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G One vs 6020A

allegro, modified 2 Years ago.

G One vs 6020A

Youngling Posts: 3 Join Date: 5/25/11 Recent Posts

I read an early post about this and now I'm even more confused. I have a pair of 6020As that I am using for the audio on one of my TVs and I am happy with them. (They sound the most like the Genelec studio monitors I use on my DAW). I am thinking about buying another pair to use with a small stereo system. I was told that the 6020s aren't made any more and the closest current equivalent is the G One. Now I am told that there are A and B versions of the G Ones. 

So, regarding the G One A and B versions:

1.) Which is better?

2.) Which is closest to the sound of my 6020As?

3.) Is there a difference in the price and, if so, which is cheaper?