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  • Urk BoombleepUrk Boombleep

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 12/11/07 at 07:01
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    Yo!

    I bought these speakers there 6 months, exaspr through my hi-fi chain and my headphones (Sony MDR500) that does not allow me to mix my pieces correctly: Whenever I coutais on monitors with some friends, I went out a notebook, a pen and I noticed that there was anything touch ...

    I bought these Alesis after 2 weeks of research, I hesitated between them and the Prodipe PS5 but many opinions related to me a lack of bass on Prodipe; As data I am mostly full of the big bass electro (Drum'n Bass, Jungle, DubStep) I opt for Alesis, I think 200.

    It is true that paper characteristics are allchantes, and the price is good for what it is; so I put 7.

    SONORITS

    L is not the same: 6 mo…
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    Yo!

    I bought these speakers there 6 months, exaspr through my hi-fi chain and my headphones (Sony MDR500) that does not allow me to mix my pieces correctly: Whenever I coutais on monitors with some friends, I went out a notebook, a pen and I noticed that there was anything touch ...

    I bought these Alesis after 2 weeks of research, I hesitated between them and the Prodipe PS5 but many opinions related to me a lack of bass on Prodipe; As data I am mostly full of the big bass electro (Drum'n Bass, Jungle, DubStep) I opt for Alesis, I think 200.

    It is true that paper characteristics are allchantes, and the price is good for what it is; so I put 7.

    SONORITS

    L is not the same: 6 months that I have, and already I start to tell me that shit then, if I had I would have hardly expected to put 100 more in addition srieux monitors ... Certainly, all i was crazy when installing, nothing to do with the sound of my hifi chain; but now that I got accustomed to it's true that it's a bit hard to spend hours a mixdown to realize that there still gaps on monitors or even the cha hi-fi nes which I rcoute my songs, among friends ...
    For example, my last bit sounds perfectly on my Alesis, and when I listening to my chain, or that of a friend (a Sony not too dgueulasse), we only hear screaming treble (j'xagre voluntarily). And the PS8 Prodipe of a friend, it's downright dbandade the ...

    Certainly I exagre a bit, but I'm picky, and they are "only" 200 pregnant ... But compared to the humming of the manual and technical paper promises, we dchante a bit ...

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    In 6 months, I must admit I did Interim progress of these small speakers thanks standards and to this point I do not regret my purchase.
    But now that I am aware of their flaws, I ask myself: is it mandatory that pregnant 200 have gaps like the Alesis, or is it that these are REALLY M1 Active 520:
    - Poor bottom mdiums
    - Too high in acute
    - Produce a blast, even low volume
    - Not very practical rgler (volume knobs to the rear could be crants)

    In short, a lot of minor complaints overall, but additionns, make me understand the very lev took some monitors. While these Alesis make good service, and it was imperative to invest the inside rather than continue with my hi-fi chain, but one day, when I have more money, I will invest in "real" monitors, it is indispensable.
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  • cyrbcyrb

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 08/21/13 at 11:42
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    I sought SPEAKER ACTIVE ... THE SELLER OF THE TIME WAS THEREFORE RECOMMENDED Me ... BAD CHOICE. THE NEXT, I REQUEST TO TEST ...

    SOUNDS

    HUM .. MUST NOT EVIL hacks FINDING THE RIGHT OFFER ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I HAVE USED FOR MORE THAN A YEAR AND I WORK ON DIS AS IT TAKES OTHER PRIORITIES OF PURCHASE BUT GOOD, I RALE STILL NOT BAD .. PRICE LEVEL IS TRUE THAT IS CORRECT BUT AS IT IS SAID .. ALWAYS ON IN FOR HIS MONEY.
  • AustynmusiqueAustynmusique

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 05/27/13 at 04:57
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    I was looking for a good quality / price for my first monitor speakers for listening use and (especially) Mao report. They are connected to my soundcard output Edirol Ua 101.

