Alesis Studio Monitors Opinions

Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by audiokid, Mar 29, 2010.

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  1. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff

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    What are your favorite Alesis studio monitors?
     
  2. soapfloats

    soapfloats Well-Known Member

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    I can comment here. I own the passive MKIIs. I like them.
    My room is small and has bass issues.
    With that in mind...
    They're accurate. No hyped high end. I find the low-mids to be muddy, but that is likely my room.
    I balance this w/ my mAudio Bx5a's.
     
  3. jammster

    jammster Active Member

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    I have a pair of Alesis Monitor One's, I have been very pleased with them. They get as loud as I want them to and can handle low bass and midrange very well.

    From a recording musician's standpoint I always get positive comments about how great they are as a larger format monitor. Nobody that I have worked with has said anything negative about them.
     
  4. pbryce

    pbryce Active Member

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    Monitor One's were my first Studio monitors in the 90's, they weren't bad for the price, lacked bottom end to me.

    I have been using Mackie HR824's for the last few years as my main monitors and like them.
     
  5. llatht

    llatht Active Member

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    I've been using the active M1's (6.75 in.) for about 5 years. They seem to treat me ok.
     

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