“Most consumers out there will refer to the common names in the industry such as the likes of Logitech, Altec Lansing, Klipsch and even Creative (I am not stating that these brands are bad). Lastly, most people will also look to base their purchase decision based on the wattage of the system. This in itself is the wrong way to approach it.
Enter the brand of M-Audio. It’s likely that some of you may have never heard of this brand before. Yet M-Audio is at the forefront of supplying audio for studio professionals, upcoming artists and musicians so that these musicians can create music the way the way it was meant to be heard.
Today I will be reviewing the M-Audio AV 40 Desktop Speaker System that is available for those music making folks whom need a portable speaker setup or for those just wanting a taste of professional sound.”
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M-Audio may seem like a no-name brand to many PC gamers, but anyone who has done anything related to the audio trade will recognize the name right off the bat. These M-Audio Studiophile AV 40 speakers will give you a sound that goes a bit beyond what you might expect with a desktop speaker system, as they have a rather impressive response. Check out the full specs of these speakers at ModSynergy.