Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Thouston, Oct 13, 2017.
But you’re on the internet. How do you not have access to YouTube? It’s free!
I’ll be testing the speakers with my current system, which is a CD player.
I’m not sure how I would test them with YouTube audio? Is this done via streaming?
Your internet isn’t hooked-up to your stereo? That’s where all the audio is.
No, my hi fi setup is CD only.
I only use YouTube via my laptop or phone.
You’re missing out on the world’s largest selection of music!
Apologies for my ignorance, but what is that lead pictured? HDMI?
Obviously YouTube is a great resource, but I thought that videos aren’t usually in premium audio quality?
I wouldn't apologies to someone that thinks youtube audio at 126 kbps AAC in an MP4 container is a good way to audition speakers.
I’m going to use the 2009 remaster of Abbey Road, maybe some Lennon, Pink Floyd and Queen.
Just finished my demo of the 300s. I was able to AB between them and my current Mordaunt Shorts.
Definitely a subtler improvement playing some Beatles stuff to, say, Off The Wall by Michael Jackson, but i was particularly impressed playing I’v Got A Feeling from the Let It Be album.
Now to decide whether to buy or not.
For what it's worth; I love mine. I think they are impossible to beat for the money.
I’m tempted! My issue is I have a surround set up, so by replacing the fronts I’d want to replace the rears and centre too. I demo’d those too, but mainly focused on the 300s and stereo listening. They certainly opened up the music more on the tracks I played.
Did you demo any other speakers before you bought the Monitor Audios?
Tannoy Revolution xt8f, Tekton Impacts, Kef LS50, MA Silver 8's, MA Silver 6's.
I bought the Kef LS50 for my office system.
Thanks for the info.
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