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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
RFTs.
> Cheers,
> Ralf
>



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