitront and the same shot a little less certain pros ... the blue LEDs are nice and the standby mode is welcome if you do not want to tamper Derri re every 5 mins.
I did not test other monitors and consquent, it is difficult to assess objectively the report qualitprix but since this product is among the cheapest in the range and it is perfect in my context of use, which must be one of many AF members, I would simply say that if c'tait again, would be the case without hsiter.
Purchased from Musik-Produktiv for 344? pair in 09/2004.