Founded in Denmark in 1977, Dynaudio have always had one rule - to create the ultimate listening experience. Honoring their word, they have built a reputation that has resulted in Dynaudio becoming a familiar name in music studios throughout the world.
They have produced some of the best studio monitors and stereo speakers for both professional and home studios, and are still a favourite choice of many music producers today.
With nearly 5 million facebook fans, UK metalcore band Bring Me The Horizon's music reaches many ears. That's why they pick the Dynaudio DBM-50 studio monitors over everything else.
The man behind their sound is Jona Weinhofen, and he swears by the DBM-50 monitors. "The Dynaudio DBM50 monitors have been lifesaving for us during the writing of our latest album. They sound phenomenal, suiting all genres of music production".
08 05 2007 03:28
One of the more common concerns we hear is that because the bass in our systems is being reproduced by a mono subwoofer, the user fears that they may be able to perceive it as a separate, locatable source. This is actually not the case and in a correctly designed 2.1 system using proper bass-management it should not be an issue at all.
24 01 2007 05:20
KRK Systems has announced the Exposé E8B studio monitor. KRK’s Exposé series E8B monitor utilizes state-of-the-art components including a beryllium/aluminum tweeter (AlbeMet) that provides smooth, lightning fast transient response or the implementation of dual discrete class A/AB amplifiers to achieve incredible detail or the striking curved cabinet which reduces diffraction.
18 02 2005 04:59
Issue 24 of Music Tech Magazine has hit the shops and there are no surprises as to what we\'ve been playing with since getting back from this year\'s NAMM show at Anaheim, California.
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