Alesis: a proud history of studio monitor design
If you were making music during the Clinton administration, you probably had tons of Alesis gear in your home studio — looking at old photographs of any Sonido Live employee's 1990s-era home studio proves it. An ADAT machine was a certainty. You also probably had a QuadraVerb, and maybe an SR-16 drum machine. A lot of us also used Alesis Monitor One studio monitors — they were reasonably priced and offered performance beyond what most home recordists could afford. In 1999, Alesis brought us the M1 Active series. Now at generation 3, the M1 Active series continues Alesis' proud tradition of professional sound at an affordable price.
Alesis M1 Active MK3 Features:
- 65W active studio monitor with 5" aluminum low-frequency driver and 1" silk dome tweeter
- Bi-amplified design delivers a sound that's both powerful and accurate
- Computer-optimized tweeter waveguide exhibits excellent imaging
- Front-firing ports deliver low end all the way down to 45Hz
- Balanced combo input allows for flexible installation