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Genelec 8050BPM
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8050B Studio Monitor
Get serious in your studio with a headline performance from one of the world’s most desired active monitors, the Genelec 8050B.

Found in studios where only the best is good enough, the 8050B represents a class-leading balance of extraordinary SPL output, an expansive dynamic range and an intensely detailed, transparent performance. A truly professional tool, the 8050B is most at home in large facilities, world-renowned mastering suites and broadcasting hubs of the world. Nevertheless, it still exhibits the striking good looks, rounded edges and colour-free, accurate reproduction of the rigid all-aluminium Minimum Diffraction Enclosure (MDE™).

Precise on- and off-axis frequency reproduction is guaranteed by the Directivity Control Waveguide (DCW™), while broad low-frequencies and high SPLs are delivered with a flow-optimised internal curved reflex tube and a maximised internal volume. Finally, at the end of the session the 8050B saves your studio money by automatically entering an environmentally friendly, power-saving standby mode, courtesy of Genelec Intelligent Signal Sensing (ISS™) circuitry.

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...it looks really nice freshflowe, with a small stone windowshill underneath it and wooden shutters. I am using the genelec 8050BPM. My listening height is around 1,21m slightly under the tweeter. There are 4 basstraps in each corner with 2 layers of rockwhool around 14cm thick. The rest are single sheet of rockwool around 10cm...

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Monitors upgrade for a really small studio

...speakers with the smallest base size on the market (I mean WxD). My choice lies between the 8040 BPM and the 8050 BPM. I wouldn't do this post if it wasn't for the fact that 2x 8040s cost as much as one 8050. (they're both discounted on Thomann now) Important fact, its a lucky coincidence I like...

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Monitors upgrade for a really small studio

Why do you need a BIG Studio Monitors even in the small Control Rooms?

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