Reviews and Problems with M-Audio Studiophile AV 30
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Yet another died-just-outside-of-warranty pair of AV40s
Michael Harris, Amazon
19 February 2015
Summary: 14 months after purchase, saw that the speakers wouldn't power on. Turns out that one of the two large capacitors blew, gooped itself all over the circuit board, and left a large scorched section on the backside of the circuit and inside wall.
Summary: They sound great for what they are, are very competitively priced, require very little knowledge to setup, and look attractive. I actually got these for their bigger brother because they fit my size constraints betters and really don't feel like I'm missing out on anything since if I wanted great...
Summary: They're good for the price. Perfect way to start actually. My brother wants these from me lol. They are very clear, but if you're looking for deep bass then this isn't quite you. However, it does have decent bass and it's not hard to deal with at all. I like these alot.
These speakers hook up really easily with the supplied rca to 3
30 October 2014
Summary: These speakers hook up really easily with the supplied rca to 3.5 mm jack. They have a lot of mid bass that makes them sound a bit muffled but I think when I hook them to my mixer I can correct that issue. Low bass is Not really an option with these.
Summary: Great pair of desktop speakers. They produce a perfect balance of clear, crisp sound. No matter how high I turn them up, they never sound over modulated. The only problem is that the sound doesn't get quite as loud as I'd like. I'm sure my neighbors appreciate that, though.
Small, Accurate, and Crystal Clear, This will bring new life to your music!
Karen Marie Kreider, Amazon
21 August 2014
Summary: I Upgraded from my old setup which was a SONY-MHC EC55, these are pretty old speakers and they packed a punch but they were big and bulky and distorted most of my music at times, but as soon as I unboxed these and hooked them up, (extremely easy to set up) They sounded amazing!