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Cakewalk MA-7A Stereo Micro Monitor Pair
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The Cakewalk MA-7A Stereo Reference Monitors are the ideal solution for musicians and computer users who demand the best audio quality possible in a very compact space. The MA-7As are extraordinarily small reference speakers, but are capable of producing incredible sound, uncommon for speakers of such a compact size. These monitor speakers are perfect for desktop use, where space is of the utmost consideration.
The MA-7As feature a built-in Bass Enhancer, which operates on psychoacoustic principles that converts low frequencies into a series of overtones the human ear cannot distinguish from the original low frequencies. This allows the listener to perceive bass frequencies outside of the normal range of the speaker cone, without overdriving the woofer. With the Bass Enhancer, the MA-7As provide a strong low-end in a very compact set of reference speakers. In addition the MA-7A monitor speaker's offer a Sub Out port to connect a subwoofer.
The MA-7As offer conveniently placed Volume and Tone controls. Adjust the volume and tone directly from the front of the speaker. While a large studio setup typically uses a mixer to control output level to the speakers, compact desktop setups can rarely afford the space a mixer requires. This is not an issue with these Cakewalk monitors. You can adjust your output volume and tone on the front of the speaker.
You can also connect two different sources directly into the MA-7A speakers, allowing you to listen to audio from any two line-level sources. For example, you can have both your computer and your stereo connected to the MA-7As.
You can also plug headphones directly into the MA-7As. Plugging in headphones automatically mutes the speakers, allowing you to mix without disturbing others, and without having to disconnect anything in your setup.
The MA-7As are also magnetically shielded, allowing you to use them in close proximity to your computer monitor without interference.
- Pair of 7 watt-per-channel powered desktop monitors
- Full-range 90 mm (3-9/16") woofers
- Genuine wood cabinets
- Bass Enhancer DSP using psychoacoustic principles to let you hear low frequencies not normally audible through speakers this size
- Front and rear stereo 1/8" line-in, plus RCA (L/R) inputs—connect two different sources, such as your computer and iPod at the same time
- 1/8" headphone jack
- Volume, bass, treble controls
- Magnetically-shielded to allow use close to your computer monitor and other audio equipment without electronic interference
- Sub woofer output for extended low frequencies
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- Full range: 9 cm/3-9/16" (Magnetically-Shielded)
- right speaker front
- Volume knob
- Bass control knob
- Treble control knob
- Power switch
- Bass enhancer switch
- Power indicator
- Bass enhancer indicator
- Right speaker front
- Headphones out: stereo 1/8"
- Line in (left/right): stereo 1/8"
- Right speaker back
- Line 1 (left/right): stereo 1/8" mini
- Line 2 (left/right): RCA
- Output to left channel: RCA
- Output to subwoofer: RCA
- Left speaker rear
- Left channel input: RCA phono
- Owner's manual
- Speaker cable (RCA phono)
- Conversion cable (stereo mini-RCA)
- Power cord
- Width: 145mm/5-3/4"
- Depth: 187mm/7-3/8"
- Height: 215mm/8-1/2"
- Weight: 3.3 kg/7lb. 5 oz
- Width: 145 mm/5-3/4"
- Depth: 194 mm/7-11/16"
- Height: 215 mm/8-1/2"
- Weight: 1.8 kg/4 lbs
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I experienced the same problem with the bass boost. Every time it was on it was buzzy and cracked. It even did it while it was off sometimes, like when the note D (or a harmony of it) was played. It also gave off buzzing sounds when plugged in. Wouldn't recommend.
Monitors are pretty good if you have a dedicated subwoofer to go with it. Otherwise, the bass boost function is absolutely horrible. The bass boost function is on by default whenever it is first turned on, and unless the volume is all the way off, a very unpleasant buzz will accompany turning it on. The Monitors also give off a faint buzz when turned off, but still connected to a power source. I would not recommend these monitors.