The Revamped Event 20 20 BAS Studio Monitors and yes! they are much better than before!
Studio monitors are a musician’s best friend. They help you gauge the quality, pitch, and bass of the music you’re producing. Thus you’re never in doubt about the level of music you’re producing and whether it will be the perfect fit for all types of sound-producing gadgets.
The Event 20 20 BAS studio monitors are an example of this exquisite type of gadget that helps musicians know what kind of music they’re producing. The bass, the lows, and the Mids are pronounced in these studio monitors, and every misstep is enunciated so that you know where the mix is going wrong.
The 20/20 v3 of the BAS studio monitors come with a frequency range of 35Hz-20kHz. The near to perfect sound is generated through a 7.1-inch driver that offers plenty of bass and Mids. A silk dome tweeter, one inch think and cooled with Ferrofluid, is responsible for the highs.
The maximum sound pressure level or SPL stands at 108dB, while on average (long-term), it comes out to be 105dB. It also has a field-canceling magnet to protect it from the interfering CRT monitors. The low-frequency driver or LF driver is a propylene cone filled with mineral and has a 1.5-inch coil assembly.
The woofer’s wattage stands at 120W, while the tweeter is rated at 80W. The two are powered by Class-A/B amplifiers while there is a filter to screens sounds below the 30Hz level. The studio monitors are protected against overheating, short-circuiting, and the cooling is via heat sinks made of aluminum.
The box of the BAS studio monitor is made of medium-density fiberboard material and is sturdy enough to offer long-lasting performance. The box is 375 x 260 x 300 millimeters in dimensions, while it weighs a whopping 17kg.
At the back of the box, you will find the power socket that supports both 115V and 230V power input. The power button resides just above the power socket input. The back of the box also has a heat sink grille and an RCA socket.
Performance-wise, the BAS 20/20 studio monitors are well worth the money. Costing around a thousand dollars, the sound reproduction is true to its nature and conveys the flaws of mixing to the listener. It is apt to be used by music professionals looking to pinpoint the missteps in their mixes.
The highs and the Mids are well pronounced and deliver quality stereo imaging. Meanwhile, the lows aren’t bad either, with the studio monitors offering ample depth while playing the lows. If you compare to some other more expensive monitors, the lows may feel a bit off, but if you’re listening on the BAS 20/20 only, the sound seems normal, and the person gets used to the sound.
Finally, the aesthetics of the BAS 20/20 studio monitors are such that they can grace any environment with their all-black minimalistic design. The front doesn’t have many embellishments, and the soft orange glow adds to the beauty of the monitors.