Cakewalk announces MA-7A and MA-15D Stereo Micro Monitors

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Cakewalk has announced the MA-7A and MA-15D, two products in Cakewalk’s new line of powered stereo monitor speakers.

The Cakewalk MA-7A Stereo Micro Monitors and MA-15D Digital Stereo Micro Monitors provide an affordable means to deliver high quality sound. Both sets of monitors are perfect for use in a range of settings from the home recording studio, a classroom or media lab, the college dorm room, or your living room media center.

Cakewalk MA-7A

The MA-7A Stereo Micro Monitors are an ideal speaker solution for those who create music in a home or project studio and want a high quality listening experience without stressing their budget. Music educators will also find these to be the perfect solution for their needs: easy to use, great sounding, and easily affordable.

MA-7A features

  • Pair of 7 watt-per-channel powered desktop monitors.
  • Genuine wooden cabinets.
  • Full-range 90 mm (3-9/16″) woofers, with bass-reflex cabinet enclosure.
  • Bass Enhancer DSP utilizing psychoacoustic principles to let you hear low frequencies not normally audible through speakers this size.
  • Front and rear Stereo 1/8″ line-in, plus RCA (L/R) inputs—connect two different sources, such as your computer and I-Pod at the same time.
  • 1/8″ headphone jack.
  • Volume, bass, and treble controls.
  • Sub woofer output for extended low frequencies.
  • Magnetically-shielded to allow use close to your computer monitor and other equipment without electronic interference.
  • Available in classic black and blue/natural finishes.
Cakewalk MA-15D

Also now available from Cakewalk is the MA-15 set of Digital Stereo Micro Monitors. These speakers are ideal for a number of professional and consumer uses. They are great options as studio reference monitors or as a second set of monitors to use in a surround sound configuration.

MA-15 features

  • Pair of 15 watt-per-channel powered desktop monitors.
  • Genuine wooden cabinets.
  • 100 mm (4″) woofers and 50 mm (2″) tweeters with 2-way bass reflex enclosure.
  • Keep pristine digital sound, up to 24-bit/192 kHz, with optical and coaxial S/PDIF inputs.
  • 2 analog inputs: 1/8″ Line-in and RCA (L/R).
  • Bass Enhancer DSP utilizing psychoacoustic principles to let you hear low frequencies not normally audible through speakers this size.
  • Independent bass, treble, and volume 1 & 2 controls.
  • 1/4″ headphone jack.
  • Sub woofer output for extended low frequencies.
  • Magnetically-shielded to allow use close to your computer monitor and other equipment without electronic interference.
  • Available in classic black and blue/natural finishes.

The MA-7A and MA-15D monitors will be shipping worldwide beginning in August 2009.

More information: Cakewalk

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Joe
Joe

There is nothing new about these.. Roland had these years ago..

peanut
peanut
Joe, Roland now owns cakewalk (or at least they own a very large part of cakewalk) so now all the failed/obsolete products Roland had lying around will now be rebranded under the Cakewalk brand and sold as something ‘new.’ Not a bad idea on their part since Cakewalk has many loyal fanboys who are too naive to realize they’re being taken for suckers. Cakewalk was strictly a software company, but once Roland started buying into the company, they’ve started releasing hardware…. all the bad ideas that Roland has had since their inception. I wonder if they’re going to give up… Read more »
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