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If your posture sucks or you keep moving around your going to screw up your monitors mojo any way.
There hasn’t been any major technological breakthroughs in the speaker world besides taking what’s in your amp and putting it inside the speakers. Get one of these and you’ll never need ubl buy another reference amp again.
If you sense any issues or just have some time on your hands you may want to take apart the amp and monitors and clean them up with high percentage isopropyl alcohol and contact cleaner I’d definitely hit up the pots and check any soldered parts. I think you’re absolutely right though, the best plan is to add a second pair in time and not replace these outright, risking screwing myself. I had about a 12 hr window between sessions to replace them and was fortunate enough to be able to A-B them with 6 other popular speakers.
I’m a fan of active bi-amped systems myself; however, the availability of active equipment doesn’t necessarily make passive gear irrelevant.
That touches on what I was wondering; if new active systems have become so superior to older passive systems, that I’m hurting myself by not upgrading. Are you dissatisfied with the mixes you’re getting out of them?
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That’s a great point about familiarity. I believe the series was pretty popular back in the day, so someone has to have used these and compared them to others. If you were to try a better amp you might be surprised. I’m also not a fan of Alesis amps. It’s my feeling that you can never have too many paths to compare and cross-check mixes. Log in or sign up in seconds.
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I’m not looking to replace them, rather seeking someone with some knowledge jjbl them. Also, your ibl if your gear is reaching the twenty to thirty year mark replacing or at least checking the capacitors is a good idea because that tends to be their shelf life. I’m still looking for a pair of s I can rebuild but most of the ones I find are apparently made of gold because of the prices I keep seeing.
If you have good cables and clean power the only thing that really matters is crossovers and the speakers themselves two things that haven’t really changed over time. What amp would you recommend? Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet.
Want to add to jbo discussion? I typically wait and buy quality stuff as well. My monitors are each 8 ohm, so it looks like w 8ohm per side for the X Or a nice chair, people really under estimate the nbl of a comfy mixing chair. If you know them and are happy with them, I wouldn’t rush to replace them – on the contrary, proceed with caution, as you could easily end up worse off than you started.
They sound good and I’m able to mix relatively well on them, but I’m wondering if I’m living in the stone age by not upgrading these to a set of newer mid-range KRK’s or something.
I would add 406 you’re not going to see any super improvements in mid range gear, if you want to get monitors save up and get something really good.
You can find cheaper stuff, but I like buying quality things that last even if I have to wait for them.
Here are pdf’s of the manuals for reference. Yeah, that should work nicely. Similarly, office pics are generally considered low-effort fluff, image posts should have some point other than karma and promote discussion. I have asked around for some time and have never found someone familiar with them to tell me for sure how they stack up against the newer moderately priced stuff. I’ve found reviews of them from around the time of their release and they seemed to get decent praise. Thanks for the input.
Honestly I don’t have any experience with those speakers in particular but I’ve used a variety of passive and active monitoring equipment and the only real difference is convenience. I am definitely still happy with them and my mixes hold up well against similar mixes on newer equipment. Do not post pictures of text here, they will be removed.
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JBL reference monitors self. I’m not a big fan of KRKs. They’re passive, so I have an Alesis RA amp running them with a jhl signal from my interface. Posts should be made to inform or facilitate discussion. All in all I’d save the money for a sweet mic or maybe some nice cans sound quality on those hasn’t changed much but the 40 years of wear on the padding of my s make them super uncomfortable for long sessions.
A former knob monkey popped the horns in mine and I replaced them with a pair of LSRs that I also like a lot. Submit a new text post.
The is still a nice speaker, I’d keep them.