What are the components inside Production Master Audio studio monitors?

The 2-way system consists of two transducers, each specifically designed for a certain frequency range:

  • The ribbon tweeter for high frequencies
  • The Kevlar woofer for low frequencies

All Production Master Audio studio monitors come with an internal amplifier and are “active” monitors.

What is the benefit of active studio monitors?

You do not need an external amplifier. Active studio monitors are equipped with an internal amplifier and signal processors (filtering, EQ).

I can see some damping material inside the bass reflex tube of my monitor. Could that be a problem?

No, this won’t cause any problems as long as the material does not obstruct the air flow through the tube.

How long does it take to “burn-in” my Production Master Audio speakers?

Loudspeakers need a certain ‘burn-in time’ for a full excursion and adaption of these parts to reach their full potential. A ‘normal’ burn-in takes around 24 hours. To burn-in your speakers, it is advisable to feed them music signals of a broad frequency spectrum and different volumes.

SectionWhen I turn my monitors down in level they seem to lose dynamics a bit... Is this normal?

Yes this is normal, due to the resistors having to work harder you can lose a small percentage of headroom and/or dynamics. If you want to enjoy the full dynamics of your monitors, please put the level knob all the way up, which is the default position.


Can I leave my monitors powered on 24/7?

Your monitors can be always powered. The power consumption in “idle mode” is within a reasonable range but we advise to turn them off when you don’t need them, think of the planet.

How should I clean my monitors?

We recommend using a lint-free, damp cloth for cleaning. The loudspeaker membranes may be dusted using a very soft brush

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