140 watt (100 watt amp for medium / low, 40 for the treble)
80Hz low cut (instead of 40 Hz by default)
High Freq Filter (-2 / 0 / +2 db)
3 modes of acoustic environment (Whole, Half, Quarter)
3 modes of power: On, Auto on (activation threshold sound), Standby
Variability of the input gain from -20 up to 4 dBA.
Among 3 types: RCA, XLR, Jack.
A mute button FAAC.
Mackie logo to keep it rotating in the direction of the speaker (very important
Power 230V or 110V.
Cer "THX pm3.
Health monitors Appolito.
Clearly, this is a monitor that has all it takes.
The curve of the monitors is pretty neutral, I use the term Plutt because a monitor is never completely neutral, more in that price range no miracle, but neutral enough for professional use (even widely ).
The big advantage of this monitor, it is the lowest it provided. Indeed it is one of the few MODEL in this price range, and for these measurements, down to 45 hertz (no worries), who arrives reproduce sounds up to 20 hertz (after s below ... no no do not ...)
The stereo image is very good even surprising. Dynaudio or Genelec have nothing to envy, we recognize very easily the location of the sound on a particular monitor.
The sound is very clear. There is not too bright highlights on agus as it is quite common. The sound is just right. This made me re-discover some of aillor song I used to listen to the speakers or the sound was too bright and too hot.
The most surprising thing about this monitor is undoubtedly low it provides, in addition to being power, they are very specific on. Especially in very low frequencies, the speakers reproduce the sound tonnament well, to the point of ridicule most subwoofers monitoring. (Still in the same price range. Relatively good guards recess)
The dynamics are as good, very good even. I tried the KRK VXT prcdement 8, and the dynamics n'tais not as good.
I use them for 1 month. The particularity that made my point of purchase, it is the low frequency drives neutral curve, and price. I have long hesitating before finally taking my RULING. I prcdement test KRK VXT, 8030APM Genelec and Dynaudio BM 12 A As low enough on these models, I opt for the Mackie.
The report price is rather good quality, especially at the price I bought them or say it's half price.
With the experience I repeat that choice, especially if I do dream in system 5.1 (always nice).
THX certification also gives a certain confidence, she showed some versatility, and neutrality of monitors.
I am very pleased with these monitors, I would see how they veillisent over time, and I would put update this post if necessary.