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Genelec 8250A - Studio Setup

swonkmusic, modified 7 Years ago.

Genelec 8250A - Studio Setup

Youngling Posts: 4 Join Date: 3/2/15 Recent Posts
Hello everyone ...

This is my first post here, finally I added Genelec into my equipments.

I just bought a pair of 8250A + GLM AutoCal.

By following the instructions in the "Monitor Setup Guide 2013", I calculated and designed the new positioning of the speakers and the listening point, which I think might be suitable for the structural characteristics of my recording studio.

Some of you, certainly more experienced than me in this specific area, could tell me if the measures that I have written in the PDF attached are correct, or give me some further indication to improve this?

If you need more information, please ask me!

Thanks in advance.

Paolo

PDF: http://cl.ly/1b0k0r3M121a