M-Audio's latest budget monitors punch way above their weight.
M-Audio’s aim for the BX5 D2 was to make a studio monitor that’s compact but doesn’t compromise on sound. Have they succeeded?
Built-in DSP extends the flexibility and usefulness of these capable speakers.
With their latest monitor design, M-Audio are aiming higher than ever before. We put the EX66 to the test...
M-Audio's desktop active monitors offer magnetic shielding and a smooth mid-range sound.
The dome of the tweeter on one of my M-Audio Studiophile BX5 monitors has somehow got pushed inwards. Does this cause permanent damage? If it's advisable, how should I go about pulling it back out?
M-Audio's first foray into active nearfield monitors is certainly extremely affordable, but could it be a false economy for the home recordist?
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