Lockhead Feb 25 '11 at Adam A7s are good if you have a bit of extra budget, Dynaudio's speakers are good, JBL, Mackie, and many others do respectable speakers at this level. I have a pair of MR8's and have been pretty happy with them. The HS80s are very sharp but have exceptional clarity with high frequencies that makes them a little hard for your ears after long exposure though. The smaller KRKs are more balanced. Lockhead 2 2 gold badges 5 5 silver badges 13 13 bronze badges. But they are cheep USD. I've found when listening to my mixes through my home theatre onkyomy laptop, and through an iPad and even my car system, that everything I placed in the mix stayed there. Sign up using Email and Password.
Yamaha and KRK are probably the two biggest studio monitor manufacturers in the world. Their products are used by producers such as Tiesto. So I hear the Yamaha's have true-er low end and more definition/clarity.
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But I read the HS80m high-end is too much (inaccurate? and fatiguing). Can someone walk me through(pros and cons) these two speakers so I can make a decision as to which one to purchase?.
But they are cheep USD. Salesforce bought Tableau. Thanks a lot!
You have to listen to both. The 10 dB range stated by Yamaha is not a very useful metric and can mislead the consumer maybe it was the real intention of Yamaha to do that? Both of these speaker types are good for their price range but you can't say one is better than the other unless you bring a variety of reference CDs etc and see which gives you the best response to your own ears.
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I haven't compared them to many other monitors except to a friends Yamaha MSP 5's which a sharp and clear but lack some bass response.
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don't ask me about yamaha monitoring. (or PA systems) you will only receive bad words and and a % bashing them into bits and pieces.
I almost always make some type of revision based on aggregating decisions from listening on all of those systems.
I test all my mixes on at least 3 systems anyway to ensure the mix translates well, trusting just one source is not always going to cover it and remember, most folk are not going to be listening to CDs or plugging Ipods into active monitors made for DAWS, so I burn a cd-r and use my CD Boombox, Car stereo and Home Theatre to test mixes before committing them to the final CD or putting them out as mp3s etc. Question feed. Regards C.
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Good luck researching. What do you think?
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|The low end is acurate but always feels on the light side unless there is a lot of high frequencies in the bass sound - then the bass can sound quite strong.
The HS80's sounds way better than the old model and can not be compared i think. The best advice on monitors though is to test them and decide wich one sounds better to your ears, monitors are a totally personal thing!
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I left with Adam A7s paid a bit less too. Regards C.
After about two months of use I find mixes translate well to other playback system. Michael Hansen Buur 3, 9 9 silver badges 27 27 bronze badges.