You can see in Robin Schulz's Studio two Neumann KH 310A [1h20m33s](https://youtu.be/IgeGPZ3F8w8?t=1h20m33s). He uses also in his studio two black Yamaha HS8 Powered Studio Monitor [56m2s](https://youtu.be/IgeGPZ3F8w8?t=56m2s) and two Yamaha HS8 W Powered Studio Monitor (White) [13m25s](https://youtu.be/IgeGPZ3F8w8?t=13m25s) and [1h20m36s](https://youtu.be/IgeGPZ3F8w8?t=1h20m36s).more
“I’ve got Neumann KH310 speakers and they’ve got an amazing low-end response. This album is the first proper album I’ve made with them and it did feel like I hadn’t been making music properly before I got them [Laughs]! The speakers are probably the most expensive thing in the studio!”more
Grabbitz's home studio gear setup can be seen in this Instagram photo. In the comments, fans ask him about his studio monitor speakers, to which he replies, "Neumann kh310s. M audio bx8 for DJing and reference. Krk sub that essentially cannot be turned on since I'm in a building." The Neumann KH 310 monitors sit below his M-Audio monitors, and Grabbitz implies these are what he uses mainly for near-field monitoring during production.more
I spent a lot of time looking for a new pair of monitors for my stusio. I had been using a pair of Mackie 828 mk1s. I wanted something with more definition in the mids/highs. After trying out a number of monitors I went with these - the closed cabinets means the bass is super tight and fast with little overhang and they go real low. The mids and and tops were like a revelation. These monitors are not hyped, dipped etc anywhere and so not as an exciting listen as many monitors I tried but they are a revealing one. It is vital to make sure you treat your room well though in order to get the best out of them. The one thing that would be handy would be a on/off switch on the front! Love them!