    SOUNDS

    As indicated above, it is my first.
    The curve is not totally neutral, I hesitated a long time reading reviews recurring lack of upper midrange. Surprise to find my comfort listening, I, on the EQUAL back speakers, even the lower medium. (Maybe a matter of taste ...). However, I tend to want to build on tapping guitar or piano / vocal.
    I found the dynamics and very good stereo.
    In the endurance, the sound is a little dry to listen to average power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought 140 euros used…
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    I was looking for a good quality / price for my first monitor speakers for listening use and (especially) Mao report. They are connected to my soundcard output Edirol Ua 101.

    SOUNDS

    As indicated above, it is my first.
    The curve is not totally neutral, I hesitated a long time reading reviews recurring lack of upper midrange. Surprise to find my comfort listening, I, on the EQUAL back speakers, even the lower medium. (Maybe a matter of taste ...). However, I tend to want to build on tapping guitar or piano / vocal.
    I found the dynamics and very good stereo.
    In the endurance, the sound is a little dry to listen to average power.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought 140 euros used, this is a very good deal for a first purchase. I hesitated a long time with a higher range (Adam) of the same size. But a favorite accessed via a bearing (supporting the budget).

    Otherwise they desire to present the dual price, I do not regret my choice and already redécouvres most titles in my library, including mine.
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  • EricokostonEricokoston

    Not satisfied

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 11/11/11 at 13:50
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    Motivational characteristics: price, the system of LED blue, red
    Usage: home

    SOUNDS

    ...

    OVERALL OPINION

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  • yoTrakkzyoTrakkz

    solid monitors

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 10/16/11 at 21:48
    I bought the Alesis M! Active 520 monitors because I needed some small, reasonably priced monitors for my studio. I have to say that I am quite impressed. Lows are tight and focused, with plenty of detail in the mids and highs. What is really nice is that they can be set up for different listening environments via the switches on the back that allow you to tailor the frequency response to suit your needs. No doubt these aren't the smoothest or most detailed monitors in the world, but I have done a lot of mixing on them and the results have held up very well when listening to those mixes on other systems ie. boombox, car stereo, TV speakers, other reference monitors etc. In other words, they…
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    I bought the Alesis M! Active 520 monitors because I needed some small, reasonably priced monitors for my studio. I have to say that I am quite impressed. Lows are tight and focused, with plenty of detail in the mids and highs. What is really nice is that they can be set up for different listening environments via the switches on the back that allow you to tailor the frequency response to suit your needs. No doubt these aren't the smoothest or most detailed monitors in the world, but I have done a lot of mixing on them and the results have held up very well when listening to those mixes on other systems ie. boombox, car stereo, TV speakers, other reference monitors etc. In other words, they do what they are supposed to.


    SOUNDS

    Sounds pretty good, great stereo image and you can also put them next to your screen without worrying about anything being damaged. They have great low response and are pretty accurate. They don’t provide a lot of boom though, but you don’t want a lot of boom when you are mixing on them, you want a nice accurate clear sound.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, When I received them I still thought man these little speakers are not going to do anything. Hooked them up and man I was surprised at the sound quality and clarity I was getting from them. They are very flexible to because you can cut the bass, mids, or highs and change the acoustics of the room. They are great monitor for the price and will help you get use to mixing music. I recommend them to anyone who is looking for a good set of monitors that will sound good and give above average flexibility. Once my studio gets bulit I will still use these along with my JBL LSP4300 series.
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  • revolarevola

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 02/19/06 at 05:29
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    Alesis small speakers bi-amplified to use home studio & studio ...
    Adjustable volume and bass level of the rear speakers.
    Simple ...

    SOUNDS

    The sound is amazing for this price range.
    Despite the tiny size, the bass coming out of these speakers are powerful enough. Awesome!
    The treble is clear and well defined I think. They have a small hollow in the midrange, which is not displease me. It provides a comfortable listening I find.
    The stereo image is wide and precise.
    Only the bass is perhaps a little too vague. Very present, but we feel they are less accurate than speakers with a higher level.
    Very good for the price!
    I put 8 normally, but given the price, I add on…
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    Alesis small speakers bi-amplified to use home studio & studio ...
    Adjustable volume and bass level of the rear speakers.
    Simple ...

