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It depends on which speakers you order. The 3.5 and 4.5 come with everything necessary, but the 5 and higher definitely do not come with everything you need. Just the speaker and AC adapter.
Whitney
· February 16, 2021
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Take a piece of t-shirt and bring it back and forth between your face and the monitors.. you will hear that even something like a tshirt of pantyhose, has a considerable effect on the sound projection. Also, having grills on the speaker looks cheap imo..
Heath Purser
· July 29, 2019
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There are better choices for that -- you want speakers with a built-in mic preamp, and probably higher wattage amplifiers. You may also want folding speaker tripods.
I suggest you puchase speakers designed for this, with a tripod screw hole on the bottom, and XLR mic inputs. For example, Bose EONS sound amazing for mu… see more
There are better choices for that -- you want speakers with a built-in mic preamp, and probably higher wattage amplifiers. You may also want folding speaker tripods.
I suggest you puchase speakers designed for this, with a tripod screw hole on the bottom, and XLR mic inputs. For example, Bose EONS sound amazing for music as well.
You may also wish to purchase a good wireless mic.
Think of it as a system.
The size of the room and the audience determine the required size and power of speakers. see less
There are better choices for that -- you want speakers with a built-in mic preamp, and probably higher wattage amplifiers. You may also want folding speaker tripods.
I suggest you puchase speakers designed for this, with a tripod screw hole on the bottom, and XLR mic inputs. For example, Bose EONS sound amazing for music as well.
You may also wish to purchase a good wireless mic.
Think of it as a system.
The size of the room and the audience determine the required size and power of speakers.

Mr Techie
· December 31, 2020
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Ideally they should, unless you’re using the Presonus Audiobox (or any other audio interface) and you connect headphones to that. In which case, they won’t mute.
BlueSmith
· June 9, 2018
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Hi, there are not volume controls for the speakers, so you would need to make your source material be balanced. Usually with a computer there are ways to do that in the software.
If this was helpful, please consider purchasing from us (pixelproaudio on Amazon). We can help with support after the sale as well. We have… see more
Hi, there are not volume controls for the speakers, so you would need to make your source material be balanced. Usually with a computer there are ways to do that in the software.
If this was helpful, please consider purchasing from us (pixelproaudio on Amazon). We can help with support after the sale as well. We have it in stock and ready to ship. - Pixel Pro Audio see less
Hi, there are not volume controls for the speakers, so you would need to make your source material be balanced. Usually with a computer there are ways to do that in the software.
If this was helpful, please consider purchasing from us (pixelproaudio on Amazon). We can help with support after the sale as well. We have it in stock and ready to ship. - Pixel Pro Audio

pixelproaudio
Seller · September 11, 2016
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No, you will need to supply a connection cable to run from the speaker to your Focusrite 2i2. Double check to verify that you have a TRS input on your 2i2 if that's the case you should be able to use a 1/4 to 1/4 Stereo cable or an RCA to 1/4 Stereo cable. Note that the 1/4 input to the speaker is TRS (Balanced) and th… see more No, you will need to supply a connection cable to run from the speaker to your Focusrite 2i2. Double check to verify that you have a TRS input on your 2i2 if that's the case you should be able to use a 1/4 to 1/4 Stereo cable or an RCA to 1/4 Stereo cable. Note that the 1/4 input to the speaker is TRS (Balanced) and the RCA output is unbalanced. An example of a 1/4 to RCA cable would be a Hosa CPR-201 or CPR-202. see less No, you will need to supply a connection cable to run from the speaker to your Focusrite 2i2. Double check to verify that you have a TRS input on your 2i2 if that's the case you should be able to use a 1/4 to 1/4 Stereo cable or an RCA to 1/4 Stereo cable. Note that the 1/4 input to the speaker is TRS (Balanced) and the RCA output is unbalanced. An example of a 1/4 to RCA cable would be a Hosa CPR-201 or CPR-202.
Musicality LLC
Seller · January 23, 2021
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I have not heard the Mackie's are nice as are the AV40's. I hold AV40's in very high regard for this price point. I was going to buy a set of those however a couple of my friends already both had a set and I wanted something different. I looked high and low and was able to hear a set of these in person and I was hooked… see more I have not heard the Mackie's are nice as are the AV40's. I hold AV40's in very high regard for this price point. I was going to buy a set of those however a couple of my friends already both had a set and I wanted something different. I looked high and low and was able to hear a set of these in person and I was hooked. These are the nicest sounding of the three IMHO. I have steered a few others towards these and everyone has not only been happy, they have also been blown away by the sound at this price point. :-) see less I have not heard the Mackie's are nice as are the AV40's. I hold AV40's in very high regard for this price point. I was going to buy a set of those however a couple of my friends already both had a set and I wanted something different. I looked high and low and was able to hear a set of these in person and I was hooked. These are the nicest sounding of the three IMHO. I have steered a few others towards these and everyone has not only been happy, they have also been blown away by the sound at this price point. :-)
EIS-MAN
· November 16, 2015
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son dos monitores, uno principal y el otro esclavo.
Saludos.

Luigigar7
· April 11, 2019
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No pair of headphones can accurately convey what your music sounds like in a room. If you're serious about recording and mixing, monitors are the best way to go... Unfortunately these are probably not your best bet. While these sound great to listen to, for critical listening you should spend a little more money and ge… see more No pair of headphones can accurately convey what your music sounds like in a room. If you're serious about recording and mixing, monitors are the best way to go... Unfortunately these are probably not your best bet. While these sound great to listen to, for critical listening you should spend a little more money and get the Eris 8s. The 4.5s start to thin out when you push the volume... You can start to hear the bass and low end getting a bit artificial as soon as you try to crank it up. As for the Eris 8s, I have never heard speakers so beautiful and detailed at this price point. You will NOT regret spending the extra money to get the 8s, if you are specifically looking for recording studio caliber monitors. Check out your mixes on earbuds afterwards to see if they stack up, and enjoy the bliss of hearing your creation come to life in the room. Hope that helps see less No pair of headphones can accurately convey what your music sounds like in a room. If you're serious about recording and mixing, monitors are the best way to go... Unfortunately these are probably not your best bet. While these sound great to listen to, for critical listening you should spend a little more money and get the Eris 8s. The 4.5s start to thin out when you push the volume... You can start to hear the bass and low end getting a bit artificial as soon as you try to crank it up. As for the Eris 8s, I have never heard speakers so beautiful and detailed at this price point. You will NOT regret spending the extra money to get the 8s, if you are specifically looking for recording studio caliber monitors. Check out your mixes on earbuds afterwards to see if they stack up, and enjoy the bliss of hearing your creation come to life in the room. Hope that helps
studiohermit
· September 10, 2014
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Si, son 2.
Es el par

andres santibañez robles
· July 5, 2021