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Genelec 8320 or 8330, with 7350 sub?

mkt

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Never seen that. Everything including mic connected? 3 sine sweeps?
 

galanakop

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[QUOTE = "mkt, post: 759525, member: 12231"] Ποτέ δεν το είδατε. Τα πάντα, συμπεριλαμβανομένων των μικροφώνων, είναι συνδεδεμένα; Σάρωσε 3 ημίτονα; [/ QUOTE]
Όλα είναι σωστά συνδεδεμένα.
 

galanakop

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Finally calibration was done. Why tell me your opinion about the prices ???
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svenz

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I've had my 8330A+7350A combo for about 2 years now, and I'm phenomenally happy with them. I was never able to get the bass and room EQ quite right with other (admittedly, much cheaper) solutions. I'm in a small room with terrible dimensions, but the DSP just does wonders. There are some nulls when I measured things but listening you cannot really tell, and the bass just blends in so well from the sub.

Honestly don't think I could improve the sound much with more speaker - I'd really have to get room treatments to fix the nulls (ideally a different room entirely haha), but I'm happy with the way it is. I'd say these are my endgame set up and I have no desire to purchase anything else for my small office/gaming room. They are also built like absolute tanks with steel wire mesh protecting the drivers. These things are going to last decades I reckon.

Oh I paired it with a D10 for the digital coax out, and use the D10 analogue out to feed my headphone amp. It's really convenient to switch between headphones/speakers that way - just turn down the speaker volume to swap to headphones, and vice versa. You don't need to waste money on a DAC for these, they already have a very good internal DAC and are very forgiving on the digital signal you send it (strictly speaking you should get a neutronik impedance converter, but it's unnecessary for <3m cables). Get the cheapest thing that fits your needs that does USB->coax and the appropriate cable and you're set. Even those 12 buck jobbies on amazon should do the job.

I didn't have a sub for about 6 months, and I'd say the sub does make an improvement for electronic style music and also various rock music. It's a very expensive additional purchase though, and not absolutely necessary.
 
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