Excerpt: Avid's M-Audio subsidiary recently updated its popular AV 40 powered speakers, but you wouldn't know it from the company's website. Some retail outlets are referring to it as the "AV 40 mkII" or, simply, the "new version," but M-Audio didn't give it a new model number, and instead refers to the new...
Excerpt: I bought these because I am just starting out and they really fit my budget. These aren't bookshelf speakers for your dorm room or home theater. They're "near field" speakers, which project high-fidelity audio in a very small, focused direction.
Excellent value for money, a top of the range set of speaker worth every penny.
8 June 2012
Excerpt: As a complete music lover these speakers are worth every penny, I luckily managed to find mine priced at £120 so if you're looking for a set of bargain speakers to use with your computer then these aren't the speakers for you, you might as well start looking elsewhere.
Excerpt: M-Audio is well known across the globe for creating amazing value audio equipment, and these audio monitors continue to please customers. The AV40's are the largest in the range. M-Audio offer two smaller sizes, the AV30 and the AV20.
Excerpt: I purchased these speakers after reading a couple of reviews, and I have to say that as an owner of quite a few pieces of high quality audio components by Adcom, ADS, Polk Audio, Yamaha, Onkyo etc, these speakers sound at least 4 times larger than their size.
Excerpt: With speakers and other music-related products, money needs to be spent to get good quality. Speakers need to have a good range of high, mid-range and low pitches which can be distinctly identified by the listener. This is exactly what these speakers provide.
Excerpt: These speakers are simply amazing. I am not an audiophile or any sort of sound expert, but I am in love with these speakers. The M-Audio AV40 has a nice solid build and has 4-inch polypropylene-coated drivers with 3/4-inch ferrofluid-cooled silk dome tweeters.