M-Audio Studiophile AV 40 Computer Speaker Systems

Studiophile AV 40

The compact Studiophile™ AV 40 powered speakers deliver the same proven M-Audio technology favored by top producers, recording engineers and musicians around the world. The combination of 4” polypropylene-coated drivers and 3/4” ferrofluid-cooled silk dome tweeters provides punchy lows, crisp highs and a balanced, uncolored response. Custom cabinets with dense wood construction deliver more accurate bass response than you could ever get from plastic multimedia speakers. And for the highest possible fidelity, the Studiophile AV 40 speakers also feature OptImage III wave-guide technology and a 20 watt-per-channel internal amplifier that utilizes Class A/B architecture. The Studiophile AV 40 reference monitors are the perfect solution for traveling musicians or anyone who wants top-notch sound from their desktop multimedia system.

User Reviews (1)

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erickcid   Audio Enthusiast [Dec 14, 2009]

I paid $150 for these speakers. I have paid a lot more than that for speakers (thousands). These are embarrassing to some audiophile speakers. Clean, loud, attractive, and flexible. I don't know listen to them, they are uber. If you are looking for speakers for your computer before you buy anything at your local electronics store, find a music store that has these in and listen, please. At the very least listen to "pro" gear in your budget. I can't tell you what a fool I feel for wasting money on audiophile labelled gear before moving on to "pro" gear found in music stores. Value for dollar is incomparable. List price is $200, easily had for less, putting them in the same range as lots of speaker from creative labs, logitech, etc; all fine speakers, but no match for these, no match.

I gave them 4 stars overall only because better speakers do exist on earth. Criticism, negatives? They don't deserve any, not at $150. Crank the volume to max with no music playing and you hear nothing, just silence, they are just great. Three inputs, headphone jack, front volume. Ok, just remembered there is some criticism, when using headphones connected to the headphone jack the speaker still sound when cranked up, not loudly, but they are not 100% muted, at low volume setting on the speaker, the one with the amp in it (left channel) is louder than the other.

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