    SOUNDS

    The sound is amazing for this price range.
    Despite the tiny size, the bass coming out of these speakers are powerful enough. Awesome!
    The treble is clear and well defined I think. They have a small hollow in the midrange, which is not displease me. It provides a comfortable listening I find.
    The stereo image is wide and precise.
    Only the bass is perhaps a little too vague. Very present, but we feel they are less accurate than speakers with a higher level.
    Very good for the price!
    I put 8 normally, but given the price, I add one point ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do have heard that a store on listening rather short, but I could compare it with other encintes the same price range, and these are my favorites.
    I compared with Berhinger, of active Tannoy, Yamaha, and another mark I can not remember.
    To each his own way to enjoy the speakers, but they suit me perfectly!
    I find they sound great, without distorting, but still a pleasant listen (more than tannoy for example, which is accurate but less flattering).
    For this price, I find that there is no better ...
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  • pragzpragz

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 05/10/06 at 12:46
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    The CRITERIA that motivated my choice as mainly financial, I did not really look at all the technical terms dpart ... The fact that it is the Active Monitors adjacent East my choice because I have no amp. Aesthetically they dja taient to my taste.

    For use in home studio in a pice of approximately 12m2.

    Not a small amp pc ...

    SOUNDS

    The curve frequency drives is neutral without being "flat" which has a better home consquence attention while The elements of a song.

    The stereo image is rpart and buttons rglages treble and bass of meds can well adapt to the environment of rglages costs.

    The sound is crystal clear across the spectrum ...

    The dynamics are really transcri…
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    The CRITERIA that motivated my choice as mainly financial, I did not really look at all the technical terms dpart ... The fact that it is the Active Monitors adjacent East my choice because I have no amp. Aesthetically they dja taient to my taste.

    For use in home studio in a pice of approximately 12m2.

    Not a small amp pc ...

    SOUNDS

    The curve frequency drives is neutral without being "flat" which has a better home consquence attention while The elements of a song.

    The stereo image is rpart and buttons rglages treble and bass of meds can well adapt to the environment of rglages costs.

    The sound is crystal clear across the spectrum ...

    The dynamics are really transcribed Fidler (I have test drives that I know by heart ...)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since this morning but I'm really happy with this purchase so I wanted given my opinion!

    I would say that although the speakers for the bass of this size that are more deadly in an environment more than I should be fast running out of low ...

    Yes I tried edirol has a much higher lev and the minutes were as good if not better.

    Frankly the price is exeptional quality report (for the moment let me go tomorrow if I dgout!)

    Having spend the day over and having seen many of my old mix in default, I Do not hesitate to repeat this choice are indeed of Active Monitors at a cost tr s super attractive and effective for my setup and my environment.
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  • soulfingezsoulfingez

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 12/30/06 at 04:27
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    Hi all

    I bought these speakers, beginners January 06, following the advice of a salesman who assures me the quality of the product, I can not find good at all ... . home studio, use with electric guitars and acoustic electric, box-effect amplifiers Korg workstation .....

    SOUNDS

    Regarding the quality of the sound, I find middle bcp blowing the speakers too loud (for my taste) when the gain is a high lev without pousssa funds !!!!! , and the mediums are not serious enough support ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use regulire in home studio for 11 months just for these products
    After ten months I have a defective speaker and the other also starts messing !!!!!!!!! Alesis M1 Ac…
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    Hi all

    I bought these speakers, beginners January 06, following the advice of a salesman who assures me the quality of the product, I can not find good at all ... . home studio, use with electric guitars and acoustic electric, box-effect amplifiers Korg workstation .....

