CBC/Radio CanadaADAM Users
Berlin, June 2, 2010
Good things come to those who wait: It has taken a long time for the flagship room at CBC/Radio Canada to be finished. Zenon Schoepe has visited Montreal and reports in the May/June edition of resolution on the new facility:
“Monitoring was a crucial concern and the team had gone to a lot of trouble to compare and audition different brands. ‘We blind tested our engineers and they all liked the sound of the ADAMs. It’s more natural,’ says Alain Chenier (Chief Technician) who adds that other brands had seemed to work well in the studio but did not translate into the living rooms of the listeners. The main system, in what is a spectacularly spacious and airy control room with a remarkably low noise floor, is five flush-mounted ADAM S6X monitors.
‘The image is really, really good and it’s a wide sweet spot because of the ribbon tweeter’, states engineer Guy Charbonneau. ‘The best thing about these big speakers is you can work eight hours and you’re not really tired at the end,’ adds Alain.”
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