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Well, I've just started research on my very first studio monitors. I've read Tweak's guide on the subject and searched the internet till I was blue in the face.
I've checked out almost every thing I can think of. I decided on a pair, then changed my mind a hundred times.
Then I found them, when I saw them my heart just melted.
I could'nt concentrate at work today and can't stop thinking about them.
It's going to be difficult for me over the next two or three weeks while I try to conjure up some cash. And I know that sleeping at night is going to be hard.
They are the KRK V4 series 2. Does anyone agree with me that they are the most gorgeous, stunningly beautiful monitors ever created in history.
The craftmanship, the suttle, yet smooth curves on the corners, the alluring yellow woofer, the cutest sweetest little soft dome tweeter......mmmmmmmm.
I don't care what they do, I don't care what they cost, I don't care, I just don't care. Oh please................
belzybob wrote:I hear what you're saying motolover man.......but you obviously haven't seen them.
Agree with you there... b&W is on my list, of first buys when i get back to bama I'll say this if i had 500$ and had to get active monitors KRK V4s would be one of the first things i'd look at, way before i look at the RP8,KRKs are ok, but certainly don't hold a candle to ADAM, B&W, Genelec, and a number of other top-end studio monitors....
Nick_godin wrote:You want to talk sexy, and quality on top of that ...B & W Nautilus
AFK wrote:does the shape of the speakers in anyway ruin fidelity though?
jar4ever wrote:Even the rounded edges you were talking about on the KRKs are there for an acoustical reason (something about reflections from 90 degree corners being bad, I think). The shape of those plastic molded Genelecs are that way because of acoustics also.
Gibong, that design looks insane. I'm sure it sounds awesome, but you'd have to explain them to everyone that comes in.
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