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Atc25a in small rooms? would they work?
Old 5th April 2017
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Atc25a in small rooms? would they work?

I was thinking about the Atc25a. I been wondering i am using the unity rocks and they are great. I know you have learn your speakers. What i heard from the atc25a it was impressive. I would prob have to sell alot of gear to afford it. i know montioring and room is prob very important when mixing. I hate to second guess i know i need to keep learning my skills to get better. When you changed to the ATC25a did the mixes change? Did they get better? Thanks
Old 6th April 2017
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They are marketed (and built) for OB vans in addition to studios -- so mobile broadcast/recording situations where the speakers are racked in a small space in the van (there's a rack kit to fit in a standard 19" rack.) That would be a pretty "small room" to me.
Can't answer your other questions.
Old 6th April 2017
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I do post production editing and mixing for Public Radio. The SCM25a's were a Godsend in my small control room. I've learned to compensate for all kinds of inaccuracies in monitors, but the ATC's tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth. If there's a problem you'll hear it, if everything is right on, you'll KNOW IT.
Old 6th April 2017
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Thanks guys for replying
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