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post #16 of 25
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Not impressed with my pair. Amp broke after less than a days use. I can power the left speaker that doesn't have an amp fine from a separate, but the right is a complete dud. Will be getting them refunded and going for a more reliable company like Genelac.

 

Thats strange...Ive had mine over 6 months and not a single problem! I have them playing for hours pretty much every day and often at near full volume! Cant reccomend these highly enough, in fact loads of friends are asking me where I bought them as they want to get them for Christmas!
post #17 of 25

I have them for a year now and they sound extremely good!!!

Also they are very very powerful.

I have a 12 inch sub too but i find the bass on these to be really good.

I can take a video for you to show you how low they can get.biggrin.gif

post #18 of 25

Genelecs cost far more at least here in the US they do.

 

What types of amps are they class d or class ab?

post #19 of 25
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Genelecs cost far more at least here in the US they do.

 

What types of amps are they class d or class ab?

No idea. I'm not taking it apart to find out since that'd void my warranty. It's going back to the retailer on wednesday for a refund.

post #20 of 25

What's the dimensions of these speakers? 

post #21 of 25

Technical Specifications


Amplifier specs
Output power 100, Watt RMS
Power distribution 50х2, Watt
Harmonic distortion 0,3, % (1Watt, 1kHz)
Frequency response 55-20 000, Hz
Signal/Noise ratio 85, dB
Separation 55, dB
Speakers specs
Tweeter driver type 1,
Bass driver type 6,5,
Material MDF
Color dark wood
Remote control 1
Interfaces
Output terminals
Input 2RCA
Auxilliary 2RCA
Dimensions
Satellites 210 x 270 x 361, mm
Product Net weight 13,70, kg

 

 

Still haven't had the chance to get my hands on them again...got give them a another shot.

post #22 of 25
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Still haven't had the chance to get my hands on them again...got give them a another shot.

I'm glad I got a refund on mine. The Behringer B2030A monitors I replaced them with are far superior, that said, I would be very displeased if they didn't as they cost significantly more new (£230, I paid £90). 

post #23 of 25
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I'm glad I got a refund on mine. The Behringer B2030A monitors I replaced them with are far superior, that said, I would be very displeased if they didn't as they cost significantly more new (£230, I paid £90). 

Well I think you got a dodgy set as they broke after 1 day!
post #24 of 25

Has anyone tried both the SOLO 6C and the Audioengine A2? How do they compare? Thanks.

post #25 of 25

I have tried both, the A2 is better in some aspects and at a price! The Solo 6C is a great product for the price, it is not as accurate/revealing and detailed as the A2 but provides a satisfying solid music playback. The A2 is more suited for desktop use, the 6C as well if one has the space! The 6C is more warm with better bass(obvious effect of the driver size) and sounds "full" but with less detail, ofcourse you only notice this loss of detail when you compare it with the A2. There Solo 6C behaves the same at all volumes, the A2 does tend to lose some of its character when driven to loud volumes. So that's my opinion of both these very good speakers.
 

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