M-Audio M3-8 Active Studio Monitor (Single)


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M-Audio’s M3-8 active studio monitor brings 3-way monitoring performance to a 2-way footprint for a one-of-a-kind affordable price. Get it at the guaranteed lowest possible price with free delivery at Sam Ash Direct.

The M-Audio M3-8 active studio monitor is designed with a real wood baffle to bolster its 8" woven Kevlar low-frequency driver, 5" woven Kevlar mid-frequency driver, and 1" silk dome tweeter, this 220W monitor provides studio-quality sound any engineer can afford.

  • Full-range 3-way monitoring in a compact footprint

  • Real wood baffle and optimized internal bracing provide exceptional tonal balance

  • Inline 5" woven Kevlar mid-frequency driver and 1" silk dome tweeter provide superior imaging

  • 8" woven Kevlar low-frequency driver provides critical bass response

  • 3-band EQ with bypass and switchable highpass filter offer flexibility to fit any studio


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M-AudioM3-8 Active Studio Monitor (Single)

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Fantastic Monitor1


from Tarpon Springs, FL

About Me Audiophile, Educator, Professional musician


  • Attractive Design
  • Good Power Output
  • Great Sound Quality


    Best Uses

    • DJ / Mixing
    • Smaller Rooms

    Comments about M-Audio M3-8 Active Studio Monitor (Single):

    We purchased two pairs of this speaker for a new Music Industry program at the high school where I teach. Received them yesterday, got them out of the box and really haven't let them sit idle since.

    They're sitting next to some iconic studio monitors, Tannoy Monitor Golds built in 1964. These are the first speakers I've heard that surpass that Tannoy soundstage. I'm a big believer in single point source speakers. These monitors have the tweeter mounted inside of the mid.

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