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Tell me about unity audio boulders? Studio Monitors
Old 6th August 2017
  #1
Tell me about unity audio boulders?

Hello all i have the Unity Rocks mk2 i really like them still leaning to mix through them. Seems for my room there are better closer i put them on the sound Anchor stands and it just sounds like not wide stereo image might not be doing it right how are your rocks? Anyway was wondering about the boulders and it can they be used for near use. I know mk1 is a 6 inch tweeter i think but the new one is 8 and that might be too big for my room. Was wondering for the future.
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Old 6th August 2017
  #2
Gear Nut
 

The boulder is fantastic in the near field.
Old 13th February 2018
  #3
Here for the gear
I just ordered a pair of Boulders, hopefully they will ship this week. They are replacing focal twins, I also spoke with Kevin walker at Unity because I was concerned about distance 1.5m in my current set up...he stated I’d be ok at that distance
Old 14th February 2018
  #4
I already sold my rocks and got HEDD TYPE 20. But please let me know how the boulders are?
Old 27th April 2018
  #5
Gear Maniac
 

Any update from Boulder Mkii users? Are you guys enjoying them? Compared them with anything else in your studios?
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