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Samson Resolv A6 2-Way Active Studio Monitors
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- Two-way, active studio reference monitor with ported tuned enclosure, Active crossover utilizing a multi-pole design for linear response from bottom to top
- 6-inch woven carbon fiber woofer for tight and controlled low frequency response, Four-position high frequency lift control, AV shielded for multimedia applications
- 1.25-inch silk dome tweeter with neodymium magnets, heat-sink and Ferro-fluid cooling for smooth and sweet high frequency response
- Low diffraction waveguide, 1/4-inch balanced inputs as well as unbalanced RCA inputs, Solid MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) construction for maximum SPL
- Bi-amp power with 75 watts on the LF driver and 25 watts on the HF driver. Frequency response: 50Hz-30kHz
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|Item Dimensions||24.5 x 17.25 x 13.5 in||15 x 25 x 11 in||12 x 11.25 x 16 in||14 x 11 x 10 in||5.7 x 7.7 x 9.2 in||12.5 x 22.5 x 17.3 in|
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With a complete redesign of our Resolve reference monitors, Samson has combined precise engineering and the highest-quality components with an elegant new cabinet design, providing extremely accurate monitoring for recording studio, post-production and other multimedia applications.
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Note that they're fairly large, so make sure that you've got the desktop real estate to accommodate them. Also, they get mind-numbingly loud (mine are currently at ~1.5/10 and can still be heard outside the house with the source volume maxed) so they should serve well as a sort of portable PA system in addition to studio speakers for musicians on a tight budget. I did crank them up all the way for a VERY short period of time and didn't notice any distortion.
If you're looking for a pair of powered studio monitors. You found them. If this is your first set of monitors, be prepared to truly hear your music for the first time...
I've been using these monitors in a professional studio environment for about a year now and I have to say, if I had to do it all over again, I would definitely not buy these speakers.
While their frequency response graphs and 3D plots all look great on paper, as well as the price, you really do need to listen to them a LOT before you consider using them for professional mixing.
A good start for an entry level studio situation i.e. demos, at home single artist recordings, music without much attention to fidelity (drum n bass, house music)
The high frequency attenuator comes in handy, given the response is not what they say it is on paper.
The bass response is unbalanced and muddy at certain frequencies. Listening to bass heavy music at high volume can be fatiguing due to the imbalance in all the lower end frequencies. All of the sudden a certain bass note jumps out at you by more than double of its neighboring frequencies.
Clearly something inside the cabinet is placed wrong, at a certain frequency and volume, something on the left side of my left speaker rattles against the inside of the cabinet. Probably a wiring harness or something like that. This is the kind of quality control details that manufactures cut first to save money. Because this is fixed by hand, not machine.
Overall, I would say if you're considering these monitors for a studio application, save your money. If you want a cheap upgrade from your computer speakers and the music you'll be working with is not a delicate balance between high, mid, mid bass and bass, then these will be fine. But if you're concerned with fidelity at all...move on. These are not for you.