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Old 14th October 2002
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7 yrs old

hello
how long is the average life-span of near-field monitors ? i know it depends on environmental conditions but i'm talking about average if they r well taken care of. i have a genelec 1030a that i bought 7 yrs ago n i'm thinking it's lo end response (sounds more flabby?) has changed some what. i hope i'm wrong. anybody know about these things ? thanks
Old 14th October 2002
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Thats a goodly amount of time to get bored with a monitor..

Try a change!

ADAM S3A'a anyone?

Old 14th October 2002
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yeah maybe u r right jules, come to think of it i think i am getting bored w/it. has anyone tried the adams s1a's or the s2a's ? how about the blue sky's ?
Old 14th October 2002
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I hopped over to ADAMS after about 7 years of Genelec.

Old 23rd October 2002
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๐ŸŽง 15 years
I use the ADAM S2As for nearfields - Liked 'em so much I bought a pair of the S4C-As (for extra "balls" & to impress people).

Scott

BTW - Jules, do you use the little foot thingies on yours, or just let 'em sit on the floor?
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