Speaker advice/non-near field, for jamming
mszulen at gmail.com
Mon Oct 7 11:35:52 CEST 2019
Before I bought my near fields, I've been testing some speakers and I've
been surprise, how powerful are the Adam T7V
Here, they're are in a good price (cheaper, that 2 purchased separately)
For my room, I've bought the smaller ones (T5V) and they're more than
enough, so for the bigger room - I'm pretty sure, the T7V will be ok.
There are lots of reviews around, and people do like them a lot.
On Sat, 5 Oct 2019 at 14:08, Jay Vaughan <ibisum at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ah, that’s a good point of view. Local audio. Set up the gear into
> sections with their own monitoring.
> Yeah, it really helps with people who want to hear themselves a bit hotter
> than the rest of the room - but at the same time, the DAW can make the real
> mixing decisions. A bit like a stage set-up where everyone has their own
> > Yeah, for the audio I/O & mixing I’m looking at probably the Behringer
> X32 in time. For now I’ve got two decent 19” line mixers which will do the
> job. Budget’s a bit tight after the renovation, so just stereo recording
> for now :)
> Its why I mentioned the Presonus’, which are pretty darn cheap yet sound
> very, very good - with the budget for the gear you’d listed previously,
> instead spent on slightly cheaper monitors, you’d still have a bit extra
> for sub-mixers that can route back to the DAW .. food for thought anyway.
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