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Dynaudio Acoustics BM5A Powered Studio Monitor
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The high-performance Dynaudio BM5A Powered Studio Monitor comes in a very compact design and it is extremely well-suited for production environments ...Read More
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The high-performance Dynaudio BM5A Powered Studio Monitor comes in a very compact design and it is extremely well-suited for production environments where space is a concern. The BM5A is well-suited for music monitoring and mixing, broadcasting, OB vans, edit suites, playback suites, project studios, and smaller post-production facilities.
- 2-way active system
- 6.7" woofer
- 1" soft-dome tweeter
- 2x50W of power
- Frequency response: 50Hz”21kHz.
- Well-suited for production environments with limited space
- 7-3/10"W x 12-1/2"H x 12-1/2"D
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I just bought these for my iPod and they work great!!! I also have them connected to my PC, but they have to be a good distance away as their magnets mess with the screen. I heard about a coming Dynaudio MC15 which is the same thing as this speaker but comes with a cheap grille. You can buy XLR adapters online if you want to connect to an iPod.
I was set in stone on buying the Mackie HR824s because they got great reviews and everything. I went to a local music store with money expecting to leave with the mackies... but i got so much more. I compared the mackies and all the other moniters to these Dynaudio BM5A and i was blown away. Let me just say this. There is no right or wrong in a studio, it's all about what sounds good to your ears. i sat there switching back and forth between monitors and the Dynaudio BM5A's just sounded better. i was so suprized. they have a real nice sound without spicying up anything so what it sounds like is what it is. if you get anything outta this... here it is. go and test out what monitors sound good to your ears, and buy those. i freaking love these.
so i got these this weekend after having worked on m-audio bx5's for the past 7 years... what a step up!!! i had been considering the KRK V8's for a while, but i read some stuff online and everyone seemed to love the bm5a over the v8. i went and tested them both out for about 3 hours and settled on these. i'm hearing stuff in my music that i've never noticed before! def. a great buy for a pretty nice price. get them. you won't be disappointed.
I researched monitors under $1000 for months. These won. They are both comfortable and accurate. You can listen all day and still know what you are getting. Don't listen to all the hype. I play indie rock but these would be great for R&B and Hip Hop. Great value, go ahead compare to ADAM's. But trust your ears.
These little Dyns are absolutely fantastic for both home and studio. They have good, low, solid bass extension (despite the rating 50Hz-20Khz), very clean treble, and the right midrange, not in your face nor recessed... An excellent value in my view. It's a pleasure to watch movies and listen to music with those.
Man I just got these things and they rock. I did origionally get the M-audio bx8a's and liked ythose alot too. They however sounded like really good stereo speakers, they kicked but there seemed to be no balance when compared to the BM5A's. They are just true sound, good lows (suprisingly good lows) and everything else is perfect to me, the highs and mids are just right. Can still hear samll details at low levels too. If you can afford these do get em!!! I took the m-audios back just because I said, "if I am spending *** on a set of monitors, why not save another *** and get the only monitor I'll need" (for now). Dynaudio's rock. Keep in mind that these are dynaudios cheapest monitors, and that is what they do. M-audio sorta does it all.
these monitors are great! i just spent a couple hours comparing monitors at guitar center, krk v8, event asp8, mackie hdr6 (i think that's what they're called) and these, and these blew the others away by FAR. it came down to these and the event asp8, but these are WAY easier to pick out fine points in the mix, unlike the asp8's, which lost clarity in the lower end. i would recomend these to anyone, because these things sound MONSTEROUS. it sounds like a band's playing right in front of you! and you can actually hear the slightest detail in the mix.