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Old 10th November 2006, 11:19 PM   #1
TheoM is offline TheoM  United States
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Default Need a flat, sealed, mtm kit for mastering

Any suggestions for a flat MTM kit to use in a commercial mastering application. I heard the Lipinski 707 last week and its amazingly faithful and even - it blew away all the monitors I auditioned in one of New Yorks best pro audio stores.

The kit I want would have some acoustic time alignment compensation (ie not electronic), and a low order crossover. Plus or minus 2 db 50 to 20k, and not terribly ineffecient. Those are more or less the claims from the Lipinski Brochure.
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Old 11th November 2006, 01:46 AM   #2
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1500 to 2000. More and I'll just buy the Lipinskis because they would have a resale value. Good question, though. .

Focal also makes a very good monitor that's MTM type (using their inverted dome and the sandwich cone).
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