"The thing is we had lots of monitors in the past, and again, we also had the Dynaudio BM15 and also the… I don’t remember the model, it has two woofers and one tweeter , it’s really expensive like $6000. We said let’s try, and it didn’t sound as good. The mix didn’t come out as good as we had on the BM6A. So we said f**k it, it sounds good enough."more
Using the BM6A in their NZ studio. Comment below the picture: "yeah the old HR824's, they're gratifying, but not that flat. Tbh we use the BM6A's far more these days." https://www.facebook.com/theupbeats/photos/a.10150165493268540.304657.120526688539/10152334481503540/?type=3&src=https%3A%2F%2Fscontent-vie1-1.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-xfp1%2Ft31.0-8%2F964126_10152334481503540_3473389411246787145_o.jpg&smallsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fscontent-vie1-1.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-xaf1%2Fv%2Ft1.0-9%2F10253946_10152334481503540_3473389411246787145_n.jpg%3Foh%3D71838faa00d29cbfbda1e5a509da33f6%26oe%3D56D31DCC&size=2048%2C1529&fbid=10152334481503540more
"I run three pairs of different speakers at my place - yamaha ns10m, dynaudio bm6a, and a pair of adam p22 with an adam sub10. i like each pair for what it does, the yamahas for the pure anc cheap sound to balance your volumes and trace resonances, the dynaudios or its lowmid unch, and the adams for its brilliance and stereo width."more
There are two things I love aside from how great the Dynaudio BM6A MKI (oldschool classics) sound: 1) No hiss. These are so quiet even while nothing is playing. 2) Dynaudio added some kind of timed-delay on the relay or power circuit that doesn't make it POP upon startup/shutdown like on other units. These monitors, in combination with the Dynaudio BM9S make for a perfect dingy bedroom setup.