Sonic State Studio / Speakers / JBL LSR25P

Average rating: 7.7/10 out of 10

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This is absolutely the worst flight simulator I have ever had the misfortune to accidently install. The flight deck makes all manner of wierd noises which I can only assume are modern more aesthetic alarms, and the display, well, I've flown from instruments before none of these make any bloody sense, and I've not seen one propeller at all.

Rating: 6 out of 10 posted Monday, 21-Jun-04 at 5:40
sean cooper a Professional user from new zealand writes:
well...i just got a pair of these beauts. did my forst job on them and got the mix right first time...cant get better then that...thinking seriously about adding the JBL LSR sub for some extended bottom end but other then that i cant fault em.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Sunday, 20-Jun-04 at 23:57
paul a hobbyist user from UK writes:
These active nearfields are the mutt's nuts. Originally priced at about £800 in the UK, I got these for £299 from Turnkey. The frequency response is very flat from about 70 to 20,000 hz. The soundstage is open and very clear and the speakers are smooth and not tiresome to listen to. Comments about the lack of deep bass are true and I have added a sub-woofer for a deeper experience but if you can get a bargain price on these speakers, listen and buy. Other nice points are the robust all-aluminium casings - sexy to the touch! The best £299 I have ever spent on home recording stuff!

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Friday, 14-Dec-01 at 9:17
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