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M-audio budget studio monitors

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Don't bother with them. Specifically the BX range.

I've been though two pairs (the first pair failed) in three weeks. First exchange was for a Mackie pair. They have an inherent hiss, so also took them back. Replacement M-audio started distorting last week - just the master speaker, the satellite is still clear. Rubbish product.

Looks like I'm going to spill some more cash and try Presonus?

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quyet wrote: Fri May 07, 2021 2:50 pm Don't bother with them. Specifically the BX range.

I've been though two pairs (the first pair failed) in three weeks. First exchange was for a Mackie pair. They have an inherent hiss, so also took them back. Replacement M-audio started distorting last week - just the master speaker, the satellite is still clear. Rubbish product.

Looks like I'm going to spill some more cash and try Presonus?
My Eris 4.5s get a ton of use, mostly music listening but they've been flawless!
Cause I’m bigger than my body gives me credit for…

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i had two sets of bx5's and one of the 8's.Never skipped a beat.YYMv i guess?
they were independant though,not master/satellite ones.

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