    SOUNDS

    Regarding the quality of the sound, I find middle bcp blowing the speakers too loud (for my taste) when the gain is a high lev without pousssa funds !!!!! , and the mediums are not serious enough support ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use regulire in home studio for 11 months just for these products
    After ten months I have a defective speaker and the other also starts messing !!!!!!!!! Alesis M1 Active 520. When I put the speakers in power, there is no signal, I have to touch or turn the gain knob, which is the back to have a connection there !!!!!!!! ! and now the sound is not as clean at the beginning ... there is breath in pregnant and "graisillements ".... Here is silent if the choice again, I would forever change the speakers and I do not REALLY ratchet products of this brand.
    DSOL but I think a defective product after 10 months is far from good quality and especially the customer service asking me to pay the shipping costs for a product 1-YEAR WARRANTY !!!!!! NO !!!!!!! I will not make that choice!
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  • SnapboySnapboy

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 07/05/07 at 00:48
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    - What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    The price!

    - For what purpose?
    Home Studio

    - What amp / What configuration? ...
    They are connected to the output of my sound card

    SOUNDS

    - The frequency curve is sufficiently neutral?
    No staining!

    - The stereo image is good?
    No problem amp separated

    - The sound is clear and precise on the spectrum?
    Exellent!

    - The dynamics are respected? ...
    Yes!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    Since 2 weeks

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    The more the sound! the small LED that changes color in the crete equa

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    mon…
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    - What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    The price!

    - For what purpose?
    Home Studio

    - What amp / What configuration? ...
    They are connected to the output of my sound card

    SOUNDS

    - The frequency curve is sufficiently neutral?
    No staining!

    - The stereo image is good?
    No problem amp separated

    - The sound is clear and precise on the spectrum?
    Exellent!

    - The dynamics are respected? ...
    Yes!

    OVERALL OPINION

    - How long have you use it?
    Since 2 weeks

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    The more the sound! the small LED that changes color in the crete equa

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    monitoring but no sound HIFI etc. ...

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Good

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    Maybe I would take the 620 a bit more expensive but more power!
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  • softcakessoftcakes

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 01/23/08 at 01:53
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    I bought these speakers because they were active and I hesitated with M1MKII of the same brand, which are fairly used home studio, but the wallet has chosen the former.

    I use them for mixing and mastering for a demo project with my group.

    I work with an audio interface from Alesis iO/26 of (I'm already happier) with Cubase SX.

    Specifications are available on the Alesis site.

    I put 8 because the features seem good and that "if we listen to him," these are the speakers for me.

    SOUNDS

    - The frequency curve is sufficiently neutral?

    No, I do not think so. I started to side tracks we recorded with my group. This made a lot already on the alesis. I decided to stroll a lit…
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    I bought these speakers because they were active and I hesitated with M1MKII of the same brand, which are fairly used home studio, but the wallet has chosen the former.

    I use them for mixing and mastering for a demo project with my group.

    I work with an audio interface from Alesis iO/26 of (I'm already happier) with Cubase SX.

    Specifications are available on the Alesis site.

    I put 8 because the features seem good and that "if we listen to him," these are the speakers for me.

    SOUNDS

    - The frequency curve is sufficiently neutral?

    No, I do not think so. I started to side tracks we recorded with my group. This made a lot already on the alesis. I decided to stroll a little about everything that moves. Logitech speakers on my computer mean that low (some opinions say that the bass is monstrous ...). It's really annoying because I used to mix to a fairly low level. I do not want to have to make the corner to hear the bass. So it does not care shit to the mix. Ditto on the sound of our speakers to repeat (the coxx ...). So here ...

    - The stereo image is good?

    Yes, but that's normal, it's amplified speakers.

    - The sound is clear and precise on the spectrum?

    I'd say it's relative. You can have a good mix, but it still sounded a bit messy compared to the pro.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use them for a little over a month.

    I like their look (the blue light ptite it does), the fact that they are compact and make it still sound good in general.

    on the other hand, level accuracy and frequency response you can really do better.

    I have not tried other models and I regret it. The choice of wallet, avoid a few times.

    The value is certainly good but for 100 euros more you have the MKII, which are probably much better.

    With the experience I would do not have that choice. I will keep these speakers for listening to music at home (I have no stereo in my apartment). I will try to finish the mix of our demo somehow. When I have the round, I'll buy two "good pairs", which complement each other well, and I buy a mackie big knob to switch between the pairs, no problem like that mix.

