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Old 06-13-2008, 11:03 PM
Ralf Mardorf
Default After doing some research

Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>>> How to choose monitors (if you can)
>>> <http://www.64studio.com/node/574#comment-2491>
>>> I had the opportunity to go to the Thomann Store in Treppendorf, Germany.
>>> They have a whole room fitted with all the monitors they have, and
>>> then they stick you in the sweetspot. You can then basically tell them
>>> what your budget is, and they will show you all the best choices
>>> around your budget. In the end I found that the ESI nEar5's worked the
>>> best for my ear (and my pocket thankfully). I originally went there to
>>> buy the Yamaha HS50M's, but in the room I found the sound a little
>>> harsh For My Taste.
>>> You have to find one that works for you. Nothing wrong with ANY other
>>> monitors. You have to like them, and know them. Don't worry about what
>>> other people might say. It's your ears, not theirs!
>>> Cheers,
>>> * By Quentin Harley at 06/13/2008 - 20:26
> Again a tip
> I think you'll understand why I first have to wrote you off list because
> of the Thomann story. But to anybody with less money, please try the RTF
> B3010 HIFI speakers.
> Now something to the Yamaha. In Germany we only paste some tissues
> covering the tweeters and then they are fine.
Pardon, I'm not absolutely sure if the Yamaha monitors I've been
thinking off are the HS50M. They look like the same, but they might be
different. I'm sorry, anyhow I don't think I'm wrong with the less cost
> Cheers,
> Ralf

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