MA-10A are just about the worst pair of speakers I have ever used, they exhibit non-linear frequency response with heavily exaggerated bass owning to the front ports. They do offer a flexible set of inputs though. I use them next to a pair of Genelec 8050s, Mackie HR 824s and NS-10m, so I can get an idea of what PC monitor speakers sound like when mixing. They are dreadful but serve as a useful comparison.
Rating: 4 out of 10
posted Sunday, 14-Mar-10 at 10:49
a hobbyist user
from England writes:
If you like bass don't buy these speakers! The slightest bit of sub makes them fart all over the place, even if played at low volumes... Spend Â£100 on a half decent hi-fi amp and a pair of speakers instead! Build quality good, sound poor.
Rating: 2 out of 10
posted Monday, 15-Mar-04 at 15:15
check out harmony central reviews of these things. I hope they fixed it in the new ones.
Rating: 7 out of 10
posted Sunday, 02-Mar-03 at 22:5
a hobbyist user
from USA writes:
Paid $85 new for these as a gift for a family member. Definitely an excellent deal. Bass response isn't as full as say Event 20/20's but that's easy to forgive considering the woofers arent even 4" wide! Excellent construction quality too. Very solid and the ends are actually real wood and not particle board with wallpaper,ha. If you're using some crappy computer speakers because you're 'broke' you now have no excuse. $85 won't break the wallet and your mixes will improve. Recommended for all highschool kids trying to pound out grooves with Reason and their dinky Soundblaster! ;)
Rating: 9 out of 10
posted Tuesday, 24-Dec-02 at 4:0
I think they`re quite good!! Pretty flat response. Best solution if money is tight as they sound fairly pro!!
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