|商品尺寸||13.49 x 8.99 x 18.01 cm; 1.72 公斤|
IK Multimedia iLoud Micro Monitors 桌面3寸超紧凑型蓝牙音响录音室有源监听音箱 黑色
iLoud Micro Monitor是全球超小型录音室参考监听器。 两个便携式双功放扬声器可提供50瓦RMS功率，并具有四个高性能D类功放，包括45Hz低音延伸。 两个音箱都配有3/4英寸的高音扬声器，一个3英寸的低音扬声器和一个倒相式音箱口。 56位DSP确保线性频率再现，可通过三个后部开关进行调节。 可以在两个不同的角度将监听器调整到各自的聆听位置。 和受欢迎的iLoud一样，iLoud超小型监听器也可以通过蓝牙进行无线操作。
High power, smallest footprint
When the original iLoud speaker was released, it set a new standard for portable power and sonic accuracy in an ultra-small, portable form factor. iLoud Micro Monitor is a natural evolution of that design concept, and just like popular predecessor, offer a completely new and unmatched sonic experience.
Hi-end features without the high-end price
When it comes to small monitors, you’re traditionally limited to two choices — cheap, “budget” monitors that can be better described as a couple of “wooden” boxes with “some kind of” speakers usually costing in the $100-$200 (per pair) range, or high quality monitors well over the $600-$700 (per pair). Only iLoud Micro Monitor offers you the features and characteristics of high-end monitors (sonic accuracy, definition, reference-response, bi-amplification, DSP control, positioning EQ, integrated isolation base) and more at almost the cost of a budget monitor. Now when you’re working in small studio spaces, you can finally hear a perfect representation of your music without having to compromise between features and cost.
You can easily use iLoud Micro Monitor with all your favorite gear.
Sending an audio signal to it couldn’t be easier. It has inputs for both RCA and 1/8” connectors, and it can also receive audio via Bluetooth from any Bluetooth-enabled device.
The first monitor that can travel with you
Because iLoud Micro Monitors are the smallest - and lightest (1.7kg / 60.7oz) - monitors in the world, you can now for the first time ever have a true reference monitor system everywhere you go.
If you do productions on the go, you will now have a travel companion that will give you trustworthy sound anywhere — just pack them into your gigbag or backpack with your laptop and go.
iLoud Micro Monitors also feature an integrated mic stand thread (UNC 3/8”-16) so you can easily place them on any regular pair of mic stands giving you the best possible monitoring conditions in the smallest places without adding expensive accessories.
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With that being said, there is a huge negative - a turning point - that severely impacts my view of these monitors. First of all, they are advertised to have decent to great low-end for such a small form factor. However, at around 50 Hz, there is a very noticeable "high-pitched" port noise that really affects bottom-heavy mixes (typically the hip-hop genres). You simply cannot ignore the noise when a kick-drum hits or when an 808 instrument is playing. At first, I believed that my product was a defective unit. However, I did some research and found that others had the same issues. The same shriekingly annoying whining sounds when reaching around 50 Hz.
Another issue I have is that the speakers clip at such low listening volumes. I for one am not a fan of listening to music with such high levels and have always been keen on protecting my ears. However, when a song is at minute volumes and the clipping indicator goes off, then that is obviously a problem.
In a perfect scenario, if these monitors didn't have these issues, then they would absolutely be the best monitors to buy under 300 dollars (for the form factor). Hopefully IK Multimedia responds to these complaints because they are not only highlighted through my testings but other users as well. Thanks for reading.
I gave it a 4-star rating because when I set my Kawai to the first setting, SK Concert Grand, C5, the octave above middle C creates an unbearable sympathetic vibration buzz from the right speaker. I had to press my finger on the bottom of the grille to silence it. pushed on the grille and that solved the problem for a short time only. I called Amazon and they shipped me another set overnight! No charge.
I unwrapped the box and took out the right speaker only. I plugged it in and low and behold, the horrid buzzing sympathetic vibration on C5 is the same. RATS! I tried to create a shim to press on the grate around the bottom edge, but the depth of the speaker housing will not let me secure a shim of rubber, electrical tape or folded paper. I attempted to pull the grate off, but its one there tight, but by pulling up on the bottom of the grate with a screwdriver, I was able to alter the grate enough to squelch the vibration.
I bought the MP7 SE because it has the same newer action of the ES 8, the same sounds, and a lot more sounds, many more organ, and brass sounds. I wanted the MP7SE because I can mimic many pipe organ sounds, I can blend 4 channels at once, I can set overlapping splits, and the B3 C3 sounds are incredible. For most gigs that I would do, the iLouds at 50 watts will be sufficient, I can also run the Kawai into one of my mixing boards and run another out into a larger external set of speakers or into another amp to supplement and enhance the volume while keeping the same iLoud sound. I did something similar with the ES8 keeping the internal speakers on while running a line out into a larger amp, like a 100 watt or 200 watt Roland or Peavey, or any hi quality sounding amp with one, two or three-way speakers.
At home I had actually been running my Kawai MP7SE into an Aric Audio custom made hi fi pre amp into a 100 watt ADCOM amp connected to a set of ALON 1 speakers. Nice sound. Since I got the iLouds I have not, they give me a purer balanced sound like the ES 8 but with more power. The ES 8 has 30 watts internal.
The setting on the back sound good too. I use "desk" and keep the high end flat, and when I boost the volume to 3/4 up, I cut the low end, and I still get plenty of low end. The bass on the B3 patches really comes out. The low end of the pianos sound full and balanced too, the sound is authentic and crisp.
IK was smart to put the "desk" EQ switch on the back as it did help clear up some muddiness with them on my desk with a wall very close behind. After some extra testing with the HF and LF switches, I decided to leave the HF set to +3 and LF at 0. I'm not doing any mastering so I like a little bit of brightness in my speakers. Obviously, everyone's ears are different so I encourage you to play with it and see what sounds best to you.
Honestly, I am really questioning why I wouldn't keep these and just sell the big JBLs. Getting back some desk space is a win in my book, and I really don't feel like I'm giving up anything with these iLoud micro monitors. I was fortunate enough to get these for $199 on Black Friday but they are well worth the $299 regular price, without a doubt. It would be interesting to try the room correction EQ mic some day, but for now, I'm absolutely blown away by the performance stuffed into such a small cabinet. Think you can find something that else sounds this good in a cabinet of this size? You can't.