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Edirol MA-7A Stereo Micro Monitors
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The MA-7A Reference Speakers are the ideal solution for musicians and computer users who must have the best audio quality possible in a very confined...Read More
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Commanding performance with a tiny footprint.
The MA-7A Reference Speakers are the ideal solution for musicians and computer users who must have the best audio quality possible in a very confined space. They are extraordinarily small reference speakers, yet are capable of producing incredible sound.
The MA-7A has a built-in bass enhancer that operates on psychoacoustic principles. It converts low frequencies into a series of overtones that the human ear cannot distinguish from the original low frequencies. Thus you don't overdrive the speaker yet hear bass frequencies that are outside its normal range. If you need more low end, the MA-7A offers a sub-out jack for connection to a subwoofer.
The MA-7A offers conveniently placed volume and tone controls on the speaker's front panel. You can also connect 2 different sources directly into the MA-7A, such as your computer and your stereo, so can hear either source without switching cables.
You can also plug headphones directly into the MA-7A. Plugging in headphones automatically defeats the speakers, allowing you to monitor without disturbing anyone.
The MA-7As are magnetically shielded for close proximity to your computer monitor.
- Bass Enhancer
- Front-accessible volume and tone control
- Subwoofer output port for bass boost
- 7W per channel desktop monitor (pair)
- 76mm (3") full-range speaker
- Bass-reflex enclosure
- 2 independent source input: 1/8" line and RCA Line (L/R)
- 1/8" headphones port
MA-7A Stereo Micro Monitors
- Rated Power Output
7 Watts + 7 Watts (Pair)
92 mm (3.5 ") full-range speaker, bass-reflex enclosure (Magnetically Shielded)
Nominal Input Level
Line: -10 dBu
Stereo: -10 dBu
Front: PHONES Jack
(stereo miniature phone type)
LINE 1 Jack (stereo miniature phone type)
LINE 2 Jacks (L, R) (RCA phono type)
L Channel Output Jack (RCA phono type)
Sub Output Jack (RCA phono type
BASS Control Knob
TREBLE Control Knob
Bass Enhancer (Three Way Switch)
Rear: L Channel Input Jack
(RCA phono type)
1 way Bass-reflex type (Wooden Cabinet)
AC 117 V
Left speaker: 5-3/4"W x 8-1//2"H x 7-7/16"D
Right speaker: 5-3/4"W x 8-1/2"H x 7-11/16"D
3.3kg / 7lbs 5oz
1.8kg / 4 lbs
(stereo miniature phone type
RCA phono type)
Speaker Cable (RCA phono type)
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I don't like or use the BASS BOOST. I record, mix and master using these and they work VERY GOOD. These monitors have Bass and Treble control, this should be used to get the sound just right, I have mine the Treble full and the Bass at like 93%... and I only use the Bass Boost to verify the mix (make sure its not extremely bassy with the bass boost)... They look very nice with the wooden sides, and really for the price, it's just wonderful
After about 3 months I get a "rumble" when the bass boost is on (default). Every now and then I get "noise". Otherwise great - just not great Monitors!
If you want decent speakers to listen to music or for your computer, these are ok. The big problem is that if you are using them for mixing forget it. When you play your mix in the car or on another stereo it sounds nothing like the way it did on these speakers. It's like trying to play your guitar with mittens on. I got tired of wasting CD-r disks & dumped these turkeys for something decent, (but not much more expensive). I now use these to plug my I-pod into when I'm working in the basement.
I have had these monitors for about 3 years now, and I can't complain; they have served me well. They are great for the bedroom studio, or someone who doesn't have much space. They have decent volume, but at higher volumes, you will notice some of the lows to get distorted easily. But at lower volumes they work just fine. These are a great first step in the world of monitors, but if you have the space and can afford more, do it. Perfect for a small room though.
eh, I don't know, I'm not an audiophile, but these have worked decently for my home recording project.Definitely worth what you pay for em (which isn't much), but if you need really accurate monitoring across the spectrum you would have to spend more. But if you're like me, recording a 5 piece band in your bedroom, it does the job on the cheap.