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State Broadcasters

opto, modified 9 Years ago.

State Broadcasters

Padawan Posts: 31 Join Date: 5/10/09 Recent Posts
Hi,

The laws of physics are the same for every company, right ?

So, . . . knowing that Genelec knows a thing or two about loudspeakers, I wondered why BBC and DR (Danish state broadcaster) ended up choosing Dynaudio ??

Have you got any "inside" knowledge about the reasons ? Was it something in the sound quality, or did Dynaudio have some sound-unrelated advantage ?

Is there a general tendency to produce "too bright sounding" monitors in this day and age, comparable to the "loudness-madness" ?


Regards Olli
opto, modified 9 Years ago.

Re: State Broadcasters

Padawan Posts: 31 Join Date: 5/10/09 Recent Posts
I didn´t know that. What a crackpot I must have been! That is a big plus.
It makes listening much easier, I´m shure.
I must have my cup of tea now. toodo´loo!
opto, modified 9 Years ago.

Re: State Broadcasters

Padawan Posts: 31 Join Date: 5/10/09 Recent Posts
Now I got it !
Took some time (that´s me).

Thanks
Olli