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Dynaudio BM5
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Dynaudio BM5

Passive Monitor from Dynaudio belonging to the BM series.

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Dynaudio BM5Published on 09/19/05 at 06:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
C no good speakers they lack the medium as if it had a invertion to faze the Genelec 1000 times its mieut

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Dynaudio BM5Published on 04/08/05 at 09:19
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It is the rival of Genelec 1029, they are spirit to replace the test bench ...
They are made to mix with real serious (unlike the Yamaha NS10).
I drive with an amplifier Denon PMA 100 MR (2X100W).

SOUNDS

Hyper neutral analytical trs. Severe "short" (normal given the size), but dry clean.
The lack of wind (bass relex) gives a sound distinct from Genelec trs: Dynaudio's have a more linear phase. which has passed by audiophiles IMMEDIATE leaving ...

The image is EXTREMELY prcise Stereo: one works the location of sounds with precision and comfort items, plugs give the XY Stereo iPress to have the instrument in front of you ...
side of the mdaille: it takes place at EXACTLY......
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It is the rival of Genelec 1029, they are spirit to replace the test bench ...
They are made to mix with real serious (unlike the Yamaha NS10).
I drive with an amplifier Denon PMA 100 MR (2X100W).

SOUNDS

Hyper neutral analytical trs. Severe "short" (normal given the size), but dry clean.
The lack of wind (bass relex) gives a sound distinct from Genelec trs: Dynaudio's have a more linear phase. which has passed by audiophiles IMMEDIATE leaving ...

The image is EXTREMELY prcise Stereo: one works the location of sounds with precision and comfort items, plugs give the XY Stereo iPress to have the instrument in front of you ...
side of the mdaille: it takes place at EXACTLY sweet spot, if there is no longer the stro ...

OVERALL OPINION

Hyper prcises, not too tired, an excellent tool for high-end work, recognized by professional critics and audiophiles ...
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  • Manufacturer: Dynaudio
  • Model: BM5
  • Series: BM
  • Category: Passive Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 06/09/2002

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