M-Audio M3-6 3-Way Active Studio Monitor Speaker
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- Efficient three-way design for improved fidelity in a compact package (sold individually)
- Inline speaker design provides superior imaging plus fatigue-free listening
- 6" woven Kevlar low-frequency driver
- 5" woven Kevlar mid-frequency driver; 1" silk-dome tweeter
- 160 total Watts of tri-amplified Class A/B power
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Enhance your studio experience with the M-Audio M3-6 active studio monitors. These 3-way monitors deliver an enhanced imaging, fidelity, and a large sweet spot to mix songs and lay down tracks. You'll love the tighter bass response and super-accurate mids you get from the kevlar woofers. The 220-watt tri-amped M3-6 active monitors sport a 3-band EQ and low cut filter so you can tweak them to compensate for any acoustic issues. Carefully tuner crossovers deliver a full-spectrum listening experience that will make your mixes better than ever. Grab a pair of the M-Audio M3-6 active studio monitors and see what you've been missing.
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I found out the hard way that the warranty is only for a year. This isn't listed on Amazon or the manufacturer's site. When I first got the pair, one speaker had a buzzing, which I returned to Amazon and was promptly given a working replacement. The speakers then worked great and I fell in love with them for the past year and a half, until last week a moderately loud static has been cutting in and out from one of the tweeters (distracting during silence but turning them up easily overpowers the noise). I contacted M-Audio which told me it's out of warranty, and that I could find an authorized service vendor for repairs out of pocket. Since I have experience with small electronics and soldering and plan on fixing it myself, they also were unable to render any schematics or service guides, but offer replacement parts once I figure out what the issue is.
In short they're great, balanced, and punchy speakers but you're completely on your own after a year, which I think is a rather absurdly short amount of time for a warranty. I'll be moving on to more established vendors with longer warranty periods.