Yup, picked me up a pair of HR824's today. Only reason I bought them is the price (we're talking stupid cheap) but I figured they would be ideal as an upgrade from the Eris E8's I have as I am already familiar with what they sound like from past experience with them. Just like the NS10's, you either love 'em or hate 'em and I am quite fond of them. I like working on them with metal and hard rock which is what I'll be doing for my own stuff but they are also great for video work which is reason number 2 for them.
Once I finish building my new client room I'll be able to set them up and run them through their paces.
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