My bad, you're right. I'd have sworn that I had checked its specs recently - must have been those of the KH120...No, only the KH120 has a metal housing, the KH80 one is from polymere composite , like for example also the Genelec M series was, not that it matters since they are/were all well engineered.
Hi Spocko,amazing how they're nearly identical and both clearly sound more tipped up in the highs than the source, but if I'm playing these tracks through my Genelec 8350, am I now pushing the highs a bit further up? LOL
ASR doesn't hate ATC - considering we've seen all of one tested, it's not enough to pass judgement on a brand. Besides, their dome mid is stuff of legend for a reason.it's funny since ASR hates HATES HATES ATC . . .but in my time in studios, I've always prefered Genelec and ATC monitors.
Very interesting to see the divergence on those 2 brands here.
I m interested in the 8320 or 8330 , but the more i read about the less i know what to buy
On the Genelec forum they usually say, the bigger the speaker the better , but here i see in the review that the 8320 are better!
How to choose? How to decide for a new customer like me?
The 8330 cost 500 euros more per pair so is there any worth to buy them or stick to the 8320 is enough?
Moreover, I dont want to buy a subwoofer, my wallet will cry so much
I wil use them at 1 m maximum around from me so , the 8330 will be too big in the volume to use or not ?
I will do mixing, use them with a Maschine+ (standalone synth/sampler/groovebox), and listening.
Is the spectrum of the sound good enough to get proper mixing with the 8320 or the 8330 are certainly better and worth the 500 euros more?
Is the calibration system really worth it or models like 8020/8030 are sufficient?
I need some advices , thanks...
I'm part of ASR, I don't hate ATC.
go do a search for ATC here you'll see what I'm talking about- maybe I'm just super sensitive?ASR doesn't hate ATC - considering we've seen all of one tested, it's not enough to pass judgement on a brand. Besides, their dome mid is stuff of legend for a reason.
go do a search for ATC here you'll see what I'm talking about- maybe I'm just super sensitive?
Only one has been measured but I think you're right. I hate them because they purposefully use archaic engineering and legacy components to provide high cost products with bad dispersion, bad extension, and bad crossovers relative to competitors who actually pay attention to diffraction, internal reflections, modern active crossovers, DSP correction, and dispersion with minimal lobes.