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Markus M, 23.09.2014
For many years I have mixed in my studio mainly about a couple Genelecs 8040A, with which I was naturally very familiar. In fact, I always had a little bit of the difficulty that despite the settings and filter of the 8040 in my mixing room (25qm), I always had to mix something "against" what I heard, in the knowledge, how that sounds "out there". Latent had disturbed me for a long time, so that I had been there for a long time with the thought of reorienting me.
At the SAE Convention 2 years ago I heard the first time from Eve Audio, and the two-way systems exhibited so far I have liked very much.
At the beginning of this year, I had the opportunity to work for 3 months in a studio, where Neumann KH120ern also built the SC307 - and they have really knocked me off.
As I was now going to exchange the Genelecs, the SC307 were also logical candidates. Although I had a little concern, whether my studio is large enough to get a reasonable stereo triangle, but thanks to 30 days service by Thomann can not happen there.
And I have to say that I absolutely love the SC307 after 2 weeks. The line-up was not as crass as I'm afraid, I finally landed at 1.60m, there they stand behind the desk with enough room to the walls quite relaxed. The monitors dissolve quite fantastically, the stereo is sitting tightly bomb-proof and one can completely stressless all details and localize. Stressless is a good catchword: the EVEs are despite the excellent resolution and detailed picture for me completely unstressful monitors, in which even long mixing sessions are easy to master. There is also other analytical monitors in the area!
I am also a big fan of the digital filters of the EVEs. Setting the optimum working range of the A / D converter is done in just one minute, and you can really intervene and intervene in "small doses".
For me, I had minimal bass for the bass in the neutral basic position, with a LoShelf (down 300Hz down) 1 dB down and a desk filter (Pultteflexionen, grasps at 180 Hz) lowering of 2 dB was the Bass crisp and precise there and the whole thing sounds as I imagine it.
The mixing is much faster, because what I hear more corresponds to what you hear "outside" also.
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