|商品尺寸||12.7 x 15.24 x 25.4 cm; 10 克|
|包装清单||1 x iLoud MTM Lautsprecher, Netzteil, ARC Mikrofon|
IK Multimedia iLoud MTM 紧凑型录音室监听扬声器 2路系统 100W RMS-黑色
IK Multimedia iLoud MTM Compact Studio Monitor Speaker 2-Way 100W RMS - Black
- 设计：iLoud MTM采用中音-高音-中音的对称设计，带有一对3.5英寸的高性能低音扬声器和一个1英寸的拥有高清晰度，后室装载的高音扬声器
- iLoud MTM：利用IK过去20年的数字信号处理经验，在有用的频谱范围内提供真正的相位相干响应，以提供令人难以置信的逼真的自然声音
- 混音：使用iLoud MTM，您可以放心，监听扬声器针对房间的音响效果进行了优化，因此混音效果会更好
- 安装选项：iLoud MTM还包括一个用于水平放置的橡胶底座和一个底部螺纹，可方便地安装在麦克风支架上，以提供更多安装选项
- 性能：iLoud MTM使用数字信号处理技术来完全控制扬声器的性能，提供传统模拟设计无法实现的效果
- Design: iLoud MTM uses a midrange-tweeter-midrange symmetrical design with a pair of 3.5 Inch high Performance woofers and one 1 Inch high definition, back-chamber loaded tweeter
- iLoud MTM: Leverages IK’s 2 decades of DSP experience to offer a true phase-coherent response across the useful frequency spectrum, for unbelievably realistic, natural sound
- Mixes: With iLoud MTM, you can be confident your monitoring is optimized for your room’s acoustics, so your mixes will translate better
- Installation Options: iLoud MTM also includes a rubber base for horizontal placement and a bottom thread to mount conveniently on mic stands, for more installation options
- Performance: iLoud MTM uses the DSP techniques to provide total control over the speakers’ performance, delivering results simply not obtainable with traditional analogue designs
IK iLoud微型监听扬声器在业界享有盛誉。 各个级别的生产商和工程师都对小型扬声器的性能赞叹不已，为此IK使团队的理念更向前推进了一步-设计一款新的紧凑型扬声器以与5英寸，6英寸甚至8英寸的监听扬声器匹敌。 iLoud MTM改变了当今现代录音室监听扬声器的声音效果，准确性和便利性。 听到iLoud MTM的声音之后，您不会再去轻易选择传统的大型扬声器了。
Big sound in a small footprint
The perfect monitor for smaller studios
Ik specifically created iLoud MTM to address the most common issues you'd encounter in home and project studios. Mix confidently no matter where you find yourself with these unique features.
- Ideal balance and imaging, even at close distances
- MTM design minimizes desktop reflections
- ARC correction adjusts to your room's acoustics
- Tilting isolation stand for correct positioning
- Small enough for desktop use
Nearfield monitoring re-invented
High-resolution compact studio monitor
IK’s iLoud Micro Monitors stunned an industry. Producers and engineers marveled at the performance coming from such a small setup, so IK challenged it's team to push the concept even further.
The result is iLoud MTM.
Using the most advanced DSP techniques, iLoud MTM delivers results simply not obtainable with all-analog designs. Highs are neutral and defined, mids are clear and balanced, and lows are shockingly solid. With iLoud MTM, your mixes will sound better than ever.
- Phase-coherent sound for incredibly accurate and natural sound
- Ultra-flat 40 Hz - 24 kHz response with extended, controlled low end
- MTM design offers ultra-precise imaging even at short distances
- ARC self-calibration with included microphone adjusts to any room
- DSP-controlled for superior performance throughout
- Performance rivals speakers twice the size
Instantly adjust to any room environment
Today’s studios can be anywhere, from acoustician-designed spaces to a spare bedroom. Too many speaker manufacturers keep designing for ideal acoustic environments, ideal positioning and large listening distances. But many musicians simply don’t have that luxury.
Built-in acoustic self-calibration
iLoud MTM offers built-in acoustic self-calibration via the included ARC reference microphone, to automatically adjust the frequency response to its placement. Just set up the monitors, put the microphone in your preferred listening position, press a button and you’ll instantly have a custom calibration for the sweet spot of your listening environment.
Alter monitoring for your room's acoustics
Plus of course you can adjust low-frequency extension and trim the LF and HF response to your taste.
With iLoud MTM, you can be confident your monitoring is optimized for your room’s acoustics, so your mixes will translate better.
Adjust your angle in any situation
It’s often overlooked – your studio monitors’ tweeters need to point at your ears. This is even more critical in modern studios where more and more musicians are using them at very close distances, like on a desktop beside their laptop or computer screen.
iLoud MTM includes a tilting mount that not only helps isolate it, but also angles from 0° to 20° for correct positioning in a wide range of setups. That’s higher than most other “tilting” monitors, that too often can’t actually reach the needed angle for a desktop or other close-listening setup.
More installation options
iLoud MTM also includes a rubber base for horizontal placement, and a bottom thread to mount conveniently on mic stands, for more installation options.
Combined with their symmetrical design and phase-coherent response, iLoud MTM allows for ultra-focused and accurate monitoring anywhere.
