Reviews and Problems with M-Audio Studiophile AV 30
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What you save in $ you will pay for in repair a year down the line
5 March 2015
Summary: I've read the bad reviews about these speakers but I ordered them anyway and yes, after a year of normal use, the main power speaker cuts in and out. I've found a solution if you're comfortable taking apart the unit. Get some contact cleaner, unplug from the outlet and take apart the speaker.
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...
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!
Summary: The AV 40 has a sonic signature similar to the larger M-Audio BX5: neutral and balanced but with less power and bass reach. Compared to typical computer speakers, the AV 40 are a little understated but that's because they lack bass bloat and exaggerated highs.
Excellent, solid sounding speaker, especially in this price range!
Mark A Schneider, Amazon
25 July 2014
Summary: If you're looking for a solid audio upgrade for your computer speakers, these are an excellent choice (especially in this price range). They are well built with separate audiophile quality tweeters and mid-range 4" cones, and have plenty of clean power to run loud enough to enjoy in a large room...
Summary: I produce electronic music and master all music in general, and these speakers were exactly what I needed. They are small and sleek, but provide the volume and sound quality that are needed to produce and mix music of all kinds. Here are my thoughts. Pros: + Great sound quality.
Summary: I bought these with the intention of using them to process my Celtic blues folkabilly music on the road. I've recorded a lot of music in a lot of places, and have a pair of Yamaha NSM-10s and MSP5s for reference, as well as a pair of hefty JBL 4411s for final processing.