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An Ideal Reference Monitor for Music Production The MSP series has become the new standard in reference monitors, and is now augmented by a new, compact member: the MSP3. Although compact in size, the MSP3 faithfully delivers the high-quality reference sound you expect from the MSP series, and is an ideal choice not only for the small private studio or post-production setup, but also as a monitor for electronic musical instruments or surround reproduction. MSP3 Features An Ideal Reference Monitor for Music Production Compact Size with High-quality MSP Sound Versatile Inputs and Controls Ceiling and Wall Mounting Options (Sold Separately)


Best smallest active monitor

...lot of speaker with nice detail and clarity. In most ways I even preferred it to the larger MSP7. Even their MSP3 is an excellent small monitor, I would not hesitate to travel with a pair due to their size and surprisingly full sound. I have not heard the ADAM A5 yet, need to check them...

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Prodipe Pro 8 Studio Monitors? any owners?

...say that it must be my setup then, but, to repeat "Also, 3 other monitors (alesis m1 active mk2, yamaha msp3 and adam a7x) in the same setup do not hum/hiss, so it wasn't my setup/house-wiring-electricity." I wanted these to work so much, I tried to put up with the noise but, to me,...

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Upgrading to 5.1 (Monitors, Inteface, Controllers) makes sense, mainly because I can recover my investment later on. I also have been thinking and a MSP3 setup can always be upgraded later on, my only concern is really how crippled would I be in the meantime. I mean my room already is not even the close to the size...

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