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Edirol MA-10DBK Digital Stereo Micro Monitor Pair
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Listen to any source-”analog or digital--through the compact powered Edirol MA-10DBK Digital Stereo Micro Monitor Pair. Connect digital sources such ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Impressive performance from a very small package.
Listen to any source-”analog or digital--through the compact powered Edirol MA-10DBK Digital Stereo Micro Monitor Pair. Connect digital sources such as computers, MP3 players, MiniDiscs, DAT machines, CD players, and cassette decks. High-resolution 24-bit/96kHz D/A converters provide great detail and impressive dynamics. 20W stereo amplifier powers both monitors. 2-way bass-reflex enclosure. RCA plus optical/coaxial S/PDIF input jacks. Black wood-grained finish. Headphone jack.
- Listen to any source”analog or digital
- High-resolution 24-bit/96kHz D/A converters provide great detail and impressive dynamics
- 20W stereo amplifier powers both monitors
- 2-way bass-reflex enclosure
- RCA plus optical/coaxial S/PDIF input jacks
- Black wood-grained finish
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I use these for studio monitor use directly from Korg D1600v40 digital mixer. They work ok, but I think I will be upgrading to something bigger soon. But for small studio use, a good value and a decent sound.
After failed attempts to get a true sound out of desktop speakers and headphones, I purchased these monitors. Whatever kind of song I record and/or mix using these monitors is pretty much how I want it to sound when I listen to the final product out of home/car stereos and headphones. I'm sure larger and more expensive monitors sound better, but for their price and compact size, they're great. They have both analog and digital options for hooking them up, and you can turn them up really loud before you hear the faintest hint of distortion.
This is my first pair of monitors and they sound pretty good to me. I have actually played dozen of different songs with these and they sound great. The bring the best out of my headphones and other speakers. Anxious to start working with these things actually laying down tracks and mixing them.
I can say that I have right now is the Edirol MA-10D and they really sound great for the price. I mean I was supprised that they go down as low as 45hz. I never seen any monitors that sound this great for the price. The freq response is from 45hz to 35kHz -2db. These monitors are very flat response too. They have punchy bass and little boomy bass. The mids are very clear and not too much. The highs are very smooth and crisp too. I am supprised that I actualy heard everything that is recorded on my CD's and MD's too. You would normaly think that a speaker this size would have tons of mid range sounds but that's not true these monitors really do balance out the sound well.
As a musician and songwriter, I have been in a studio before using professional monitors, and because we didn't pay enough attention during mastering, the work still sounded muddy when we finished. This goes to show you that there is no sense in dropping five bigs ones for a set of monitors if you are an entry or even mid level recording artist, or simply building a small home studio. These are great basic monitors, all you need and nothing more. The bass level is good, mids are great and highs are not bad. Though I haven't worked with many monitors as a novice, these were surprisingly solid quality for the price, which is exactly why I recommend them to any novice or intermediate recording artist.
I recently bought these moniters, and I think that they perform awesomely. I do not have much money to spend at all, but I was surprised at how I picked out something that works as well as these do. If you need moniters, and you don't have too much money, buy these rather than anything cheaper.