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Haha, that's cheating because I think the servo subs blend really easily with any speaker!Perhaps I should consider the 3-way version you discussed that has bottom section with a pair of M165s. Would the bass section work with the M165x?
I guess what I really want to know is, will these monitors also do the subwoofer trick?
I was thinking of just a pair of the M-165/16's like the lower section of the X-Statik. And that will keep the necessary air space down. The M-165X has too low of an impedance to pair up two of them. I could series/parallel four of them to reach a good impedance level, but the air space would get kind of high.
If I understand correctly, this would be a good option for those of us that love the N3/S, but don’t have the 3ft for open baffle, to be able to get an open baffle like sound?
Yes it would.
Danny, any word-up on these speakers ? Ready to go and cost ?
cost is something on our Canuck minds as our buck sucks. 1.35 or less here. And will go down even more so 'they' say. A great little monitor is such a good idea.
well that's great news. Any thoughts on roll-out Danny. I'm hurting for a few sets , and if they are that good ,,,, we will bite . Is the x over easy to put together ?
Look what Danny has done now! A studio monitor with the Neos!. This speaker can be placed close to the wall. And if you add two M-165 speaker for the low end you will have an amazing floor stander speaker that can be and should be closer to a wall.
This monitor with the two 165s for the low end plus a sub, will the SPL be able to fill a mid+ sized room (20x20) with 18' ceiling to a good volume of rock music?
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