All midrange. Often used for mono TV speaker test. Great for balancing instruments when mixing.
Best sounding solid state power amp I've ever heard. Bryston also makes power supplies for life support systems, which is a testament to the reliability of these power amps.
Soffit mounted in our control room. These were originally installed in a studio in the Castro where Sylvester and Arthur Russell recorded. Our friend Ben shown here helping with installation.
High quality headphone distro system with 5x HR-6 mixing stations for personalized mixes.
Currently installed as main near-field monitors.
Popular in the broadcast industry.
80's standard power amp. Urei design. Pairs nicely with JBL 4311B Control Monitors.
These far-field monitors feature a very detailed midrange and great low end extension. We have installed these in our live room as an alternate monitoring setup for when you can no longer stand sitting next to your bandmates on the couch in the control room. Weird looking baffle over tweeter is an acoustic lens designed to delay high frequencies for time alignment with low frequencies.
These mid-field monitors were industry standard in recording studios in the 70s. 12" woofers really move some air.
A bit flattering. Liars. Set up in our lounge. The Atari 2600 has never sounded so good.
Solid state from late 70's. Overbuilt output transformers offer outputs for 2/4/8/16 ohms. Currently paired with JBL 4320 monitors.
Industry standard in the 80's. Great for exposing flaws in mixes. Very detailed mid-range response. Light in the low-end. We have since replaced the original NS-10M HF drivers with the NS-10M Studio HF drivers for a mellower midrange/HF response. We also removed the tissue paper;)