- Nov 15, 2020
- Brussels, Belgium
there is no V2
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I checked the wayback machine and this message was there since day 1.there is no V2
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Is there any difference between TRS and RCA input? TRS better or almost the same?
So um, the crosstalk graphs seem to suggest that balanced TRS connection is recommended perhaps?
I've had cheaper edifier speakers before. The amp was not silent so I took it out and made the other speaker passive as well.I hesitate to ask what is probably a truly dumb question, but ...
These are 'powered' speakers - one is amplified and the other is passive.
Is it at all possible to buy two pairs, and to use the two amplified speakers as an 'active' pair ... is there any point in trying that?
Some say there is only one version..Nooooo... I want to try them now. But as I dn't have any measurement equipment, I will never know if I got the good version or not. :-(
So... I don't get from where the measurements are so different?Some say there is only one version..
Kate You (Edifier)
Apr 23, 2023, 02:17 GMT-5
Thank you for reaching out.
As for your enquiry about our MR4 speakers, we have not updated them since they were put on the market. Their frequency response range is 60Hz-20KHz.
I have attached the user mabnual for your reference, and please let us know if you need further assistance.
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It's Pexels, a stock photo place. The one they used in Edifier and other places is plain stock photography.that's not the source, though
it's on 216 webpages https://www.google.com/search?tbs=s...1-e-qJxZdLpaw17_1LNHNaHUHvtfhPG4ru1RE3sDjp7jQ
this should be the source. and there are more pictures of the "gangsta" https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-working-inside-a-recording-studio-8197232/
What's the name of the bluetooth receiver?These can be found for as low as US$65/- on Taobao, China's Amzon. In both Black and White options.
Got a set myself for my work desk.
As nearfield, low volume (loudness) speakers, they are superb as the measurements here suggest.
They are less than 2 feet away from my ears and the phantom center that they project is really impressive and realistic. Close your eyes and you actually don't " hear " where the speakers are. You have your recorded artistes sound like they are in front of you, the speakers just disappear acoustically like how good speakers should present their output.
To add, I just use a US$20/- Bluetooth receiver with a CSR8675 chip capable of LDAC processing and output to the speakers RCA connectors.
Really good desktop speakers for enjoying music at low volume. The bass does indeed get a little less controlled once its pushed into the " less than comfortable" listening loudness at close range. Not absolutely sure its the speakers or the Bluetooth receiver being the bottleneck here.
I bought one of these from another seller during the 11.11 sales last year. A little more expensive now, but probably will find similar prices when there's a sale going on.What's the name of the bluetooth receiver?