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If pro studio monitors are being considered, the very nice and very expensive Klein + Hummel O300D (review) is an option. The Neumann KH 120 D mentioned earlier in the thread still seems to be pending release.
How do you get stereo to a pair of speakers?
So if you have SPDIF digital coaxial do you use a simple y-splitter?
The new Neumann KH310 is a relative bargain when the amplification is considered - just over half the price of the real competition. Hugh Robjohns, who reviewed (and loved) the 0300 in the link you posted has bought the review pair of 310s. You can bet K+H is working feverishly on the 310D (with digital input).Another digital input monitor of very high caliber is the new Geithain RL 906D, which has an AES/EBU (3pin XLR) digital input: http://www.me-geithain.de/index.php/en/studio/products/active-loudspeaker/rl906d
Bamberg Series 3 (compact full-range 3-way) will be released next month in active DSP format via Hypex AS2.100. http://bambergaudio.com/products/in-development/s3-id.php
Just to be clear, John, the Neumann KH310 is not yet available in the D model, nor is the KH120D, which according to Neumann is due out in early 2014.
Well... I'm just wondering if I should take them off the list - ? well... how about I just put annotate the descriptions.I wonder what the holdup is. The 310D does look awesome.
... And I know the studio approach (cheaper/dry sounding speakers used near field) doesn't fit the audiophile model of 'proper' room, setup, synergized components, etc. ...
That would be a shoot out I'd like to hear.
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