Genelec say so. They say that the entire range has the same sound signature, making it possible, for instance, to replace one of a pair, and still have a matched pair. The difference between models is in how low they go and how loud they go.
Oh BTW, JBL LSR308 is amaze-balls. Destroys any equivalently priced monitor from Yamaha, KRK and the likes. I wouldn't be surprised if it took down some opposition in the 4 figures either. Definitely not a "mini" monitor though
Does anyone have an opinion on the Focal Solo/Twin 6? I'm looking to get a nice pair of studio monitors with the intent of using them to improve (or flat out fix) the EQ on my needledrops of old/poorly mastered latin recordings.My room is pretty small; the speakers will be up against a wall with the opposite wall about 9 ft away and my seating distance will be about 4ft from the speakers. I live in a condo so performance/resolution at moderate volume is important to me.
Ordered a pair of Opals + stands from a Canadian distributor. My room is completely untreated (and small :/) so I guess step one is to figure out how bad it is and then order up appropriate acoustic treatments. Looking forward to it! I've been using some Boston Acoustics computer monitors from circa 2003 as my speaker setup in this room so this will be just a weeeeeeee step up