Swissonic ASM7


Active Studio Monitors

  • 2-Way system with class A/B AB amplifiers
  • Power: 80 W Bi-amplified (60 + 20 W)
  • Woofer: 6.5" (165 mm)
  • Natural silk tweeter: 1" (25 mm)
  • Frequency range: 45 - 20,000 Hz
  • Crossover frequency: 2700 Hz
  • Noise ratio > 95 dB (type A-weighted)
  • Input impedance: 20 kOhm balanced / 10 kOhm unbalanced
  • Inputs: XLR balanced, 6.3 mm jack balanced, RCA connector unbalanced
  • Status LED
  • Standby function
  • Housing made of MDF with vinyl laminate
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 213 x 321 x 230 mm
  • Weight: 6.9 kg
  • Price for pair

Adjustment options of the sound:

  • HF trim: -2 dB, 0 dB, +2 dB
  • Low cut: flat, 80 Hz and 100 Hz
  • Acoustic space: 0 dB, -2 dB, -4 dB
available since March 2015
Item number 350077
sales unit 1 pair(s)
Speaker size 1x 6,5"
Amplifier power per unit (RMS) 60 W
Magnetic Shielding No
Analogue XLR Input Yes
Analogue Input (Jack) Yes
Analogue Input (Mini Jack) No
Analogue Input (RCA) Yes
Digital input No
Manual frequency correction Yes
Frequency range min. 45 Hz
Frequency range max. 20000 Hz
Dimensions 213 x 321 x 230 mm
Weight 6,9 kg
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Really surprising! Both good and bad.
Shadetreepaul 08.09.2020
I upgraded from the Presonus Eris E3.5 studio monitors which I absolutely loved, but it was time to get a bit more of the frequency spectrum for mixing and mastering. I was debating between going with the Eris E5's and these, but I bought these because I generally love everything that Thomann makes for their in house brands. I have to say, for the price these are incredible!

I need more time to mix and master with them before commenting on the audio quality, but my initial impression is they sound very clear. I can hear each frequency much more clearly than with my E3.5s, and the stereo spectrum is also more audible.

My only complaint (and maybe this is normal) is that these speakers are incredibly noisy when they are on and no sound is being produced. The white noise hiss from the tweeters and even the low hum from the speaker is very loud - it was inaudible with my E3.5s. And I made sure that this wasn't caused by bad cables or ground loops. So maybe I was spoiled with my old monitors, and maybe this is normal, but it was an unpleasant surprise. I was happy when the power save function kicked in and I had that wonderful silence again, even though that took a little longer than I expected.

I think while I am recording with a mic I will switch these off because they would definitely bleed into the mics.

Build quality is great and they are huge and heavy!


Clear vocals
Press K 04.12.2021
These boys are chunky and sound the part! Controls on the back allow you to fine-tune their response according to your room setup.

There's a pronounced lower-midrange hump, but it doesn't seem to be too aggressive. Something I'll be mindful of.

Voices sound very clear and I now regret I published a mix a couple of days before getting these -- I would've fixed some issues!

All in all, good value


Feedback on ACM 7 from a practicing musician
Andrey Kovrizhnykh 29.12.2020
Excellent studio monitors, they pump confidently both bass and treble, I mix my tracks on them now, I compared them with the Yamaha HS7 and KRK7, they are in no way inferior, and the price pleases. There is all convenient commutation on board, filters help to get rid of standing waves and adjust the sound you need. Trust me, I listened to competitors in the store, and I listened to both metal and pop and rock compositions, and so these monitors are the golden mean between KRK and Yamaha. If your room is less than 45 m3 in volume, then you can take a closer look at ASM5, they will also perfectly suit you, I have a larger room, so ASM7 suits me perfectly. If you have a hum of low frequencies after installing these monitors, decrease Acoustic Space by -4 dB, if there is not enough highs, then do HF Trim +2 db, if there is a lot of bass, then set the LF cutoff filter to 80 db, thanks Thomann for the wonderful and available devices. I recommend that you watch my review on YouTube, there are examples of my songs and tracks, listen and understand what's what -


the best monitors for this price.
royal fatali 10.10.2017
Well, if you want to buy monitors for home studio these ones are the best, really. First about the quality of sound, there no big difference between 7 inch monitors adam, behringer, yamaha m-audio, krk or swissonic asm7. Because all them are NEARFIELD monitors and their possibilities are limited and good for HOME studio. But of course the BRAND name and their prices are different.
Now about CHARACTER of sound, they are different, some of them have bright high frequency - Adam, or dirty and heavy low - KRK, or neutral - yamaha. I wanted neutral like yamaha, but they have whole behind, I listened yamaha hs 7 and Swissonic asm7, they have the same quality and the same character of sound, but swissonic amp more powerful, phase inventors are in front, and have more outputs, and cheaper than yamaha. Honest sound - that you need for mixing, they do their work for their price very good. If you have buzzing noise or claping woofer it is defect so change it you have 30 days for return or change, thomann do very good things available for people with low budget. Listen, try monitors and then buy them for your purpouse. Thanks thomann!