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Dynaudio DBM50


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  • Front baffel tilt for perfect desktop placement
  • Smooth HF waveguide secures optimal near field sweet-spot
  • Handcrafted drivers, legendary Dynaudio craftsmanship
  • Perfect tracking volume tabletop remote control (optional)
  • A 1" high resolution soft dome tweeter delivers pristine high-frequencies
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 17 x 16 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds
  • ASIN: B008COELY2
  • Item model number: 995209011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,774 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 19, 2012

Product Description

Dynaudio's DBM50 Active Desktop Monitor is designed for the way your work. If you do serious work on your desktop, you're painfully aware that there has been a shortage of serious monitors designed specifically for the desktop studio. Dynaudio comes to the rescue with the DBM50 - a cool-looking and amazingly accurate active monitor that doesn't take up a lot of your desk real estate. Thanks to its front baffle tilt and HF waveguide, the DBM50's defined stereo image holds up even a few feet back from the sweet spot - ideal for guitar overdubs. If you record and mix in your DAW on a desktop, you need monitor speakers designed for your desktop studio. Check out the Dynaudio DBM50 Active Desktop Monitors.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David A. Skousen on May 28, 2013
I ordered these monitors and I can say they are not worth the money for me and here is why.

1) The sweet spot is a b*tch to find and stay in. I do have to say once you find the sweet spot the stereo imaging is fantastic, the mids are full & smooth and the bass is tight. The downside is you gotta stay perfectly still in the sweet spot and remember EXACTLY what distance (and place) your chair was from your desk. You totally lose the tight bass if you aren't in that exact spot.

2) Reverb and tails of sounds not "present". This is very noticeable when you hear vocals, and instrumental/orchestral music. They are very two dimensional.

3) The highs are hyped. I tried to fix this by flipping the HP switch down and it hardly helped. I have tinnitus so this was a big downside. My ears fatigued quickly and ringing by the end of the day even when I took breaks all day from listening when I was mixing.

4) They are limited for use on an everyday desktop. The manual says you can lay them sideways on a metered desk or on speaker stands but I called customer service and they discouraged me from doing so. If I ever wanted to use them in a different application than on a desktop, I would have to compromise quality.

I think they work very good for desktop use because I could get the best imaging when the woofers were 2 feet apart in near-field configuration. This gives an advantage if you have very little desktop space. If you don't mind the aggressive highs which some people actually prefer and you don't have ear problems like me, they might be worth checking out.

Another thing if you have tinnitus and problems with ear fatigue you might want to check out the Focal CMS line of monitors.
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Incredible width and smoothness to the sound. These monitors, as with most Dynaudio products, tells the truth in your mixes, but do so beautifully. The construction and finish on these were superb; I'm quite surprised they discontinued the line. An excellent step up from Entry-level monitors. With these in place, I look forward to hearing the results of my work.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sir Jizzington on February 10, 2013
Great monitors. Sound is punchy yet flat and accurate. There is +- 2 db for High mid and low adjustment for equing. Adjust this based on preference and audio setting. Can hear all the bad Equing and clicks in tracks. I couldn't hear these mistakes b4 on rockits, fostex, yahmahas or akais.
the dmb50s dont lie about the sound. If it bass is blown the dyns won't cover it up. Great for making mixes that sound even and Transfer over to any car, house, and computer speakers. Get monitor pads made for music production. Place the pads to place under the speakers. Sound always bounces off a desk or stand, every speaker needs these.
The sleep feature is a huge plus, saves the speakers life span by a ton, every speaker should have this feature.
Bass is not mud and these speakers do not flavor the sound like so many other speakers do. Great tweeter and wide sweet spot. However, if you don't make elecronic bass music you may want to turn the low db by -2.
The only speakers that are better than these cost way more $ like the new genelic 1030a, ks audio, event opal, or 3way dyn audio speakers. If u can't afford the dbm50s then I recommend the new Kirk rockit 6, They are a bit of a step down in price and sound, but it's the next best thing to dyn.
It takes a few days to adjust to any new speaker set up. i adjusted to the dyns quite quickly and im planing on keeping them till the end of time :). If you can't mix on these speakers and keep buying/changing set up to set up you need to Train your ears more. every modern producer needs to learn how to mix in all sorts or different environments.
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4 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Zio Emi on July 6, 2012
I'm interested on this loudspeakers but i cant understand quantity from the product details: this price is for 1 speaker or for both?
Price for both is $1000?
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