Numark NPM5 altavoz - Altavoces (PC, Portátil, Incorporado, Con cables, RCA, Plástico) Negro
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Descripción del producto
AC input frequency: 50 Hz
AC input voltage: 230 V
Altura: 302 mm
Ancho: 200 mm
Formato de Subwoofer: 127 mm (5 ")
Material de la carcasa: Plástico
Number of drivers: 2
Peso: 6000 g
Potencia estimada RMS: -
Power source type: AC
Profundidad: 190 mm
Rango de frecuencia: -
Recommended usage: PC
Speaker interface type: RCA
Speaker placement: Portátil
Tecnología de conectividad: Con cables
Tipo de sistema: -
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These are the best monitors you can buy for under $100. The absolute best.
But there are some minor drawbacks. These monitors do not quite have the weight I was expecting from them. The case is a bit thinner plastic and not molded evenly (tolerances seem a bit off). This seems to color the sound a bit and there is a bit of uneven output from each side. The output can be changed and tweaked at the source to compensate, but that seems to defeat their purpose.
I did laugh as other reviewers have stated, the emblems on the speaker grills were crooked and easily removed.
The power LED does not bother me. In fact it reminds me to turn them off when I am done.
I would use different speaker wire than is supplied.
The upside: Powerful, clean amplification and good value.
The downside: Casing adds colored sound, a bit uneven output.
These are good active monitors for the price. Just not over the top crazy 5 star rating worthy.
I was moving these monitors and "GASP" dropped the passive speaker about 2 1/2 feet onto a cement floor. Needless to say it did not like that too much. There were a few chips off the cabinet and a rattle (of course) that I had to address so I had to take the speaker apart. Once I got a look at the guts of the speaker, I became a bit less impressed with this unit. It has very cheap foam insulation only lining the sides and not the back, the tweeter capacitor is glued and appears very inexpensive. With the face off, the cabinet has considerable flex to it.
With the rattle fixed, I am now toying with the idea of tweaking this unit. I am playing with the idea of replacing the capacitors, improving insulation and finding someway to brace the plastic case without increasing flex problems.
These are definitively MONITORS and are VERY directional and placement is very critical for optimal listening. You will not fill a room with great sound with these but can enjoy them at ear level and positioned appropriately.
After the "break in" period (bad pun intended) I would now rate these as a 3 star value.
If one is looking for inexpensive, compact very good sounding computer/dorm room/apartment 2.0 SPEAKERS, I am very, very happy with the following:
Lepai Tripath TA2020 amplifier (very small, clean amplifier) $29
Dayton Audio Bookshelf Speakers B652 $39.50
Speaker wire (your choice)
3.5mm to RCA cable (to connect computer/MP3 player) $1.91
An alternative set of speakers that are very nice sounding and if you wish to spend a little more are MTX 5I bookshelf monitors for $59.95.
You can have a lot of fun with spending between $70-90 dollars for a set up less than these monitors. That is if you are looking for speakers, not monitors.