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  • Fostex PM0.5d

    Fostex PM0.5d - "Amazing little beasts ..."


    One of my Genelecs 8020a broke down and I needed something not expensive as a temporary solution. I also have the yamaha msp5, which I basically use to clean up the vocals. (They are fatiguing and unpleasant: A tool to control the mids!). I have use…

  • KRK 10s

    KRK 10s - "A subwoofer worthy of the name"


    It will soon be two years since I got it to complement my KRK RP6 IIs, which lack some lows, for my taste. With a frequency response spanning from 34 - 130 Hz and 113 dB SPL, it allows me to have a better overall precision while, at the same time, re…

  • Focal Alpha 65

    Focal Alpha 65 - "Completely satisfying near-field monitors"


    Features 9/10 This pair of monitoring speakers found their place seamlessly in my home studio's very simple setup: My Imac equipped with an Apogee Duet soundcard and Logic X and Garageband. I use them as near fields in a small room to listen to d…

  • PreSonus Eris E8

    PreSonus Eris E8 - "Very good monitors"


    Which technical specifications motivated your choice? I had until recently the Eris E5 and I was very happy with them! What do you use this product for? Mainly for home studio. SOUNDS Is the frequency response neutral enough? Compared to the …

  • KRK Rokit Powered 5

    KRK Rokit Powered 5 - "Rokit Man"


    Having had the KRK Rokit RP5 monitors since December 2008, the main choice at the time for me picking them was price and a recommendation by the salesman at Dolphin Music based in the UK. My main purpose for using the Rokits was/is producing and musi…

  • PreSonus Eris E8

    PreSonus Eris E8 - "Impressive"


    - Which technical specifications motivated your choice? The frequency range, the reasonable power and the controls directly on the speaker. - What do you use it for? Home studio but also to listen to music. - Which amp/what setup do you use?.…

  • JBL 4312

    JBL 4312 - redox75's review


    THE TRUE LEGENDARY JBL SOUND! It's among the most respected/emblematic models of the brand and it is still in their catalog after 20 years. Hundreds of sound engineers have worked their masters using the 4312, the most famous album mixed with the…

  • PreSonus Eris E5

    PreSonus Eris E5 - "Very clean and dynamic, perfect"


    Active monitoring speakers with 5.25" kevlar woofer + 1" tweeter Class-AB amp: 70 Watt Front-port bass reflex system EQ: mids +/- 6 dB - highs: +/-6 dB Low-cut filter: 80 Hz - 100 Hz "Acoustic space" parameters: 0, -2, -4 dB Frequency response:…

  • M-Audio BX5a Deluxe

    M-Audio BX5a Deluxe - "You will love them!"


    ****Note**** This review is for the BX5a and not the newer model the BX5 D2 The M-Audio BX5a's have graced my speaker stands for over 4 years now! Back in college I decided that it was time to move on from headphones and a TV surround system. I di…

  • Neumann KH 120 A

    Neumann KH 120 A - "Small but accurate"


    What motivated my choice was the frequency response curve. I wanted them mainly to mix, so I wanted some quality nearfield monitors that were as flat as possible, and I got them. I use them with my Tascam M3500 mixer and a Universal Audio Apollo SO…