Eve Audio SC307 Review
Short description and intro for Eve Audio SC307 Speakers.
For such a new firm, EVE has a huge selection of monitors. Of the 12 sets from the series, the SC307 stays down two models from the biggest, the four-way SC408. And will be the larger of both three ways from the line.
If you followed any other reviews on their speakers, you should know that EVE is the newest firm of ex-ADAM CEO and designer Roland Stenz.
“The 307s are beautifully constructed with pleasing and warm texture”
The front panel is simple with its two symmetrical 6.5-inch drivers. Both central ribbon tweeter and multi-function DSP control. The bass ports are all on the back of the speaker. Along with all the audio and power connectors, with the 3 dip switches for extra DSP control.
The Eve Audio SC307 also makes use of the proprietary AMT RS2 tweeter, which uses a larger front plate. Along with a larger internal magnet to drive the AMT tweeter with increased efficacy. And no worries determining how to put the Eve Audio SC307 on your room or studio correctly. Eve Audio’s DSP section is going to assist you to pick the speaker to get the left and right-hand sides. So you’ll always find proper symmetry between your speakers. Using a DIP switch based on the rear of the speakers, you can set the sound and placement very easily.
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The stereo image is extremely wide, a whole lot more so than other 3 way speakers. The dynamic response is impressive. The ribbon tweeter is more straightforward than Adam’s but very exact, with a wonderful response in the lows. With the 307, you can go with no sub.
In a three-way system, each driver (woofers or even tweeter) has its own amplifier. From the woofers, one functions frequencies up to 300 Hz as a kind of”bass”. The other woofer offers you a wider array as a bass-midrange, up to the 3000 Hz frequency. From this frequency on, the AMT tweeter happens. This minimizes interference between the drivers. Also enables the SC307 to produce a very efficient and dynamic sound transmission.
This design philosophy tells that every speaker can cover certain sections of frequencies and still sound as a whole. This in turn will bring less mechanical inertia along with more efficient noise transmission.
Both woofers have 6.5″ Silverstone, the same that is used in the two-way model (the SC207). Also features a sophisticated low distortion copper cap magnet system. However, on account of the fact both of those woofers are being used simultaneously, you get a bigger frequency response down to 40 Hz.
In end, the 307s really is a nice set of speakers. Sonically they are on the side of warm and smooth. They are ideal for both close and midfield monitoring, and very striking in detail. And undoubtedly, a new favorite among audio workers.
If you ever have a doubt about some particular item, do in-depth research on it, compare statistics with another set of monitors and bring your final decision based on what you are after. Logically put, small speakers go for smaller rooms – bigger speakers mainly for bigger rooms. The 307s are ideal for a medium room such as your home studio. You will gain a loyal partner in solving audio problems and once you get used to them, you will love them even more!
Here is one very good video from EVE Audio themselves on the EVE Audio SC307 speakers. Check it out!
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