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IKEY M-606 V2 Active Studio Monitor
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The redesigned iKEY M-606 active studio monitor takes value-priced monitors to a new performance level. Including all the dynamics of the original M-...Read More
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Active studio monitors take value-priced monitors to a new performance level.
The redesigned iKEY M-606 active studio monitor takes value-priced monitors to a new performance level. Including all the dynamics of the original M-Series the MV2 Series monitor features a refined sleek design inside and out that provides for better monitoring accuracy.
Designed for class and built for power and precision, the MV2 Series monitor speaker easily produces a crisp and extensive range of frequencies, perfect for professional studios seeking versatile monitors. From small mixing environments to multichannel surround sound setups, this monitor speaker provides a truly professional level of accuracy, sonic clarity and transparency, giving you the ultimate combination of full range monitoring.
- 65W + 25W Bi-amplified power
- 6.5" red woven glass aramid composite woofer
- 1'' soft-dome tweeter
- XLR/TRS/RCA connectors for superior connectivity options
- Slotted port for reduced distortion
- Attractive design with rounded edges
- Magnetically shielded
- Volume Control
- HF (high frequency) Control
- Power indicator
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M-606 V2 Active Studio Monitor
- Weight: 15.6 lb./7.1kgs
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 8.5" x 12.5" x 10.25", (216 x 318 x 260 mm)
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Comments about iKEY M-606 V2 Active Studio Monitor:
I've had my pair of 606s for several months now and found that they've satisfied my needs just fine. They translate the frequencies in a mix very well without coloring the sound. For the amount of features you get and the quality of construction, they're worth a listen. If you want a clean interpretation of audio then this is probably as close as your going to get for the money.