ok ok ramses got it. You're the boss here. I am out now, except for issues with my RME devices...
Sorry, but that's really not the point. I respected your expertise, your personal opinions and experiences, and just set them against my experiences, nothing more.
In an open discussion there is discussion, that's the way it is. I tolerate that, but you should please also do.
I think you sometimes forget a bit that the two people looking for advice here are not studio people and are not looking for monitors for studio work and a studio environment.
They probably don't need an absolutely neutral monitor, just because it doesn't fit our usual listening habits.
With the KH310, I was still able to assume that after a bit of EQing, this monitor could possibly be moved into the right direction for their listening purposes, because of the good capabilities of the monitor.
But when you mentioned the KH120 (which I also tested at Musicstore and at home) I couldn't help but contradict you. For pure studio work this monitor is perhaps a little (because affordable) dream for some people, but IMHO not for listening to music. Some things can't be controlled with the monitor by EQing. Compared to other monitors I know, it just doesn't conjure up a nice stage.
The KH120 just doesn't have the depth of the coaxial systems from KS Digital or Geithain. There are better monitors available. And if you already have a budget of €2000 per monitor, then you can confidently forget the little Neumann for these purposes in my personal opinion.
But as I said, the topic is also very subjective and at the end of the day it could also be that the two guys suddenly find something completely different compared to what we suggested. I can live with it very well and therefore emphasize again and again, please hear for yourself and make your own experiences.
It would be very friendly if you would reconsider your point of view. I just want to help them as much as you do, nothing more.
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