This is a dead issue--unless you have CRT monitors, which I don't think
anyone does anymore (except me).
Shielding in this instance refers to MAGNETIC shielding so that the
magnets in the speakers don't affect the deflection of a TV set or
computer monitor. LCD monitors don't care. It's also generally a "right
next to" issue even with the CRT monitors. A few feet makes it go away
On 2012-06-06 9:39 PM, Grant, Tyra wrote:
> One question: the Genelecs are supposed to be shielded and the Mackies
> don't seem to be. We weren't sure---could this be a significant factor or
> is it just something that sounds good but in fact not worth all that much
> more in practical terms?
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