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Active Monitor from Yamaha belonging to the MSP series.

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  • GRANDAVGRANDAV

    MONITOR MIXING FOR EXCELLENCE

    Yamaha MSP 10 STUDIOPublished on 11/06/11 at 03:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    use of control, mixing and mastering.

    Setup home studio in analog sound card APOGEE.

    SOUNDS

    Looking for work monitoring, mixing and control, the MSP10 STUDIO is impressive. This is not a forum for "comfort" is clear. But these steps essential work in the studio, it is downright awesome. The medium, especially this is quite making any changes to eq very accurate.

    The frequency curve is extremely flat, even if one can perceive a slight emphasis in the bass.

    Given the size of the speakers, it is preferable to maintain a certain distance to qualify for the spectrum and also the stereo image. By working with, I think I can say that a distance of 1.80 / 2m is ideal. Thus, it i…
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    use of control, mixing and mastering.

    Setup home studio in analog sound card APOGEE.

    SOUNDS

    Looking for work monitoring, mixing and control, the MSP10 STUDIO is impressive. This is not a forum for "comfort" is clear. But these steps essential work in the studio, it is downright awesome. The medium, especially this is quite making any changes to eq very accurate.

    The frequency curve is extremely flat, even if one can perceive a slight emphasis in the bass.

    Given the size of the speakers, it is preferable to maintain a certain distance to qualify for the spectrum and also the stereo image. By working with, I think I can say that a distance of 1.80 / 2m is ideal. Thus, it is serious about the whole frequency range. There is an "air" between HP and ears. Because these speakers are the top, medium, and also the bottom of the infra! Using a quasi superficial SUB, unless you really really want to be on his shot below 60 hz! I installed a SUB and I can say that the sound is almost identical. The sub serves me just check under 80Hz. I have cut aileurs MSP10 studio 80 with integrated filter and I think I really preferred the bass response, with the MSP10, broadband (without coupling with the SUB).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I know the series well enough yamaha (MSP 3, 5, 7), HSM 50/80, and also the first version of MSP10. Please note that the first version of MSP10 and version "studio" has nothing to do! the second version is actually a material studied and passed, which was not necessarily the case in the first version. So, it's true that this place "studio" has suffered from the bad reputation of the first, wrongly!

    I especially like his rendition flat, her work in the media, his power, his esthetics. And especially the surprises it holds for me hen I listen to my mixes on any other facility of its. Now, I have this impression that désagréabe sounded better to me.

    excellent value for money. Especially on the occasion.
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