    Do not buy these speakers for a mix of very good quality. In a context "model" it can go but ...

    I hope my opinion could be helpful.

    A more
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  • ubu roiubu roi

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 03/15/08 at 10:31
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    I was looking for Active Monitors small compact at a reasonable price for my mobile recording studio (I often put at the disposal of small musical groups with limited means).

    SOUNDS

    It is true that the frequency curve has two small flaws but nothing real handicap if you are not a race:
    A / a trough in the lower midrange at 400 Hz about 3 to 4 dB
    2 / other in the upper medium to 3.25 KHz 2 to 3db
    Either you choose an equalizer in series with your output, or use the parametric output of your monitor if you have one. Then adjust the equalizers of the enclosure as follows:
    Tweeter 0
    limitation of lower than 0
    proximity effect in a
    low-cut at 56 Hz
    The sound will be ab…
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    I was looking for Active Monitors small compact at a reasonable price for my mobile recording studio (I often put at the disposal of small musical groups with limited means).

    SOUNDS

    It is true that the frequency curve has two small flaws but nothing real handicap if you are not a race:
    A / a trough in the lower midrange at 400 Hz about 3 to 4 dB
    2 / other in the upper medium to 3.25 KHz 2 to 3db
    Either you choose an equalizer in series with your output, or use the parametric output of your monitor if you have one. Then adjust the equalizers of the enclosure as follows:
    Tweeter 0
    limitation of lower than 0
    proximity effect in a
    low-cut at 56 Hz
    The sound will be absolutely correct and balanced (the speaker position is important, but this is your ear to guide you)
    Frankly if the image is observed, the sound is clear and no fatigue of the ear appeared to me.
    200 euros for what more ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    After one month I am always delighted with this choice, because traveling with Génélec or Adam is not very careful unless you have the means to easily replace after an accident ...
    Keep these small speakers even if you invest in the more expensive it will serve you a second listen, and for those who have limited means you can always work in decent conditions.
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  • BadAppleBadApple

    Great Sound For Price

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 03/21/11 at 09:35
    I was wanting some active monitors for mixing/mastering with for my own production needs, I was using headphones to mix to but friends and other producers told me that I should seriously consider getting some monitors.
    I looked around for a while to find some that were in my price range and these were it.
    They come as a pair for under £200 which is great I must say for how they sound. I think that with monitors though, the more you spend the better you are going to get. For example, at the studio I have a pair of genlecs that cost a lot of money but they definitely sound a lot better than these I have at home.
    I do have a sub woofer hooked up as well since the bass response is good but not…
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    I was wanting some active monitors for mixing/mastering with for my own production needs, I was using headphones to mix to but friends and other producers told me that I should seriously consider getting some monitors.
    I looked around for a while to find some that were in my price range and these were it.
    They come as a pair for under £200 which is great I must say for how they sound. I think that with monitors though, the more you spend the better you are going to get. For example, at the studio I have a pair of genlecs that cost a lot of money but they definitely sound a lot better than these I have at home.
    I do have a sub woofer hooked up as well since the bass response is good but not good enough to pick up sub bass. I produce a lot of dnb and dubstep at home which makes me need a sub for the low end frequencies, these monitors have good bass but definitely not great for mixing sub bass to.
    They have 2 choices of input. TRS or XLR, I am using balanced TRS jacks at the moment with my soundcard which is an m-audio fast track pro.

    SOUNDS

    I must say that the sound is great, stereo image is spot on and you can put them wherever you want.
    What I mean by this is that they have acoustic space options at the back which allow you to put them in a corner of your room without it being too bassy this is great for home studio set ups that do not have a lot of room to properly position everything in. This option is definitely one of the reasons why I bought these monitors.
    Everything sounds realistic but compared to high end genlecs these lack a little in sound.
    The frequency response is good, I still use a sub woofer though to mix sub bass whilst producing.
    They are pretty small monitors so I would not recommend them for pro studio environments, I personally like wider speakers in the main studio as I feel they sound even better.


