Originally Posted by TheNoize
Of course if someone gives me a compliment, some people just can't sleep at night without coming here and saying how much they disagree and how much smarter they are...
NS10 with FAR BETTER electronics? Are you joking?
I'm tired of arguing. I'll have my little blog, and you guys can think whatever you want.
I try to help, I don't get paid for this, and still I get people thinking they already learned everything there is to know.
And how rude of me for writing something new to them!...
Maybe that was out of line, maybe I'm stressed out, but seriously, some articles I put up, like the Windows XP tweak guide - pretty harmless and neutral right?
Well you wouldn't believe how many haters I got for putting up advice for audio people on XP! I wouldn't be surprised to receive death threats! Nowadays people will hate you for whatever the hell you do
you misunderstood me probably. First of all, I am not a hater
Secondly, yes, far better electronics, of course. Drive NS-10 with a Bryston Amp and here we go. In fact, the HS50m DOES sound very well in my room on my desk (playced on desktop racks). But the only reason is, that my desk colors the sound in a very pleasant way and adds a boost at 100-250 Hz. But this is not the typical sound of this monitor.
Third, NS-10 is used because it translates or translated well to consumer systems. What does this actually mean? Why does it translate well? Because it highlightes frequencies which are usually NOT highlighted on consumer systems? Or vice versa? There is much to think about.
The HS50m has a smaller chassey. It has a smaller woofer. It is not a closed design. It is an active design with chip based electronics, like all nearfields in this low cost market. Of course, the NS-10 electronics depend on the amp used. But any good studio amplifier will be superior by nature.
There should be always room for "contructive" discussions. Isn't it? This has nothing to do with "being so clever".