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Genelec 8050A
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Active nearfield monitor speakers. Max. SPL rated at 110 dB. Freq. Response 38 Hz - 20 kHz (± 2 dB), 35 Hz - 21 kHz (-3 dB). The crossover frequency between the drivers is 1.8 KHz. It has a 1 inch metal dome tweeter powered at 120 W (+Dcw) direct wave guide, and an 8 inch bass driver powered at 150 W. Connector input is on an XLR. In production from 2008 to 2013, replaced by the 8050B.


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Best nearfield monitors for remastering/restoration

Wondering what your preferred ACTIVE nearfield monitors might be. I'm thinking of replacing some Genelec 8050A's (at least 8 years old). I never cared for Genelecs generally as I always found them harsh, sterile, and even fatiguing after a long session (these weren't my choice). I prefer Dynaudios generally. But interested in other options....

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Best nearfield monitors for remastering/restoration

I had a pair of Genelecs that I used for a while. They were very accurate and were suggested to me by my mentor. I used them both in the studio and on remote recording gigs. Never had a problem with them. I finally sold them when I downsized my remote recording work. Right now my speakers...

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