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5.2 out of 10

M-Audio Studiophile AV 20

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Overall 2

Terrible, broken product

Ceyos, CNET
5 days ago
  • Summary: I have had these for two years, in that time I have used them for a total of 2 hours. In that two hours it sounded like a muffled engine while trying to reference any form of bass through them but I could pass over that if the treble and sounds running in high pass sounded clean and easy to differentiate, but they don't. If you go past 2 on the volume, they both get tremendous amounts of static.
  • Pros: Havn't found one
  • Cons: Bad sound, poor quality parts
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Overall 2

Not worth the money

chemmoo, CNET
12 August 2013
  • Summary: I own this speakers for my desktop 3 years ago, noticeable static noise from day one, and getting worse and worse. also, a very loud explode sound when turn it on or off.
  • Pros: Compact, easy to use, fancy look,cheap
  • Cons: Bad capacitor, Low quality components
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Overall 10

Good for one major purpose

Kn0w-01, CNET
10 September 2012
  • Summary: I don't think people got the point of these speakers. They are reference monitor speakers. When your doing professional audio mixing, you need to do what is called A/Bing speakers (as in A/B: Speakers A and Speakers B). This is where you go between different sets of speakers to get your mix to sound the same on all/most of them.
  • Pros: Weak bass response/, Good for A/Bing mixes., Good frequency response in mid/upper range.
  • Cons: Not good for general purpose speakers.
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