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Todd Simpson
post Jul 30 2019, 01:18 AM
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I just got my EVE AUDIO sc203 from Berlin. They sound amazing. I'm starting them off just trying them with some Game titles that I know how that they should sound. So far, they sound just perfect. I'm trying with a new game as well. WOLFENSTEIN THE NEW BLOOD. I'm stunned how tight and clear these are. Also, for their size an amazing quality of Bass. Very tight and focused. They have a passive radiator instead of a port so there is not bass warble that you sometimes get with a port. It's shockingly accurate. They have a Optical input port so I"m going direct from the PS4 to the EVE. I'll keep testing but i wanted to share how impressed I am with these. They are the most expensive monitors I've ever purchased so I had pretty high expectations. They remind me a LOT of the ADAM 7x. However, these only have a 3 inch woofer and the passive radiator on back. Which is pretty impressive to have the same characteristics of a much larger speaker. The tweeter is my fave part. Reminds me of the adam. This company was started by the guy that started adam so it makes sense. Anyone else tried the EVE Audio?

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Nothing beats a FPS for trying a new pair of speakers smile.gif I've got these cranked to full volume and zero distortion.


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post Jul 30 2019, 12:19 PM
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Congrats! smile.gif

...but don't crank them right out of the box using machine gun fire biggrin.gif start with softer transients like music, let the woofer find its flexibility a bit smile.gif


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Todd Simpson
post Jul 31 2019, 05:17 AM
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I switched to using the USB connection to connect to a laptop today and they auto recognized without any drivers which was handy. tried youtube/spotify it all sounded great. These are very small speakers and I'm shocked and how good and precise the bass reproduction is. I've not had speakers with a passive radiator before. I really like the tweeter as well. I've only had soft done tweeters befor this. This type of tweeter has a bit more "air' than my soft dome tweeters. These could fit in a backpack. Add this to a laptop and you could actually do real mixing on the road, in a hotel etc. I don't trust headphones for mixing. It messes with the stereo image too much. These are the first small format speakers I think I'd actually trust. Next up is the mixing / mastering test with some songs I'm doing for a buddy in L.A. for his band ANTI-M.

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Congrats! smile.gif

...but don't crank them right out of the box using machine gun fire biggrin.gif start with softer transients like music, let the woofer find its flexibility a bit smile.gif
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post Jul 31 2019, 10:44 PM
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If it performs as badass as it looks... Impressive piece of eq!

How do you like the game? My friends who played Youngblood say it's okay but the AI could use some improvements for the price tag it has.


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post Aug 1 2019, 12:02 AM
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These little speakers sound very big. I can't believe how good the bass response is considering they are so small. Both could fit in a backpack. Game audio was great. I playeh through youngblood in a couple of nights. It was great fun. I rent games so as they are just too expensive to buy. If it costs more than a tube screamer, I'm not buying it smile.gif Game rentals here are about $3 per night.

Here is the first hour of game play, it starts on a big blimp!



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How do you like the game? My friends who played Youngblood say it's okay but the AI could use some improvements for the price tag it has.
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post Aug 1 2019, 12:55 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Aug 1 2019, 12:02 AM) *
These little speakers sound very big. I can't believe how good the bass response is considering they are so small. Both could fit in a backpack. Game audio was great. I playeh through youngblood in a couple of nights. It was great fun. I rent games so as they are just too expensive to buy. If it costs more than a tube screamer, I'm not buying it smile.gif Game rentals here are about $3 per night.

Here is the first hour of game play, it starts on a big blimp!


I like how you use a Tubescreamer as the marker biggrin.gif


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post Aug 2 2019, 01:52 AM
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