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Alesis Monitor One MkII
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Alesis Monitor One MkII

Passive Monitor from Alesis belonging to the Monitor One series.

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" Q / P unbeatable"

Alesis Monitor One MkIIPublished on 11/29/12 at 02:53
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Passive 2-way: 1 * 13cm + tweeter, bass reflex AR harbor, 120 watts rms announced! ..... A 80/90w max seems more real. hifi speaker more than monitor: response curve V with little mid (1-2k) and bcp 80hz and 10kHz. not really faithful.

SOUNDS

sounds nice but far from a studio monitor ..... (Not "flat" at all)
AVERAGING quite dynamic, stereo suitable lack of clarity in the mid / hi mid. due to a small peak (2/3) to very wide 600hz.

OVERALL OPINION

small or stereo broadcast editing: yes; studio monitoring / mixing / mastering: not really suitable.
the model amplified bass reflex ports on the front (* 2 small) but less convincing than the passive (only 1 big bass reflex port......
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Passive 2-way: 1 * 13cm + tweeter, bass reflex AR harbor, 120 watts rms announced! ..... A 80/90w max seems more real. hifi speaker more than monitor: response curve V with little mid (1-2k) and bcp 80hz and 10kHz. not really faithful.

SOUNDS

sounds nice but far from a studio monitor ..... (Not "flat" at all)
AVERAGING quite dynamic, stereo suitable lack of clarity in the mid / hi mid. due to a small peak (2/3) to very wide 600hz.

OVERALL OPINION

small or stereo broadcast editing: yes; studio monitoring / mixing / mastering: not really suitable.
the model amplified bass reflex ports on the front (* 2 small) but less convincing than the passive (only 1 big bass reflex port AR), on the other hand, Alesis RA150 amp avoided with advice (and others in the series ): pb relay HP after 2/3ans! (See forums), and its really ugly, also a good amp HiFi uncorrected, will better the deal. (Currently harmann kardon 90w * 2).
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" Good for mini budget!"

Alesis Monitor One MkIIPublished on 03/18/12 at 15:40
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I had heard from a friend and I liked the bass for such monitors.
Personally I use today to mix podcasts and they are very good for that because less accurate than my HR824 which will reveal all the defects of my mix.
That said they serviced me well at the beginning thanks to their low price.
Good bass and a casually its pretty balanced. But not super fine / detailed.

SOUNDS

Good momentum.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been a good ten years coupled with the amp that goes well with and never had a problem.
For the price, they do the job! And I like their dynamic to my DJ mixes.
Sorry not to be too specific but it is very long as I have.
Also I paid much more expensive at the......
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I had heard from a friend and I liked the bass for such monitors.
Personally I use today to mix podcasts and they are very good for that because less accurate than my HR824 which will reveal all the defects of my mix.
That said they serviced me well at the beginning thanks to their low price.
Good bass and a casually its pretty balanced. But not super fine / detailed.

SOUNDS

Good momentum.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been a good ten years coupled with the amp that goes well with and never had a problem.
For the price, they do the job! And I like their dynamic to my DJ mixes.
Sorry not to be too specific but it is very long as I have.
Also I paid much more expensive at the time. And if they are now at 150 €, this is a good deal.
Prefer the model can be amplified on the other hand ...
I do not know if I will ever choose after 10 years, may be if my budget will be limited ...
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" Stereo Image incredible"

Alesis Monitor One MkIIPublished on 03/09/12 at 09:24
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Speaker 2 Way Passive Monitor, Electromagnetic Shielding, 120 Watts / 4 Ohms Connectors: Terminals.
I use it in my home studio for recording drums, electric and acoustic guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals. I had a Kenwood amp that I tried and I finally kept.

SOUNDS

The response curve is sufficiently neutral saw my amp. They have enough potatoes for people who love listening to loud. The stereo image is really excellent. I am regularly impressed by it. The lack of precision in the bass.

OVERALL OPINION

I use them for 7 years. I tried the Yamaha NS10M. I especially like the stereo is just incredible. The price / quality ratio is undoubtedly present. They suit me perfectly for my use......
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Speaker 2 Way Passive Monitor, Electromagnetic Shielding, 120 Watts / 4 Ohms Connectors: Terminals.
I use it in my home studio for recording drums, electric and acoustic guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals. I had a Kenwood amp that I tried and I finally kept.

SOUNDS

The response curve is sufficiently neutral saw my amp. They have enough potatoes for people who love listening to loud. The stereo image is really excellent. I am regularly impressed by it. The lack of precision in the bass.

OVERALL OPINION

I use them for 7 years. I tried the Yamaha NS10M. I especially like the stereo is just incredible. The price / quality ratio is undoubtedly present. They suit me perfectly for my use of non-professional enthusiast. With the experience I would do this or I obterais choice for the active version.
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" It does the job well"

Alesis Monitor One MkIIPublished on 12/23/11 at 06:49
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2-way passive speakers. Box of wood and synthetic matrial in good order.

SOUNDS

The sound is not completely neutral, the bass is quite Submitted.
No breath remarkable, home studio, the power is ample trs

OVERALL OPINION

Trs satisfied. J'apprcie all the particulirement rpartition strophonique image in space.
Use in home studio perfect.
I hsit with active speakers but I just stop using my power amp.
Purchase an affordable price.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: Monitor One MkII
  • Series: Monitor One
  • Category: Passive Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2005

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