    OVERALL OPINION

    The things I like most about them is the sound that you get, I think that for the price I paid for these monitors they are really good value.
    I like the size of them but I would go bigger if I could. They colour is a very nice finish I must admit and they also have a blue light that shows that they are on and it flickers red if the speaker is distorting which I think is very handy but they have not done that with me before, I just know this because of the manual.
    I have used a lot of monitors before buying these, all the ones I have used though are for recording studios which are really high end monitors that these would not beat.
    If I had more money I would definitely buy some different more expensive monitors but for now I will stick with these definitely.
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  • moosersmoosers

    Alesis M1Active 520Published on 05/19/10 at 00:08
    The Alesis M1 Active 520s are a set of active near field studio monitors. They boast 75 watts of active power, and don't require any sort of outside power amplifier since they are indeed active. These are perfect for home studio owners for a variety of reasons that I will talk about throughout this review. They are suitable for all sorts of applications in a home studio environment, but I don't know if they would be suitable for use in professional studios - at least not for mixing or mastering.

    SOUNDS

    For a smaller pair of near field monitors, the Alesis M1 Active 520s pack a good amount of punch. They are definitely capable of getting quite loud, without being overly large o…
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    The Alesis M1 Active 520s are a set of active near field studio monitors. They boast 75 watts of active power, and don't require any sort of outside power amplifier since they are indeed active. These are perfect for home studio owners for a variety of reasons that I will talk about throughout this review. They are suitable for all sorts of applications in a home studio environment, but I don't know if they would be suitable for use in professional studios - at least not for mixing or mastering.

    SOUNDS

    For a smaller pair of near field monitors, the Alesis M1 Active 520s pack a good amount of punch. They are definitely capable of getting quite loud, without being overly large or anything like that. It has tuning in the back of it, which is nice especially considering that most home studios are not usually in the best situations acoustically. The overall sound of the M1 Active 520s is full and definitley covers the full range of frequency, with a surprising amount of low end response as well. While these wouldn't be the most ideal mixing monitors when speaking on a higher level, they would be fine for smaller home studios.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The Alesis M1 Active 520s definitely seem to be some of the best bang for your buck when you are looking in the world of home studio monitors. While these might not be on par for professional studio owners to mix on, if you're looking something for your smaller home studio, these will be a perfect fit most of the time. They're perfect for those home studios that are just getting started. I'd recommend doing a shoot out at a store if possible if you're looking on choosing your first pair of monitors. Definitely don't leave these out of the equation as these are definitely some of the monitors in this price range.
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We are using Google Analytics in order to better understand the use that our visitors make of our website in an attempt to improve it. When this parameter is activated, no personal information is sent to Google and the IP addresses are anonymized.

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This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest. We are likely to display advertisements from our own platform, from Google Advertising Products or from Adform.

Marketing (Meta Pixel)

On our websites, we use the Meta Pixel. The Meta Pixel is a remarketing pixel implemented on our websites that allows us to target you directly via the Meta Network by serving ads to visitors of our websites when they visit the social networks Facebook and Instagram. The meta pixel are code snippets which are able to identify your browser type via the browser ID - the individual fingerprint of your browser - and to recognise that you have visited our websites and what exactly you have looked at on our websites. When you visit our websites, the pixel establishes a direct connection to Meta's servers. Meta is able to identify you by your browser ID, as this is linked to other data about you stored by Meta on your Facebook or Instagram user account. Meta then delivers individualised ads from us on Facebook or on Instagram that are tailored to your needs.

We ourselves are not in a position to identify you personally via the meta pixel, as apart from your browser ID no other data is stored with us via the pixel.

For more information about the Meta Pixel, the details of data processing via this service and Meta's privacy policy, please visit Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Facebook and Meta Privacy Policy - How Meta collects and uses user data for Instagram.

Meta Platforms Ireland Ltd. is a subsidiary of Meta Platforms, Inc. based in the USA. It cannot be ruled out that your data collected by Facebook will also be transmitted to the USA.


You can find more details on data protection in our privacy policy.
You can also find information about how Google uses personal data by following this link.