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Active Monitor from Edirol belonging to the MA series

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  • moonbluesmoonblues

    Edirol MA-20DPublished on 12/23/03 at 01:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Very good speakers, amplification is incorporated sufficient;
    ells are not bulky at all and in addition they are pretty to see

    SOUNDS

    The sound is good with a tendency to bring out the treble a bit (but my ears are good for me to judge!) Easily corrected through potentiometers in facade
    its use for me: listening to midi files that pass through an expander, I plug my Roland digital piano (excellent for this purpose, the piano is very good), listening to classical concerts using my walkman CD: the sound is better than on my Sony ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Convenient both inputs separate lines and independent volume controls, it allows me to play piano backing track without …
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    Very good speakers, amplification is incorporated sufficient;
    ells are not bulky at all and in addition they are pretty to see

    SOUNDS

    The sound is good with a tendency to bring out the treble a bit (but my ears are good for me to judge!) Easily corrected through potentiometers in facade
    its use for me: listening to midi files that pass through an expander, I plug my Roland digital piano (excellent for this purpose, the piano is very good), listening to classical concerts using my walkman CD: the sound is better than on my Sony ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Convenient both inputs separate lines and independent volume controls, it allows me to play piano backing track without using a mixing console
    they could have added a fine grid to protect the speakers, so please put them out of reach of young children ...
    quality / price ratio very good, I do not regret my purchase
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  • Gpicker21Gpicker21

    Edirol MA-20DPublished on 01/19/04 at 13:29
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    I bought them when she came out on the market it based on good quality plbiscites for MA10D

    The power is sufficient for a small home studio like mine (5.50 m2)

    double between numrique

    corrections Bass, treble

    SOUNDS

    I find trs neutral as far as I did, recording and mix acoustic guitar
    are prcis is dynamic and is very well return in my scope.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use them for 6 months
    they suit me perfectly
    they lack a bit of fullness in the lower
    MODELS compared with the larger woofer
    the report is qualtprix Excellent
    I would do this purchase with the same budget without hsiter
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    I bought them when she came out on the market it based on good quality plbiscites for MA10D

    The power is sufficient for a small home studio like mine (5.50 m2)

    double between numrique

    corrections Bass, treble

    SOUNDS

    I find trs neutral as far as I did, recording and mix acoustic guitar
    are prcis is dynamic and is very well return in my scope.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use them for 6 months
    they suit me perfectly
    they lack a bit of fullness in the lower
    MODELS compared with the larger woofer
    the report is qualtprix Excellent
    I would do this purchase with the same budget without hsiter
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  • riton_lafouineriton_lafouine

    Edirol MA-20DPublished on 02/13/05 at 03:03
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    The low price I confess my motivation, about € 250 a time, that has bought Roland Edirol and offer a perfect clone of the pregnant ... I bought it in order to mix the different recordings made for my group home studio, I put a note for the price, compactness and ergonomics, multiple analog / digital inputs (SPDIF and optical) + 24 bit 96 kHz

    SOUNDS

    Question her, that's where the bottom lies. Already after one month it starts to blow it not monstrous but it seemed like that one day ... In addition, the bass is inmixables and colorful mediums ... Hello cardboard voices ... There's apparently a big accident to 3 kHz after cke my ears tell me is good but not super driven. It's hard e…
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    The low price I confess my motivation, about € 250 a time, that has bought Roland Edirol and offer a perfect clone of the pregnant ... I bought it in order to mix the different recordings made for my group home studio, I put a note for the price, compactness and ergonomics, multiple analog / digital inputs (SPDIF and optical) + 24 bit 96 kHz

    SOUNDS

    Question her, that's where the bottom lies. Already after one month it starts to blow it not monstrous but it seemed like that one day ... In addition, the bass is inmixables and colorful mediums ... Hello cardboard voices ... There's apparently a big accident to 3 kHz after cke my ears tell me is good but not super driven. It's hard enough to mix it but I am not a reference. It seemed to me to be a large imbalance in listening to the sound mix on other systems, knowing that the tracks were not spent in mastering so dry signal to go everywhere ... I will not score big, if it was expensive, I will really less ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use them seriously since qqd months to record and also to mix, I do it again this choice for the price, but in an ideal world I'll split a material more efficient. I love the look and the compactness of the material ... ca bcp effect is when my friends go to the house DJ ... LOL.
    I have not tried anything gd was the only thing that exists in this price range, it's cheap but certainly not expect to release an album over the quality of large studio with ... Tjs surnoté of its price ...
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