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Good Studio Chair under $100?
Old 8th February 2009
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Good Studio Chair under $100?

Any good studio chairs under $100. In the executive chair fashion please.
Old 8th February 2009
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good studio chair for a $100

hhhmmmm........

I believe you might be looking for the Behringer "EuroChair". I believe it's a knockoff of a well known "industry standard" $1000 pro studio chair.
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Nothing came up on google.

Im looking for a chair that is comfortable, has arm rests, and can be used for many hours without fatigue.
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Is this serious? Just go down to Ikea or something and sit in a few chairs till you get to one you like. Chairs are all whatever fits your body.
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yup its serious, i dont want to go to ikea.
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I love my Saturnia chair.

could not beleive it was $99. I was looking to drop $400 and it was the most comfortable, beating out $300 and $400 chairs easily.
The best part is all the inward/outward, up/down, towards/away positions you can make the armrests. Great armrests for long hours of work. And the chrome legs are very sturdy.

Saturnia Mesh Mid Back Chair

And i recommend against anything larger than a mid-back chair. the higher the back, the more you'll be hearing reflections off the chair.

And yea, go to the store and sit in a few.
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I like the ergonomic chairs from officemax. The ones with the mesh backing. I like it because I get minimal reflections from the back of the chair and Im a pretty short guy so that means a lot. The least thing you want is your chair changing your frequency response!


I've noticed with leather chairs or hard back, I can hear high frequency flutter, though faint it still is audible.

No so with mesh chairs.
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I think i'll head over to officemax and check out what they got. Most of the good stuff seems to be at $150. And good idea about avoiding the sound reflection. Thanks fellas.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AdamJay ➑️
I love my Saturnia chair.

could not beleive it was $99. I was looking to drop $400 and it was the most comfortable, beating out $300 and $400 chairs easily.
The best part is all the inward/outward, up/down, towards/away positions you can make the armrests. Great armrests for long hours of work. And the chrome legs are very sturdy.

Saturnia Mesh Mid Back Chair

And i recommend against anything larger than a mid-back chair. the higher the back, the more you'll be hearing reflections off the chair.

And yea, go to the store and sit in a few.
My wife has that same chair.from office max....I try to teal it from her all the time and I paid $180.00 for mine!!
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Well, if you setup your control room right, you can record from bed. No more comfortable place IMO. Although comfort comes at a price. Once you are fatigued, it's toooo easy to nod off.
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