Must be bloody nice handles!
very LOUD (80W each)
Whenever I see "accurate" speakers with side-firing drivers, I get suspicious. As soon as you point speakers away from the listener, the sound becomes highly dependent on the room.
I like the looks of those! I have some ELAC home theater speakers that place the tweeter in the center of the woofer/mid and they sound fantastic for the money. Instead of coaxial I think they refer to the design as concentric.I use these one
I have always been happy with them, and I only play with them at home. I am really surprised not to see more reviews and/or people using them with their Axe FX II or other modeler
They sound great in my opinion, they are pretty cheap, very LOUD (80W each) for a bedroom player like me, and with coaxial speakers it doesn't really matter where I am standing in the room.
Perfect for playing with my axe FX II and backtracks.
I don't say I could play with a band (it is not the goal of such monitors, but they are loud enough for you not be able to stay into the room without ear protection !
(they are already very big, heavy, and they take a lot of place on a desk).
They are a fantastic compromise for people like me.
The essential is to be happy with our purchase for our needs.
This is my case , also everything is fine !
thanks for your comment.
I am personally not a specialist of loud and loudness.
For a guy like me with a normal family life, very loud is when your own wife is ready to call the police to organise some admission into a psychiatric clinic.
Intended that with 102 db you are already destroying your ears and those of your wife/kids, this is what I may call "very loud"
Of course there is a lot of studio monitors and amplifier a lot louder.
other said, they are already plenty loud to have problems with your wife and/our neighbours if you live in an appartment.
I typically use them at -6db on the slider and output knob on my Axe FX at about 9 o'clock (preset at about 0db with the Axe FX II VU meter). It is totally loud enough for playing in a room.
Like listening a CD on an hifi device at a nice but reasonable volume.