Sonic State Studio / Speakers / DYNAUDIO BM6A

Average rating: 9.6/10 out of 10

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Marc a hobbyist user from Belgium writes:
I bought the BM6A 3 years ago and sold them together with other gear. Since then I NEVER heard anything that comes close in terms of linearity and neutrality. Therefore I bought them again a while ago. I had auditioned some BM5A monitors, and they where the best of the contenders (you immediately recognise the dynaudio sound) , but not enough powered and low end extension is too short for a full-range application. (they will be perfect next to a PC). In comparison with other products in this range, you will allways find something that is not so good about the other monitors. The absolute strength of this BM6A is, that the linearity (tonal balance) is maintained at every possible volume level. A product that is full of know how. Also this : they sound much "larger" then they are ! An absolute reference in its class. Thank you dynaudio...

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 11-Jul-06 at 6:13
desmond shea a Professional user from usa writes:
In terms of depth of field, imagery, and low freq. content and accuracy, they are without peer. The footprint can be decieving though, don't let them over power smaller rooms.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 09-Jan-06 at 12:41
Peter Duminy (Loudspeaker Designer) a Professional user from Vancouver, Canada writes:
I had heard about the Dynaudio BM6P 2 way speaker system from a number of colleagues who claimed that their accuracy and build quality is of the highest order. Upon first sight, they look rather plain, but with a very professional finish. For example the front baffle has no less than 10 hex machine bolts adding extra strength to the beautifully crafted cabinets. I could not resist taking a look inside one the enclosures, and I am glad I did. The crossover is very well made on a P.C. board, with Solen capacitors, 5% wirewound resistors, and air coils. Cabinet damping is a sight to behold, with thin bitumen pads glued to all side panels, 1� thick acoustical foam on all surfaces, and a good quantity of BAF wadding filling the remaining 60% of enclosure volume. This is one speaker that will not have a boomy bass! The tweeter and woofer drivers are superbly crafted with heavy duty frames, large magnets, and wired with high grade cables. The drivers are fitted to the front baffles with hex bolts and secured with “T� nuts from behind. I hardly ever see this level of engineering in this price point any longer.

The best part of these speakers of course is the sound, and these Dynaudios deliver. The bass is fast and deep, and is adjustable with supplied foam plugs for the rear ports. I found leaving them open in my room gave just the right amount of weight to the bass. The midrange and high frequencies are reproduced with amazing alacrity on every CD I could find. Midrange voicing is superb, with vocal textures being clearly audible. The tweeter has to be one the smoothest and best detailed in the business, and never disappointed with amazing levels of definition. Needless to say all this detail has a caveat, and that is unless the recording and equipment is of the highest order, the BM6’s will show defects without mercy. Forgiving they are not, but at being truthful, they will be an Engineer’s best friend. They are expensive, but then Dynaudio never designed them or manufactured them to be otherwise. I can heartily recommend the Dynaudio BM6s without reservation and use them on a daily basis in this Lab.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Friday, 27-May-05 at 2:28
Kirk a Professional user from Canada writes:
I have tried all of the top rated near field monitors available and I have to say that nothing beats the BM6As. The detail is astounding. My distributor friend tried to sell me on Tannoy's and Mackies and Yammies and Genelecs, which I own and love, because he couldn't get a pair of BM6A...Sold out! (hmmm... Why would that be?) he even brought the Tannoys, Mackies, and Yammies to my studio to test, no comparrison. He was baffled about my stance on the Dynaudios but when he finally got a pair in and he heard them he too was floored. A must for any studio.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Thursday, 10-Jun-04 at 12:5
Phil Rynhart a Professional user from UK writes:
I just bought a pair of BM^a's after compairing them to the mackie 824, the bm6a's were not set up properly in the listening position and the Mackie's were, but the clarity in the upper mid's and high's came through, so i bought the Dynaudio's. The bass may be a little hyped but for the size wow! just had to have them.

posted Monday, 06-Jan-03 at 18:52
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