M-Audio GSR 12 Active Loudspeaker
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- designed by the engineers behind industry-leading M-Audio reference>studio-quality sound
- Optlmage wave giude technology>wide dispersion angle and excellent off-axis response
- 4 specially tuned EQ presets>easily in the right sound for any application
- Class D amplifier and Neodymium magnet LF drier>extremely light weight
- Integrated M10 fly-points and 1.4" (36 mm)pole mount>flexible placement in any venue
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Developed by the same engineering team behind our industry-leading reference monitors, the M-Audio GSR12 two-way 300-watt active sound reinforcement speaker combines pro-quality sound with road-worthy performance. For smooth, balanced response, we employed a precision-engineered 25dB/octave crossover to integrate the 1.3" high-frequency Titanium compression driver and 12" low-frequency driver with 2.5" voice coil. Efficient Class-D amplifiers deliver unmatched clarity and ultra-high output while remaining cool-hour after hour, show after show. Unique tone presets make it easy to dial in great sound without being an engineer. It all comes together in a lightweight-yet-rugged enclosure that's designed for mazimum utility, making the GSR12 perfect for any small to mid-size venue.
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Having purchased both the 10" and the 12" models of the M-Audio line--I'd say they're somewhere between Gemini and Yamaha on the quality spectrum. They look nice, are built solidly, and sound just fine if you don't drive them to upper limits. There's only so much a plastic box and 250-300 watts can produce, given the laws of physics etc. etc.
Using the "DJ" mode accentuates the bass frequencies, which also adds a huge amount of distortion to the sound. At the "Normal" mode, which gives them a flat frequency response, you get more musical tones.
When used in conjunction with a sub-woofer, I'd rate the GSR-12 a decent powered speaker for the price. Without a subwoofer, it can be used for small wedding ceremonies or background music, or as "backup" speakers.