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Nice call, w00t...keeping then guessing.
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I have pair of older Yamaha "reference" speakers that I always used when editing audio. It IS important to use the same sources (as opposed to different speakers or headphones each time) if you want a consistent sound to each of you recordings.
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I've heard these speakers and they sound pretty good (which is totally subjective)... for what they are. They are amplified 4" speakers. That's it. The sound quality will diminish as the room size grows. 4" speakers can move only so much air. Put a pair of these in a fairly open 15' x18' room and they will sound a little better than a pair of laptop speakers... well not quite that bad.
85hz is near the top of the bass band, meaning that they have basically no bass, especially since they are bass reflex design which has dips and valleys in the bass response anyway.
For a set of very overpriced speakers, the Woot price makes them about on par with what they are actually worth.
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