Komodovaran wrote:^ You should have gone for the A7X. They come with a secret built-in sub woofer and killer clarity.
No had both side by side. genelecs by a mile
Yeah I agree, personally I liked the Focal CMS 65's better than the Nuemann, Adam, Dynadio and Genelecs in the price range, and better than the Genelecs at 3K! They have an extended two year warranty on the amps and a five year warranty on the speaker cones themselves.Tarekith wrote:I think in a couple more years a lot of people will have these in their sights. They've been making speakers for a long time, but only recently seem to be getting attention in the pro audio realm. Just out of curiosity, did you find a dealer local that had these in stock? I was just curious if places like GC and the like were stocking them in stores now....
Bump!mr.ergonomics wrote:Just curios...I saw in a slices video that you use gelenecs (8040?), have you switched because of that? Or do you still have a good opinion on the genelecs and just see the dynaudio as an alternative?henke wrote:Some years ago I would have said Genelec! But I figured out that mixes done on the Dynaudio speakers tend to sound good on a lot of systems, which is not always the case with the Genelecs. I heard the BM5a monitors A/B with 100.000 EUR Strauss mastering speakers and I was surprised how well the sound translated between those two. The only 'issue' with the Dynaudios is that they cannot handle high volumes or a lot of bass. But for a room of your size and the small listening distance you should do fairly well with them.