M-Audio M3-6 & M3-8 Active Studio Monitors Released

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A few short weeks ago, M-Audio has announced the release of their new three-way active studio monitors called the M3-6 (with a 6-inch woofer) and the M3-8 (with an 8-inch woofer). These new monitors contain three separate amplifiers so that all three bands of the EQ range receive their own dedicated "clean" power for great sound reproduction. Around the back there are three separate EQ controls and an overall volume control to get the sound levels just right. Each of these monitors also have XLR, TRS, and RCA inputs so that almost any audio device can be connected.

The M3-6 comes in at $249 each, while the M3-8 comes in at only $299 each and they are available today at your local M-Audio reseller. Check out the link and press release below for even more information on these new studio monitors...

M-Audio M3 Monitors

THREE IS KEY: M-AUDIO RELEASES M3-8, NEW 3-WAY STUDIO REFERENCE MONITOR

Featuring a rich wooden veneer, M3-8 studio reference monitors leverage innovative coaxial engineering to deliver superior imaging.

Cumberland, R.I. (September 26, 2013) – Adding to their industry-leading studio monitor line, M-Audio announces the new 3-way M3-8 studio reference monitor, which is now available in stores. Featuring an innovative inline design and superior imaging, M3-8 is compact yet delivers an immersive audio experience with dedicated low-, mid-, and high-frequency drivers, each with its own dedicated amplifier.

“They’re meant to stand out both visually and acoustically,” said JC Sutherland, Product Manager, M-Audio (@M_Audio_). “One of the biggest upsides to having a three-way design is accuracy in the lower midrange frequencies—M3-8 has a dedicated driver for that often-muddy range, which can be too high for a woofer and too low for a tweeter to handle. M3-8’s three-way coaxial design successfully addresses that challenge, and does so at an unprecedented price point…..”


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