Alesis M1 Active 620 Powered Studio Monitor Pair
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- 6.5" low frequency woofer for clear bass and midrange, 3/4" tweeter for smooth, detailed highs without harshness
- Top mounted, integrated power switch/clip light bar
- Bi-amplified design: 30W to the tweeter and 65W to the woofer ensure extremely accurate studio mixing and monitoring
- Magnetically shielded for placement near TV and computer monitors
- XLR and 1/4" TRS input connectors with volume control, hi, mid and low frequency EQ boost switches and rear port design for deep bass extension and increased SPL
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The m1 active 620 is the third generation of the acclaimed alesis m1 active series. The m1 active 620 offers incredible bass and midrange definition and flat frequency response from its highprecision driver and professionallycrafted crossover. With a bold new look,redesigned driver,bass density control and eq,this affordable,highprecision active reference monitor delivers superb sonic clarity.
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Anyone who gets these monitors, expect in time, to have them fail. Thankfully, the problem has an easy fix if you're willing to get dirty. Over all it really isnt hard, just need a solder gun and about $1.50 worth of parts.
Why did I rate them a 4? because they're great monitors, they just have a design flaw. Thankfully the fix is cheap, and easy.
I have the Alesis M1active 620 now for a year and a half. 2 weeks ago one of the speakers failed, it was not playing anymore, instead the blue light on top was blinking. I searched around the web and found many many articles with complaints about this problem, but also many reports about how to repair it. It is clearly a Design Fault, and it is known for years, not only on the 620 but also 520, Mk2 and others.
Alesis sent me the contact from their service center in my country, but I know how those service repairs go: They just switch the board with a new one and a year later I would have the same problem again.
I had the speaker checked and repaired by an electronics specialist. He said thats embarassing for a company like Alesis, to know the problem for so long and still ship it with this design fault. I've let him correct the same design fault on the second speaker, because it is only a matter of time until it fails too.
Therefore the only conclusion is that this fault is intended to be. This was my first and last Alesis speaker, and I will not recommend Alesis to anyone.
Very flat sound, i could get a really nice mix out of them which is very translatable! 100% Recommended!
The only thing i really think it misses is to have a frontal volume control, but it's pretty easy to set them up on the back, don't let this change your mind on this monitors, they sound loud enough to bother the neighbors!