Reviews and Problems with M-Audio Studiophile AV 40
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Amazing speakers with a few drawbacks
18 August 2014
Summary: So I'll start by saying that these studio monitors sound amazing. They produce frequencies of sound that I did not know were present in the music and sounds I was hearing until I played them through these speakers. The bass is full and deep. The middles and highs are crisp and clear.
Summary: I am very pleased with these speakers. I purchase them to use for practicing Play-Along CD's with my Saxophone. They are loud enough and clear enough to hear the background music with no issues at all. Small but very good speakers for the price.
Summary: I read all the reviews and knew I was in for a gamble when I bought these, but I figured the price made it worth it. Even with the two-year warranty at $11 these seemed like a great bang for my buck, so I crossed my fingers and hoped I'd get a good pair.
Summary: I reviewed several different speakers and chose these. I use these for my gaming Laptop- m17x r4. They are connected to an external Sound Blaster Recon3d. The Recon is geared towards gaming and boy these do not disappoint!
Summary: While they worked they sounded larger than they look with a big bottom end (just how I like it), lush, flattering and non-specific; basically, a shameless representation of the major qualities that a "studio monitor" strives to avoid.
Summary: i'm building a home recording studio and these monitors fit nicely into my budget. the sound is super clear and can be turned up pretty loud without distorting. NOTE: i have a subwoofer connected also, the woofers on these are only 4 inches.
Summary: You have got to try these monitor Speakers. The sound will blow you away. it will be like listening to your music for the first time. I am a music producer part time as a hobby. I do home recording all the time. I have not had any decent monitor speakers at home for a while.