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Old 6th May 2006
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ADAM ANF10

Hello, what about this monitors? Any experiences? Or any other suggestions in same price range? Are there far better than Tapco S8? Thank you!

Check this: http://www.thomann.de/thoiw2_adamthe..._prodinfo.html Pair of Tapco S8 costs exactly the same price there... So who is the winner?
Old 6th May 2006
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i have listened to the tapcos and the anf at my local dealer.
he has had a big range from ultra cheap models like the tapcos to more expensive ones
like dynaudio and adam.
the tapcos sounded compared to other cheap models and the expensive ones like someone has pressed a handkerchief into the tweeter.
look at the adam anf. do you know how small they are?
how could there physicaly come any bass information out of this?
in this price range i would rather mix on any hifi system.
my humble opinion:
listen to them and then buy.... or not.
Old 6th May 2006
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blaugruen7: reviews told that it´s very good monitor (adam)...
Old 6th May 2006
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reviews?
in magazines?
and adam is a main advertising client? :-)
they are supersmall!!!
where should the bass come from?
i found very soon that my stereo would have more bass content.
Old 6th May 2006
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Quote:
i found very soon that my stereo would have more bass content.
Maybe more, but it lies ,)
Old 6th May 2006
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I don´t know about the tapcos, but I´m extremely satisfied with my anf-10´s. Although the bass don´t go down as low as one could wish, my mixes now translates surprisingly well (I usually check the bass in my headphones). I think these suckers are well worth their money, I´ve worked with Tannoy, Fostex and alesis in the same pricerange and none of them sound as good as the anf´s. Hell, I even think their better than Event 20/20 BAS. Well, IMHO. Go listen and figure out for yourself.. Happy hunting.
Old 6th May 2006
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mr jkn: thanks for your impressions. I think that 50 hz is good (commercial hi-fi systems cannot play lower), and lower bass can be controlled on spectral analyzer, headphones and subbass during mastering... Important is mid-radge, and there can be adams brilliant...
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