Sonic State Studio / Speakers / SOUNDCRAFT Spirit Absolute 2 monitors

Average rating: 8.0/10 out of 10

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Chris a hobbyist user from UK writes:
These monitors have crisp clear highs and go very deep considering they are small. I previously owned the absolute zeros, and the slight increase in high freq response is noticable. Everything holds up very well too when they are driven hard (I drive with a quad 520f...make a great partnership!). No complaints with these...well worth the VERY low price tag :-)

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 05-Mar-02 at 14:31
Drekhed a hobbyist user from The Netherlands writes:
I got these for a good price when i really needed monitors. They can be found quite cheap nowadays. I'm not sure if they're still in production, but i still see them around. Off course, monitors is a matter of personal taste, so this probably won't be a very helpful review. I like these. They suit my style of music making and are nice and clear. One time I've put them against some more expensive monitors, and these kept up nicely (behringer truths are too middy and harsh imho). Some say they tend to exaggerate (sp?) the low-end. But i find that it is not that bad (i tend to go overboard with the bass, anyway. This keeps me in check. :)). Off course there are better monitors with flatter response, but for the price, you cant go wrong. I'll keep 'em, until i blow 'em :)

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Friday, 09-Nov-01 at 7:12
Gordan a Professional user from Croatia writes:
Well, I use these speakers for mastering and postproduction. I am pretty satisfied. They got CLEAR highs, and pretty low and focused bass for their size. They are biwired and driven by self-made amplifier based on LM3886 (35-40 watts).

These speakers are very good value for the money.

My reccomendation for the replacement for your old NS10's in your studio or home ;)

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 23-Oct-01 at 13:18
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