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8010A vs 8020C vs 8020D

eastern, modified 4 Years ago.

8010A vs 8020C vs 8020D

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 2/25/18 Recent Posts

Hi,

Need help deciding which one to buy. Is there a significant listening experience difference between the 8010A vs 8020C. I noticed the 8010A has bigger watts. If there is, what’s the difference between 8020C vs 8020D? Is it worth it to wait a couple of months for the D to arrive in my country? 

Thank you

 

 

eastern, modified 4 Years ago.

RE: 8010A vs 8020C vs 8020D

Youngling Posts: 2 Join Date: 2/25/18 Recent Posts
No one?
1038, modified 4 Years ago.

RE: 8010A vs 8020C vs 8020D

Jedi Master Posts: 340 Join Date: 4/6/09 Recent Posts

Hi Eastern,

it is very difficult to give you subjective information... the more important question, is how will you be using the speakers (mixing/hifi listening), and your room size and listening distance. Are you using them in stereo or surround sound, will you use a subwoofer with them?

The 8010's are a great speaker, the 20's will do more, and so on up the range. When Genelec revise a speaker, from an A to a B and so on, it is an evolution, rather than a revolution, this is by design, so customers who have earlier revisions can mix and match.

Cheers

 

Steve