I don't have the brain right now to calculate feet into meters, but you say it's small and you say you're going to edit footage... As in video-editing?
If you're editing video and want to have a good picture of what the audio quality is, just get any decent brand monitor, it really doesn't matter much, determine if the audio is usable and pass it off to the mixer when the edit is done. I think I would get a set of PSI 17-2's, very accurate, loud enough etc.
If you're thinking of mixing as well, re-think...
Originally Posted by Mannie Bothans
Different people have told me to look into the Blue Sky Exo2, KRK RP8 G2, Adams A7X, and Genelec 8260A, but none of them had any idea if the size of my editing space.
What speaker options do I have in the $3000 price range for each if my room options?
If there aren't true professional monitors available in this price range for either or both editing spaces, how much would I need to plan to invest?
What audio monitors are particularly well-suited for editing dialogue and other film demands?