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r stands and move the monitors off of your desk (or meter bridge, if you are using a mixer). This usually results in better imaging since the monitor is decoupled from your desk and there is less chance reflected sound from the desk (or mixer) reaching your ears and smearing the imaging of your studio monitors. Woofer/tweeter midpoint 12 Speaker Orientation: The M1Active 520/620 has been designed for maximum flexibility when it comes to speaker orientation (i.e., whether the speaker is upright or laying down on its side). For best performance, place the speakers vertically with the tweeter on top. If this is not practical in your control room, go ahead and lay each speaker on its side, but make sure the tweeters are on the “inside” and are closer to the engineer. This will give you the best possible soundstaging for this orientation. Avoid having the tweeter on the “outside” since the added distance between the tweeters may result in a “gap” in the middle of your soundstage. Ideal Orientation Acceptable Orientation (tweeters onthe inside) Poor Orientation (tweeters on the outside) 13 Hookup Diagrams The following two hookup diagrams should give you an idea of how your M1Active speakers can fit into your recording rig. If you are using a mixer in your studio, your setup will probably be similar to the one below. All audio is routed through the mixer into your M1Active monitors. If you wish to record the output of your mixer, you can take the output of the mixer and send it back to your computer (the diagram below is configured this way). The M1Active has both XLR and ¼” TRS inputs on the back for maximum flexibility, but remember to use only one input at a time....

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