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AFK wrote:The new Studiophile CX8 by M-Audio sounded great at GC today:
aww-de-oh wrote:I'm not one of the named, but i'll chime in anyway!
The KRK VXT line or the Adam's. Some people like the HS80M's, but i've never heard them personally.
Rick Levine wrote:The Yamaha HS80M is $600 a pair in-store at GC. During some of their big sales they go lower. I got my pair for $540 (new, sealed box) at GC. At that price they're the best bang for the buck.
THIS IS NOT GOING TO END WELL
*That's Spanish for: Tell me that you . . . LISTENED to those NS-10M's and made a comparison to the HS-80M's and THEN made a rational, informed decision based on your needs and preferences . . .
But there are exceptions to that point. The first being that some less expensive speakers really aren't all that bad. True, they will never be as accurate as a $25,000 set of B & W 800 series. But the point is that there are A FEW decent models of less-than-a-thousand-per-pair loudspeakers that you can make do quite well with (provided you have the experience and skill to hear well and get a good mix balance, and you have a room that doesn't screw everything up in the first place).ONLY A GENERALIZATION wrote:USUALLY, any loudspeaker pair that is priced under $1000 (USD) that is meant for critical listening is not nearly as useful as it needs to be for a mix engineer to have an easy go at translating mixes.
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