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8250 vs. 8351

jonih, modified 8 Years ago.

8250 vs. 8351

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 3/19/14 Recent Posts

I currently have a pair of 8250s with the GLM software. I was thinking that do you think I would benefit from upgrading to the new 8351? I listen at a very close distance and I understood that the new model is very good at that kind of setting.
digipete, modified 8 Years ago.

Re: 8250 vs. 8351

Padawan Posts: 99 Join Date: 6/18/11 Recent Posts
I would definitely try out the 8351 if it's within your financial range.

I preferred the 8260 specifically for two reasons:

- The Coaxial Midrange/Tweeter that images like nothing else
- Full rage monitor

Now the 8351 sports the same Coaxial Midrange/Tweeter as the 8260, and offers what probably will be full rage in any reasonable sized room.

Let us know if you decide to take it for a spin !!!