IK Multimedia iLoud MTM


Moniteur actif 2 voies

  • Calibrage numérique entièrement automatique intégré via le microphone de mesure fourni
  • Entièrement contrôlé par DSP
  • Tweeter 1" et 2x haut-parleurs de grave/médium 3,5"
  • Avec système Bass-Reflex puissant
  • Amplificateurs de classe D séparés pour tweeter et woofer de 30 et 70 Watt RMS respectivement
  • Positionnement vertical ou horizontal
  • Support de bureau inclinable de 0° à 20
  • Entrée : XLR / jack 6,3 mm symétriques
  • Entrée mini-jack mono 3,5 mm pour microphone de mesure ARC
  • Niveau maximal (1m) : 103 dB SPL
  • Réponse en fréquence (+/-2 dB) : 50 Hz - 24 kHz
  • Fréquence de coupure linéaire à 3,1 kHz avec pente variable
  • Filtre Shelf aigus : +/-2 dB @ 8 kHz
  • Filtre Shelf graves : +2 / -3 dB @ 100 Hz
  • Filtre bureau : -4 dB @160 Hz, +1 @ 1,8 kHz
  • Dimensions : 264 x 160 x 130 mm
  • Poids : 2,5 kg
  • Livré avec câble secteur, microphone de mesure ARC avec câble de raccordement, support de bureau pivotant, pieds pour montage horizontal et clé de verrouillage
Référencé depuis Juin 2019
Numéro d'article 457892
Conditionnement (UVC) 1 Pièce(s)
Haut-parleurs 2 x 3,5", 1 x 1"
Puissance par unité (RMS) 100 W
Blindage magnétique Non
Entrée XLR Oui
Entrée Jack Oui
Entrée mini jack Non
Entrée RCA Non
Entrée numérique Non
Correction de fréquence manuelle Oui
Réponse en fréquence min. 50 Hz
Réponse en fréquence max. 24000 Hz
Dimensions 264 x 160 x 130 mm
Poids 2,5 kg
Forme du chassis - Système de basses Bassreflex
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Excellent acaht
GabrielZen 26.10.2019
Incroyable son pour ce si petites enceintes! Le micro pour calibrer le son est parfait, le résultat est fantastique. En petit studio ou appartement ou même en camion ou camping-car, pour votre studio portable, je les recommande fortement !!!
Le son est de qualité et il y a beaucoup de basses (cela descend a 40Hz)
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Correct si la pièce n'est pas traitée acoustiquement
FredDel 27.01.2021
Bonne qualité sonore et excellent rapport qualité/prix si on a pas la pièce traitée acoustiquement. Manque de sub en dessous de 40Hz, il faudra ajouter un caisson pour ceux qui aiment les subs.
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Une erreur est malheureusement survenue, veuillez réessayer ultérieurement svp.
Must have for producers working in bad acoustic environment
Heavy stuff 30.09.2020
This is killer stuff. IKM made something truly valuable.

I came to a thought of buying MTMs right after my 7 inch Tannoys went to hell. I mean literally burned out. Bad electrical grid to be blamed. I also owned 5 inch JBL's even before that.

To be honest my initial thought was to buy some decent passive hi-fi speakers and external amp for them. That's more serious stuff that many pro producers advice to use. So I was browsing Youtube looking for some comparison tests. And I found out that MTMs which I've being ignoring for quite a long time because of their size and price have some unique and undeniable advantages.

Virtual tests can't be a ground for decision making but they helped me notice a solution for a problem I faced many times. The problem I'm talking about is translatability of your mixes.

Like a guitar cab, studio monitors are literally a box that contains speakers. And you know what? That box colors sound so much... I was shocked. I admit that other much more expensive studio monitors were constructed so well that resonances that their bodies reproduce are totally suitable but that's inapplicable to entry-level Focals, Adams, etc.

Thanks to an advanced and effective shape of MTM's body and their DSP side they are able to really give you a possibility to hear mixes as they are.

The downside of this approach is lack of volume and "feel". You are able to hear everything from 35HZ and higher legibly but your bass drum hardly may hit you right in the chest.

To sum it up MTM is best possible option for most music producers. If iLouds are out of your budget you may without a doubt save some money on buying audio interface, mics, soft and even (don't hit me) acoustic treatment. The calibration technology is perfect. 1 minute to spend and they sound absolutely precisely, accurately and beautifully if room you're working in is any better than an absolutely empty metal barrel.

Also I would like to highlight how good MTMs are in creating phantom center feeling. You may see VOXs, bass drums, snare and bass as if in the palm of your hand.

I just have to thank fate for what she did to my Tannoys. Which are totally fine products in their price range.
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Une erreur est malheureusement survenue, veuillez réessayer ultérieurement svp.
True Pros. Amazing value for the money!
EmilTrifa 07.04.2022
I work in radio and post production for more than 20 years. I spent my last years on Yamaha‘s HS7 and Genelec’s 8030s. My studio is acoustically treated and everything is well calculated but you cannot defeat the room. The size of the space is something you have to accommodate to.

All the work I have done on the Genelecs perfectly well on broadcast and also on stage. The only two aspects that kept bothering me where the clarity of the stereo imaging and the lack of low end. I could have got myself a subwoofer but that would not solve the room problems. I also took into consideration Sonarworks, but it is out of discussion since it uses almost 20% of the CPU resources of a strong Mac 24/7. So my only solution for the small studio was to find some speakers with room tuning built in. Before going the extra mile with Genelec and Neumann, I decided after reading a lot of reviews and watching a lot of videos to order the MTMs.

Installing was easy and fast since they went on the same microphone stands. First they sounded a little bit bassy, but after calibration the meds the highs and the details came to life and the low frequencies got tailored tailored. I want to mention that all the settings were at the beginning and are now on flat with 40Zh. The low end is absolutely amazing, you will have just enough bass to understand and be able to control everything properly. So in this regard they are the best choice over all other speakers with 5, 6, or 6,5 inch woofers. The tweeters are mild and silky and the highs will never give you your fatigue after long sessions of work or listening to different genres of music. Also after calibration the stereo imaging is absolutely fantastic. I also connected the USB B cable that came with my Pioneer DJ console and managed to update de firmware on both units to the latest 1.2.1.

My honest opinion is that these speakers are totally underrated on the market. At the moment I can say that they are fantastic value for the money and if you do the calibration and place them correctly in your treated room you will have tremendous results!

PS: After sending some pictures with my new speakers to my friends, they asked me what model of Genelers are they 🙈
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