Together, the BX drivers deliver critical detail, nuance and dynamic accuracy, so your mixes have the veracity and transparency you demand. BX8-D3 monitors have a rear- mounted bass port, meticulously engineered to the exact length and diameter. The result? Deep, defined bass response with maximum bass extension and resolution. When combined with a smoothly-flared port, BX8-D3 monitors markedly reduce theaudibly-intrusive air turbulence that results when bass is played back at high sound pressure levels SPLs.
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The point of isolation pads are to eliminate vibrations that occur between your desk and the studio monitor. Having vibrations can cause new frequencies to be created. This is bad because the new frequencies will muddy up your mix and in-turn give you an inaccurate sound. The tweeter plays all the frequencies that are above 2. There is a pretty wide frequency response on the BX8.
With this, you can hear enough lows for most purposes and plenty of treble beyond what the human ear can hear.. At higher volumes, the included isolation pads to do a great job at reducing vibrations. There is a simple volume knob on the back. It might be a bit of a pain to access if you want to change the volume. M-Audio kept everything nice and simple on the BX8. I like simplicity when it comes to audio equipment. The overall build of the BX8 is very solid. You can tell that M-Audio put a lot of work into the design of these monitors.
You are either going to love or hate the fact that the BX8 is large. If your studio has limited space, you might want to check the dimensions of the BX8 before buying. The dimensions of the BX8 are 12 inches wide, 10 inches long and 15 inches tall. These speakers are also heavy, weighing in at 24 pounds a speaker. They are much harder to accidentally knock over! The M-Audio BX8 has a very crisp, but flat sound that is perfect for mixing. These monitors are LOUD. The bass frequencies are fantastic!
The bass is smooth and accurate. In the treble frequencies, you get a very luxurious, detailed sound. The mids especially sound nice. Everyone loved the clean, natural sound that these monitors produced.
No frequencies are left distorted or muddy. These monitors are designed for studio use. This might be obvious for most of you, but there were a couple reviews complaining about the flat sound. These monitors were designed to provide a flat, accurate sound for mixing. They sound very close to what the actual recording is supposed to sound like.
A complaint I saw was that the volume knob and the power switch was a bit difficult to access. The amount of loudness packed into the BX8 is phenomenal!
M-audio BX8 D2 Studio Monitor Pair
Previous Next This product is discontinued or not available. Call us on or send us a mail for advice on a replacement. We leveraged technology from our high-end monitors to extend the frequency response and provide an even more natural listening experience. The M-Audio BX8 D2 monitors leverage a decade of monitor engineering expertise to deliver exceptional transparency and sonic definition—allowing you to enjoy marathon mixing sessions with minimal listening fatigue.
M-Audio BX8 D2 - speakers Specs
The point of isolation pads are to eliminate vibrations that occur between your desk and the studio monitor. Having vibrations can cause new frequencies to be created. This is bad because the new frequencies will muddy up your mix and in-turn give you an inaccurate sound. The tweeter plays all the frequencies that are above 2.
M-Audio BX5 D2
Have they succeeded? The rear panel houses the input jack and XLR sockets, as well as the input gain control. Each cabinet measures x x mm HxWxD , weighs in at 5kg, and is attractively finished in satin-black vinyl laminate. As with the majority of nearfield compact speakers, the cabinets are ported to make the most of the low end. On these, the flared port is on the rear panel, to avoid port noise being directed towards the listening position.