Extended low-end to rival larger systems
iLoud Micro Monitor wowed the world with the bass performance it delivered from a 3” speaker that “defied physics”. But iLoud MTM offers even more, with even bass response down to an astonishing 40Hz ideal for modern music styles.
iLoud MTM debuts IK’s new patent-pending Physical Response Linearization (PRL) system, that uses a precise model of the enclosure’s design, construction and materials, combined with electro-mechanical measurements of the real units, to correct the system’s performance in real time. The result is a stunningly “firm,” balanced and defined low end, to surpass the sound of speakers even twice iLoud MTM’s size.
Deep bass is solid and firm - you won’t believe sound like this comes from a monitor so small.
Symmetrical MTM design for superior imaging and precision
iLoud MTM uses a midrange-tweeter-midrange symmetrical design, with a pair of 3.5” high performance woofers and one 1” high definition, back-chamber loaded tweeter, which provides ultra precise, defined, point source sound that can’t be achieved by traditional 2-way systems at close distances. This means an even more natural, life-like sound, where the speakers “disappear” and you can focus on the music. It also minimizes the ear fatigue caused by traditional 2- or 3-way designs, where different frequencies arrive at your ear at different times. So you can mix longer, with less effort.
iLoud MTM’s design also offers exceptional sound dispersion, enhancing the transparency and neutrality of what you hear. The controlled dispersion minimizes the impact of room acoustics, for even truer monitoring.
The end result is faster, easier mixing with better results.
On top of that this innovative design keeps the monitor dimensions to a minimum, 30 to 50% smaller than comparable features monitors, letting you set them up even in the smallest spaces.
I've only had these a couple of days but I really like them. I didn't think the original iLoud's were all that great when I listened to them in a music store's 'studio room', but the MTMs are in a completely different league.
**I have not yet broken these in all the way** so this review is based on 2 days of listening to several genres of music (Thomas Newman, Archspire, Jill Scott, The Faceless, contemporary orchestral, and a ton of crappy pop), trying a few basic mixes, and "making beats" (writing/recording electronic music).
The highs are very crisp and airy but not fatiguing. The mids have a lot of detail without seeming to far forward. The lows are the most surprising part. I wasn't expecting that much low-end out of such small drivers. Its tight and very controlled.
They are very well-built and feel solid. The included decoupling stands look nice (see "The Meh" below). The stands allow for huge vertical arc to aim the monitors at your face whether they are placed high or low.
I ran the onboard Arc calibration on both monitors. After you get the mic setup where you would normally sit, it takes about 5 seconds for the calibration to complete on each side. You'll need to calibrate each monitor. They sound different when switching between "FLAT" and "CAL" on the back after calibration, but I couldn't tell you if its actually better or really correcting the output for my room acoustics. Its just different. I'll trust the calibration and leave it on.
Next, the light on the front is a bit annoying because its pretty bright in a dim room, BUT it isn't blue (thank Jeebus!). A tiny piece of electrical tape you can't even see takes care of that annoyance.
Lastly in the "Meh" category, the stands don't seem to do much decoupling. I ended up cutting 2 Pentel White Erasers into 4 pieces each with a razor and placing them under the edges of the stands. This greatly reduced vibrations on my desk. I should order some proper decoupling pads. I guess I'll need to re-calibrate after that, too. No biggie, takes all of 5 seconds per side after you set up the included Arc mic in your sitting position <smile, wink, tooth sparkle, nod>.
My desk sits several feet away from a sound-treated wall behind it, so this isn't much of an issue for me, but it may affect you if your setup is very close to the wall and/or you have nothing to absorb sound on the wall behind your monitors. These are rear-ported and they do produce port noise over a range of low frequencies. At my seated position I can't hear it, but if I walk around the side or behind my desk while a mix is running I can definitely hear them buzz. I only thought to look for this after watching several YouTube videos showing these producing port noise. It might also be loose wiring vibrating inside - who knows.
Anecdote 1: I had a set of Focal CMS50s a long time ago that had loose wires in them that vibrated (they weren't taped down inside the enclosure). I sent them in for repair since the ports on those were front-facing and I could hear it clearly. After I got them back I sold them and bought a pair of CMS65s that had the same problem. Got them 'repaired' and have been using them ever since.
I'm keeping the MTMs. At 700 bucks a pair I don't think I'll find more revealing monitors anywhere near this price range.
I have a set of Focal CMS65s that cost more than twice as much as the MTMs when I bought them nearly a decade ago, and they don't sound as nice or detailed. I need to take frequent breaks when using the Focals or I get ear fatigue and just want silence - I don't experience that with the MTMs. The Focals take up more desk space and don't reproduce lows anywhere near as well as the MTMs.
Anecdote 2: I had a set of Presonus Eris E5s with a Temblor T8 sub for about a month that were nowhere near as 'crisp' or punchy and honestly that sub turned everything under 80Hz to mud no matter where I placed it or how I tuned it. The sub on the Vizio SB2821 connected to my TV sounds cleaner. That Eris 2.1 set costs less than a pair of MTMs ... and it sounded like it. I like Presonus software and gear in general, but that sub is garbage.
It does bug me a bit when I think about the port noise (or loose wires or whatever it is), but since it doesn't affect me in my setup, I am willing to live with knowing it exists ... although I wouldn't say no to a replacement pair 'guaranteed' not to buzz the port (just because). At 350 each these really shouldn't have buzzing ports. Again, let me stress that I can't hear it seated at my desk. I only hear it when I step off to the side or behind my desk.
Which is also one of the reasons I have not gotten around to doing an extensive video overview.