If you're looking for clarity and accuracy these Dynaudios definitely have it, and with more power and headroom in the amplifier than the BM5A you have a great recipe for accurate monitoring.
Extremely fine speaker. Vocals and midrange tones are excellent. Bass is tight. Great blend of woofer and tweeter, you cannot tell when one begins and the other leaves off. You will probably hear things in your recordings that you have never heard before. Great controls and filters.
These are a fine basis for any 2-5 channel system. You may do better, but not at any sane price. Forget the separate amps, etc. These guys have done it all for you.
Well I guess all the hype about the Dynaudio 6A mkll's has shown me the light! I recently bought a pair and I can tell you I'm completely blown away! I took the time to A/B them against the ADAM A7's and a number of other brands and I was floored by the Dyns. I previously owned the original Mackie HR824's which were pretty decent but the BM 6A mk ll's knock them outta' the box period!. The bottom is exceptional for such a small studio monitor, and the mid-range is excellent. The mixes I do now translate alot better across the board. I completed the package with the Tannoy TS10 sub. Sweet! Go cop a pair...NOW!
Dynaudio BM 6A MKII Review
I've owned these since they were released, what 4+ years there abouts? Like it says on the box "if it's there, you'll hear it"
These things taught me how to treat my room and get fussy about my tone and mixes. The desktop model looks so practical, eh?
Treat yourself to a set of these.