Sonic State Studio / Speakers / DYNAUDIO BM6A

Average rating: 9.6/10 out of 10

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Chris a hobbyist user from Chicago writes:
Beats everything out there. You have to listen to them to believe it. I can hear every possible detail in every recording. The bass is extremly accurate and highs are wide and open... They are amazing

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Thursday, 26-Dec-02 at 13:56
Remote a Professional user from France writes:
These are definitely one of the best near fields you can get....... the Mackies and the 1031A Genelecs aren't too bad neither...... But since Dynaudio have their new AIR sytem out : those ones ARE definitely the best Monitoring System you can ever get !!!!!!! AIR 6, AIR 15, AIR 20(3 Way!) and AIR BASE 1 and 2 (Subs) : is even perfect for a Surround setup... they are ALL DIGITAL, also have remote, calibration + Alignement Software, they all work together in a network.... they are even THX appoved.......


Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Saturday, 09-Nov-02 at 22:40
Olivier a part-timer user from UK writes:
I was on the market for a new pair of monitors, after having learned a great deal on my Tannoy Reveal I was quite frustrated by their lack of response in the bass department, I decided to invest in a pair of decent nearfields. so I went and tried loads of them. finally shortlisted two of them : Mackie 824 and Dynaudio BM6a. The reason why I chose the Dynaudio are that they are much smaller and yet have a very deep and clear bass response. Medium and high are incredibly detailed. Compared to my Tannoys, music played on Dynaudios suddenly have a "third dimension" to it. You can really feel all the details of a reverb, and stereo imaging is awesome. Just listened to a full orchestral work (Beethoven 9th) on it and almost pictured the whole thing in front of me !! Solo acoustic instruments are also well transcripted, with an incredible level of details (I tried on Glen Gould's Goldberg Variation you can hear his breath, his movements, his feet shuffling under the piano, wow !) I do produce electronic music from the downtempo/ambient kind so I was also very impressed by the clarity and delicateness of the sound of Dynaudios. I found the Mackies like ugly brutes in comparison. Yes Mackies will play loud but Dynaudios will play much much more detailed and "delicate".

Well that's my opinion. Having shortlisted these two monitors and listend to it so many times I believe I could make a choice based on these criteria.

I don't think the quality of these monitors will improve my mixes in a dramatic way, but rather it will make the whole mixing experience much more enjoyable ! That's how I see it anyway

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Monday, 14-Jan-02 at 7:52
Øks a part-timer user from Falkland Islands writes:
Great monitors! Bought these used a couple of months ago, after listening to mackies, tannoy, yammies etc. These just stood out with their prestine clearity, knew i had to get them ;) The Makckies highs just sounded too metallic, fatigueing. Only little minus is the low end, which is plenty tight, but may not go to that sick sub bass. But enough to make my studio shake at timesanyways, and incredible for the size! I've spent hours just listening to material, fasinated by detail. Had some busy months, as my mixes were fully exposed through these speakers. I'm now pleased, and my shit sounds good virtually anywhere! Big up!

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Saturday, 26-May-01 at 11:4
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