Event PS8 monitors

Discussion in 'Cakewalk' started by BobF, Dec 22, 2007.

  1. BobF

    BobF Guest

    I'm thinking about selling mine. Not sure yet. I don't even know what a
    fair price would be. I paid $330/ea for them 5 or 6 years ago.

    I checked ebay and didn't see any with prices. Any opinions on how much
    they're worth?
     
    BobF, Dec 22, 2007
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  2. BobF

    BobF Guest

    "Nil" <> wrote in message
    news:Xns9A0EB2D6DD5F9nilch1@216.196.97.136...
    > On 22 Dec 2007, "BobF" <> wrote in
    > cakewalk.audio:
    >
    >> I'm thinking about selling mine. Not sure yet. I don't even know
    >> what a fair price would be. I paid $330/ea for them 5 or 6 years
    >> ago.
    >>
    >> I checked ebay and didn't see any with prices. Any opinions on
    >> how much they're worth?

    >
    > I'm in the market for some monitors. If you decide to sell and you're
    > willing to ship, please keep me in mind. Me email address above is
    > valid if you remove the obvious spam-foiler.


    Thanks. I'll let you know what I come up with.
     
    BobF, Dec 23, 2007
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  3. BobF

    BobF Guest

    > Ted Perlman wrote:
    > <I'm thinking about selling mine>
    >
    > Are they the Precision 8's? I have the Precision 6's and they are
    > fantastic! The song from the #1 CD of "The 5 Browns" I recently worked on
    > was mixed on Yamaha NS10's and my Event Precision 6's. I never used my
    > Mackie 824's again after I got the Events.
    >


    Nope, these are the "Project Studio" PS8's
     
    BobF, Dec 23, 2007
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  4. BobF

    Monty Parts Guest

    Ted Perlman wrote:
    >
    > I think anybody who does a mix and doesn't use Yamaha NS10's is being
    > foolish.



    And I think blanket statements like this are worse than foolish. It is
    the worse form of misleading information coming from someone who should
    know better.
     
    Monty Parts, Dec 27, 2007
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