Photos of Fehrplay's studio setup reveal he owns Dynaudio BM6A MKII Monitors, amongst other sets of speakers to check his mixes on. He later replaced the Dynaudios, but has good things to say about them in his Reddit AMA: "I've been using Dynaudio bm6a for many years and was very happy with them."more
These monitors have been with me for almost a decade and they are still one of my favourites. The sound is really detailed across the whole frequency range. The mids are clear and offer a good stage and are great for mixing as they will reveal everything. The highs are crips but not tiring, so you can spend long studio sessions with minimal fatigue. These coped with a Subpac allow you to hear the full frequency range all the way down.
I actually made most of my tracks back in the day on a simple and cheap HIFI music set that I got from my parents when I was a little kid. When I finally upgraded to these monitor speakers when I was in my late 20ies it was a different world alltogether. I could finally hear what I was doing in the low bass-frequency area :) Own these speakers for a long time now and I'm still happy with them to this day
Like all monitors they deserve a good room, as mine suffer very unfortunate flat parallel walls. The manual says they take a few hours to warm up on first use - very true, I noticed a marked change5 or 6 hours in.. My 'left' BM6aIII had quite a unique problem. A loud and explosive 'popping' sound would happen, repetitively and quickly, after I turned it on first thing in the morning. I sent it to be repaired but it's now coming back slowly. If anyone has had a similar problem I'd really appreciate any advice you may have on fixing it!
Excluding that odd mechanical issue which I'm sure is very rare, they are possibly the most valuable investment I've ever made... Also they appear to be getting cheaper with the release of new models, so quickly!!! Go Shopping!!!