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  • Comparison between Arx A1b and Swans M200MKIII

    Would it be possible for anyone to compare the Arx A1b and Swans M200MKIII? My music preferences lean towards folk, acoustic, alternative-type music, with a preference for male voices and guitar music. Am interested in purchasing one of these speaker systems. Am just contemplating which would have the better overall sound quality. Thanks!
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    Originally posted by jackdcuna View Post
    Would it be possible for anyone to compare the Arx A1b and Swans M200MKIII? My music preferences lean towards folk, acoustic, alternative-type music, with a preference for male voices and guitar music. Am interested in purchasing one of these speaker systems. Am just contemplating which would have the better overall sound quality. Thanks!
    At first look the two models are in the same acoustical category - both are 5.25"-based 2-ways. Net internal volume is also similar, giving them similar bass extension. There the similarity stops.

    The Split-Gapped A1rx-c can move twice the air in the bass, and its design allows it to be used in much bigger venues. The M200MkIII is a studio monitor, and has the nearfield sound you'll prefer in a smaller setting.

    Basically the comparison comes down to how you'll use the speaker. The A1rx-c is a main channel stand monitor for a usual room size, and the M200MkIII is a desktop system.

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