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Alesis Monitor Two

Passive Monitor from Alesis .

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" it works but not yet at the top"

Alesis Monitor TwoPublished on 08/15/12 at 03:39
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here I have just bought a pair of monitor two,
it is for their aesthetic side and 3-way passive this has pushed my purchase I looked some info on equipment and is as I have found everywhere good comment I started and ultimately "it pushes the brothel"
I use it to my house in a room of 12 m2 for now ...
level gear for the amp it is not too
I have an amp mah mac sp 300 which is not necessarily ideal for product type
cables for it's homemade with Dayton Audio banana plugs BAGS-G and copper is the Furutech FS-502

SOUNDS

because of my amp, I can not exploited the true ability of speakers to but I can notice it's like saying most of the person, it has a bass line that taps very......
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here I have just bought a pair of monitor two,
it is for their aesthetic side and 3-way passive this has pushed my purchase I looked some info on equipment and is as I have found everywhere good comment I started and ultimately "it pushes the brothel"
I use it to my house in a room of 12 m2 for now ...
level gear for the amp it is not too
I have an amp mah mac sp 300 which is not necessarily ideal for product type
cables for it's homemade with Dayton Audio banana plugs BAGS-G and copper is the Furutech FS-502

SOUNDS

because of my amp, I can not exploited the true ability of speakers to but I can notice it's like saying most of the person, it has a bass line that taps very low, medium are present, and fever are fairly mild
I will tell you more of that change will be made amp ;)

OVERALL OPINION

this is all just one week that I own and I'm not disappointed at the moment (up to the amp that draws the mouth)
I had heard of yamaha, krk, mackie, and ultimately it is a whole other world
it's a big baby with the faith of a good sound quality and a nice aesthetic

has continued ....
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Alesis Monitor TwoPublished on 07/13/07 at 05:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- 3-way (appreciable)
- 4 ohm
- Terminal
- 150W

9 / 10 for great reserve of power!

SOUNDS

Potatoes, they have fishing, good dynamics, good stereo image, its very clear (as slight bump in the upper medium) so not too neutral in this spectrum, but above the low set as ever, up to 35 Hz according to Alesis, it goes down below! Very pleasant if we make the zic 'very low.

OVERALL OPINION

It'll be five years or so ... The definition of low is really great, I had a comparison of Mackie HR824 (A / B testing on a single CD), and many ales wins the game (according to my ears) on this point. I find too flateuses Mackies in the rest of the spectrum also.
I also tried a number of......
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- 3-way (appreciable)
- 4 ohm
- Terminal
- 150W

9 / 10 for great reserve of power!

SOUNDS

Potatoes, they have fishing, good dynamics, good stereo image, its very clear (as slight bump in the upper medium) so not too neutral in this spectrum, but above the low set as ever, up to 35 Hz according to Alesis, it goes down below! Very pleasant if we make the zic 'very low.

OVERALL OPINION

It'll be five years or so ... The definition of low is really great, I had a comparison of Mackie HR824 (A / B testing on a single CD), and many ales wins the game (according to my ears) on this point. I find too flateuses Mackies in the rest of the spectrum also.
I also tried a number of models, NS10, Tannoy, Dynaudio, Genelec, KRK, EVENT, Quested (too expensive for me) ...
Well it was the EVENT PS8 and alesis I retenu.Et monior Two being the cheapest OCCAZ ', so it is to them that I'm directing.

So by comparing the price of a pair of Mackie, and my two, for me, there's no photo.
But other speakers came from, and I have not heard, then, to your ears ...
8 / 10 as high medium slightly forward, but otherwise it's a very good pair of monitors, quality / price exellent.
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Alesis Monitor TwoPublished on 01/09/09 at 18:34
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Frequency band which descends bas.volumineuses very heavy, c is the Rican made in los angeles ..
mix
amp ra 100 of the same brand.

SOUNDS

Neutral? ... In fact these speakers "cash in" good bass so anything that is low, we hear the very good and we can push, a bounce! but when we r also mix costing som ... well it's killing pregnant mates ... So you must accustom s and must go molo on bass ... (mix a little haphazard at al beginners ... we try to guess what was going to give way ...)
before j had the Yamaha NS10, c was the opposite ... there had not so serious if I hear the bass well, bah elsewhere too serious ... we go back to the same problem .. Final .
the stereo image is......
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Frequency band which descends bas.volumineuses very heavy, c is the Rican made in los angeles ..
mix
amp ra 100 of the same brand.

SOUNDS

Neutral? ... In fact these speakers "cash in" good bass so anything that is low, we hear the very good and we can push, a bounce! but when we r also mix costing som ... well it's killing pregnant mates ... So you must accustom s and must go molo on bass ... (mix a little haphazard at al beginners ... we try to guess what was going to give way ...)
before j had the Yamaha NS10, c was the opposite ... there had not so serious if I hear the bass well, bah elsewhere too serious ... we go back to the same problem .. Final .
the stereo image is exellent, its clear but not quite specific on the clicks .. must stretch the ear, the best to have: my headphones akg
good dynamic

OVERALL OPINION

3 years env.pas dear sound like has genelec (these last too flattering to my taste, but much more expensive!, I have listen a whole album of rap in the studio)
Two of the monitors are to equilibrate voice instrumentals.
way to equilibrate the bass ... (must accustom s)
good work for stereo, pan, effects, etc. ... call for ...
means DCEL clicks ...
qualitprix of ocaz good for beginners, c is not upscale, say average.
n having not enough tunes al silent era c the right choice, so in the same context I would do this election despite all, I regret it.
another user to use my advisor with a Hafler P1500 amplifier, supposedly the sound comes out much richer, more prcis.j'd like to try, but I've prfrer sell and deliver m Dynaudio bm15a (range multimdia), today more accessible ocaz.a remains a good choice cheaper than the Genelec 1031 ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: Monitor Two
  • Category: Passive Monitors
  • Added in our database on: 10/01/2002
Specifications

 

Drivers: Mineral filled polypropylene cone 10"
low frequency and 5" midrange
drivers 1" Natural Silk dome high
frequency drivers

 

Crossover: 1500Hz and 5kHz,
combination of second and third order
filters

 

Frequency Response: 35 Hz - 18 kHz, ±3 dB

 

Power Handling: 150 watts program, 200 watts peak
(using EIA-426A method)
Nominal Impedance: 4 ohms

 

Sensitivity: 90 dB SPL @ 1 watt and 1 meter on
axis

 

Cabinet: Rubber textured laminate over 5/8"
MDF with protective comers Rear
vented

 

Connectors: 5 way binding posts on 0.75" centers

 

Dimensions: 14"W x 20"H x 14"D

 

Weight: 34 Ib. each
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Other names: monitor two, monitortwo, monitor 2

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