This model is the eventual replacement for theA. The A has been designed with totally new drivers and crossover. The 6. It is claimed to produce bass down to 48 Hz -2 dB without the aid of a subwoofer. The crossover frequency has been lowered from 3. Genelec even added the nifty little Iso-pod four-leg table top stand that decouples the speaker from a desktop, meter bridge or otherflat surface.

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Use sound recording and mixing. In addition to a pair of NS Finally my reverbs are in place! I have gained because of their remarkable medium, allowing me to go - finally, my NS For vocals, guitars, snare drums, pianos, it is a treat.. The treble is very fine in its place, without any aggressiveness. The more specific and in its place, but there is the matter, ca avoid overdose and ending up on other systems with a serious snoring. However, a trend in the lower medium slightly over-represented, which can be corrected by the placement of switch and equations.

Dynamic excellent for setting the hair any dynamics processor. The stereo image is really good, I think with a low directivity of HP assistive listening.

It is said that these speakers flatter listening. I would say they analyze and specify listening. They are very pleasant for the musician and make you want to go very far in the work of its engineers for. They remain, however, in my opinion, objective, and make me clear my productions do not sound like even by Radiohead and tell me much room for improvement However, in terms of power, 90w announced when slowed down, for example, can the spectrum is very heavy in the bass the limiter comes into action so quickly.

I see an advantage by forcing myself to work even reasonably low volume, to preserve my capital canal. And what is most important is that finally, I found the other audio system car radio, enceientes multimedia, stereo, headphones, mono hp that I mixed on Genelec.

It is a joy. This notice is intended over time to complete. I also listened to: - The M5: really pregnant, feelings of neutrality, good alternative, but serious set back, medium, and not as accurate as the For the price, probably the best choice.

Worse than BM5 - HS80 yam : not bad, but serious cardboard medium and high can sometimes bordering on arrogance. But if in use, these speakers make me gain greatly in quality and time, then the ratio QP will be very good.

To see in the future. The balance is exactly the same low or high volume. Clearly, this means you can work at low volume levels without crashing. Very valuable for the neighbors and ears. Confirmations of the balance of these speakers. No more hassle of constant comparative listening. Finally, they have nothing flattering and you begin to figure the difference between a good and a bad mix, between good and poor production. Convenient for mobile studios. Noise level, the medium is always a treat and competes with 3-way systems, where monitoring over two channels have the excavated mediums and indistinct.

The bass are incredible for the volume how Genelec did? Present course, but very precise. As for the treble, it is so soft it looks like a ribbon, while maintaining accuracy to work effectively this spectrum. The architecture of these specially aesthetic not pregnant at first turns very effective use. The patent system Bass reflex time by Genelec provides precision and sensitivity in the extraordinary gravity to the size of these speakers.

The tweeter waveguide and the rounded shapes of the enclosure all calculation micronmetre! Prcisent the stereo image and the return of treble. With a lightweight coloration in the medium that tends to strengthen the presence on vocals in particular ; gave a small cot "believe.

At higher volumes, the most comparable o pregnant begin to saturate and compress the continue to meet the transient and the depth of the mix. But it is perhaps in the low that these gems are the most surprising. After a few simple rglages that are needed depending on the local and listening to the speaker position, is easily obtained a remarkable compromise between performance and precision in the low, even in a pi First inadapt this view. Finally for the price in the pair looking good it is a pure matter if you CONSIDERED manufacturing quality, the irreproachable finish but also the amount of inovations brought by these monitors.

I accuracy of all I pay the tax in pregnant in late Did you find this review helpful? I wanted to get my speakers to ensure fidelity of the other media and listening comfort. Reassured by the reputation of these speakers, it would seem they are the best of the Genelec series.

Is original and cool It is very pleasant to use. I worked on KRK RP6 before that seemed fairly accurate but the difference in usability between the two is enormous.

The -: nothing yet A minimum wage for both is a bit too: euros for the two seemed more Raisson at the same time you pay a certain quality and reliability I would do it again because this choice after studying the issue and tried many other models, Genelec A seem to be the minimum investment if you want to do something serious home studio, the seem a little small


Genelec 8040A & 7060A

Photo: Mark Ewing Genelec update their popular series monitors, improving the technical specifications without losing the family sound. Genelecs new series of active studio monitors comprises three models: the A, A, and A. These can be thought of as improved equivalents of the A, A, and A. Because their performance is ostensibly similar, they can be used with the same Genelec subwoofers where additional low-frequency extension is required, and in the case of the As reviewed here that would be the A for stereo or the A for multi-channel surround. If these new speakers have equivalents in the existing models, why produce them at all? A fair question, and the answer would seem to be that the series has a little more LF extension, lower distortion, and quieter electronics.




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