Versatile and low profile.
The Genelec M030 active studio monitors strike a perfect balance for project and professional studios. They are capable of effectively reproducing low end frequencies when mixing dance music, as well as less bass-intensive program material such as commercials and acoustic music. Its sound is clear and honest, and mix decisions made on the M030AM can be made with confidence.
For studios with multiple monitor sets, the M030AM is a perfect middle, sandwiched somewhere between an Auratone clone and a monitor set with high power and a subwoofer. They are made from fully recyclable fiber composite material, and feature Genelec's Intelligent Signal Sensing, which powers the unit down after not seeing signal for a while.
- System type:Active
- Low-frequency driver: 5"
- Mid-frequency driver:Not applicable
- High-frequency driver: 3/4"
- Full-range driver:Not applicable
- Driver type:Info not available
- Frequency response: 58Hz – 21kHz
- Max peak SPL:103 dB
- Amplifier class:Info not available
- Output power: 50W
- Onboard Features
- Input connectors:XLR, TRS
- Standby mode:No
- Acoustic space control:Yes
- Power indicator:Yes
- Width: 7.5"
- Height: 10.7"
- Depth: 7.5"
- Weight: 8.8 lb.
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M030 Active 2-Way Monitor (Each) Specifications:
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Comments about Genelec M030 Active 2-Way Monitor (Each):
My first pair of monitors, so happy to have them.
They are beautiful, compact, and works really well in my untreated/kind-of-reverberant room. Genelec sound quality even scares me, sometimes it sounds like the speakers are bad, but actually it's because you hear so much truth in the recordings that you can easily detect lo-fi mixes and hi-fi mixes. afterall i've never messed around with monitor speakers on my own before. perfect stereo imaging. gorgeous details, flat sound, although when placed directly on the table and/or near a wall can get bass notes a little dirty sometimes, but this is easily fixable (and I actually like the dirtyness for listening pourposes)