Originally Posted by RFJ
I just watched the video on their site that shows first reactions and yeah a promo video is going to be, well a promo video, but man it sure did the trick because I'm pretty impressed.
The main concern I'd have though would be that you're monitoring, and makind decisions, on something that the average consumer will never be able to reproduce.
thats a good point, and definitely something to keep in mind. I think because it represents down to what..20 hz or something, id want to have my master high passed to keep it up within what is realistic for others listening to your music. Also, I think it is only a matter of learning how the subpac relates to music you already know well. Like with any monitoring source, we are really good at adapting and learning how things should sound on each new source after a long enough time listening.
I thought my DT990's were TOO bright when i first got them, and they certainly are on the bright side, but now when I produce on them, the music I make translates very well on to other systems, because I know them extremely well. So now I welcome that detail in the upper end