The BT5 studio monitors combine a flat frequency response with the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity, so you don’t have to deal with a lot of wires when setting it up.
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Pro Combines a neutral sound signature with the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity at a reasonable price
You get a fairly balanced and neutral sound that is good enough for mixing with the convenience and versatility of a Bluetooth connection. It'll be hard for you to find this feature set in other options within the price range.
Pro Fairly neutral sound signature
The BT5’s audio output is on the neutral side, making it great for mixing use. The highs are clear and have good detail, so you’ll be able to pick out the nuances of the music. The mids are warm and full, so vocals will not be lost in the mix. The bass is slightly boosted so the low-end has some punch, but does not overpower the other frequencies.
Pro No wire hassle
You don’t need to deal with the hassle of a wired connection between these speakers and your audio source. The BT5 has Bluetooth connectivity so they can easily connect with smartphones, tablets, laptops computers and other Bluetooth-capable audio sources.
Con Front LEDs are too bright
You might find the LEDs on the front of the speakers to be distracting. The LEDs are too bright and can get annoying, especially if you tend to use these speakers in a dark area.
Con Connecting via Bluetooth has a significant effect on the sound
Audio quality from these speakers will take a hit when connecting via Bluetooth. Clarity may be affected, and low-end thump may also be decreased.
Con Single wired input only
Connectivity with wired audio sources can be limited. Only a RCA connection is available, so you may need adapters when your audio sources have TRS or XLR connectors.