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Announced in late August 2008, the M-Audio DSM2 is a professional studio monitoring speaker.

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Pros

low frequencies come through with no distortion

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can work with it for hours without any loss of clarity, won't overheat

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reproduces sound very accurately, good coverage of the full range

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plenty of power output in a reasonably compact construction

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lots of connection options to choose from, will work with your personal preference

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high frequencies are clear and clean without being overly crisp

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Cons

just the slightest muddiness can be detected in some areas of the mid-range

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not quite the deep range support found in the M-Audio DSM3

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Announced in late August 2008, the M-Audio DSM2 is a professional studio monitoring speaker. Allowing for a variety of inputs, including balanced analogue and digital with support up to 24-bit/192kHz, the DSM2 features a 1" tweeter and a 8" low-and-mid range driver that is capable of pumping out up to 180W of sound. Expected to ship in the fourth quarter, the DSM1 has an MSRP of $749.95. An less expensive model with a smaller low frequency driver, the M-Audio DSM1, was released at the same time.

Features
  • 8” anodized-aluminum cone LF driver
  • 1” Teteron soft fabric Neodymium HF driver with built-in heat sink
  • broad range of onboard digital EQ controls
  • DSP-controlled digital crossover and EQ
  • 180W Class D bi-amplification
  • analog and digital inputs (XLR and 1/4″, S/PDIF and AES)
  • high-density cabinet
  • custom bass-reflex dual-sided flared ports
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