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LSR4328P or new Analog Synth Headphone Amps
Old 3rd January 2011
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LSR4328P or new Analog Synth

So I've got a bit of cash I've been collecting for a new analog.
Of course, while searching the local classifieds I found a mint pair of JBL LSR4328P monitors which I worked down to $700. Paying less than the price of one new speaker is very tempting.
Now I am torn and may have to postpone adding another synth for a bit (which is OK I suppose... because I am lacking space :P)

My monitor situation at home is pretty lacking and hasn't been upgraded for years (KRK RokitRP6), because I bought a Fireface800 and had to upgrade some other things first.

Monitors definitely need to be upgraded but opinions seem to be mixed on these (as with most all monitors). I've read alot of love/nolove for these monitors around the different subforums, but not much talk here so i thought i'd check with the electronic music buddies before going further

Anyone making here have any experience/thoughts these they can share?
Old 3rd January 2011
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Your monitors are only as good as the synths you play through them.
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