IK Multimedia iLoud MTM - White


Active 2-Way Monitor

  • With 1" tweeter and 2x 3.5" woofer/midrange with powerful bass reflex system
  • Vertical or horizontal positioning
  • 0° - 20° tilting stand is included
  • Fully automatic integrated digital calibration via included measurement microphone
  • Completely DSP-controlled
  • XLR/Jack combo input (symmetrical)
  • 3.5 mm Mono jack input for ARC measurement microphone
  • SPL (Sound pressure level): 103 dB SPL @ 1 m
  • Frequency response: 50 to 24,000 Hz (+/- 2dB)
  • Separate Class-D amplifiers for tweeters and woofers with 30 and 70 W RMS respectively
  • Linear-phase crossover at 3.1 kHz with variable slope
  • Filter settings: High Shelf (+/- 2 dB @ 8 kHz), Low Shelf (+2 /-3 dB @ 100 Hz), Desktop (-4 dB @ 160 Hz, +1 @ 1.8 kHz)
  • Dimensions: 264 x 160 x 130 mm
  • Weight: 2.5 kg
  • Includes a power cable, ARC measurement microphone with connection cable, tilting stand, horizontal support feet, and a locking key
Speaker size 2x 3,5", 1x 1"
Amplifier power per unit (RMS) 100 W
Magnetic Shielding No
Analogue XLR Input Yes
Analogue Input (Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (Mini Jack) No
Analogue Input (RCA) No
Digital input No
Manual frequency correction Yes
available since May 2020
Item number 484667
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Frequency range min. 50 Hz
Frequency range max. 24000 Hz
Dimensions 264 x 160 x 130 mm
Weight 2,5 kg
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I wish it had a second input, but they do their job
lucantastic 02.03.2021
What to say: they are powerful, they sound great, automatic equaliser is well engineered, and while still being monitors and shooting back at you a neutral sound, you still get a pleasant round dynamic if you just want to enjoy some music. I use them sometimes with a stage piano, sometimes I try to produce my own music on Logic and this ranges jazz to full-out electro, I play the sax (incl. digital) and I sing. And of course, I also enjoy heavy gaming. At least to my ears, I enjoy the sound better than my previous Yamaha HS series, but that's just me. I have two of them and in an apartment it's more than plenty, round and louder than needed. I don't think I would enjoy a single monitor, though, it's still very compact and it benefits from support in the lower frequencies, either a second monitor (works great) so you can keep power low and still enjoy strong loud frequencies, or if you have an old sub lying around (like I did) it's even better. They're not cheap, I don't think I would have paid for an extra sub, though, two pieces run at almost 700EUR, a decent sub is another 300, at 1k EUR I guess there's plenty of options.

One last comment: they are small and look great. My home studio is for everyone to see, this one variable made the difference with my wife.

Great buy, they're here to stay.


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Great sound, fatal flaws
El Mano 05.06.2021
TLDR; Dont buy these speakers due to poor quality controll (coil whine at 220v).

Despite their size, these speaker can deliver good audio. Perfect for the small home office where you want good sound, but dont necessarily have the perfect environment. I am no pro, but the sound coming out of these speakers are fantastic (again, considering the size). Positioning is excellent, details are fair and I dont feel that there is a need for a subwoofer when listening at moderate levels. If you really want to blast these speakers you can, but you'll run into some port chuffing and need to EQ down the lower bass response limit.

Despite this, I would not recommend anyone buying these speakers right now due to coil whine, which seems to be a recurring problem on the IK-forums. Having tried firmware updates, switching cables and breaker groups/rooms, the problem persists and If you are dependent on the speakers to deliver a relaxing or critical presentation, I would give them a hard pass. I will be returning the speakers and hoping that an exchange will alleviate the problem, but it is a bit of a gamble AFAIK.