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Fostex PM03G 3" Studio Monitors

Fostex PM03G 3" Studio Monitors

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Product Description
Fusing old-school style with modern technology, the Fostex PM03G studio monitors pair well with stereo receivers, integrated amps, and tube amplifiers. Featuring a solid wood enclosure, each speaker has a 3-inch fiberglass cone woofer and a 0.75-inch silk dome tweeter that work together to project a soundstage typically found in larger floorstanding speakers Read More

Apr 12, 2020
Feb 9, 2020
Are these powered or passive speakers. God what a shit description.
Feb 8, 2020
These seem like a really nice step up from your common computer speaker, but could (Mass)Drop have put any less effort into this listing? Three mediocre stock photos, and one paragraph of weak copy that could have been written by an intern? Come on guys. At least act like you want people to buy them. What happened to the whole "for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts" thing? And no option to add the matching subwoofer?
Feb 7, 2020
Not just no shipping to Europe, no shipping outside the US at all, and that includes Canada. #disappointed
Feb 7, 2020
Feb 6, 2020
Also owned the pm04d and can say these are great mid/highs. Can't comment on the lows as they're different but these would make fantastic near field speakers for a small to small/med room.
Feb 6, 2020
With that kind of description... A picture of the back panel please? If it isn't asking for too much :)
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Feb 6, 2020
Maybe to indicate that is the gray version?
Feb 6, 2020
Not sure, perhaps the previous iteration of the same product, and Drop is selling off the surplus at a discount.
Feb 6, 2020
These are good as bookshelf speakers. I had the PM-04 with the Submini 2. Didn’t dig as deep as I wanted it, but they were a good pleasure/casual listen. I listened to the whole lineup in the PM series and the 03 could use some sub bass. Punch, it does have, but you can’t expect much from 3 inchers at the consumer level.
Jul 4, 2019
I love this site and I’ve found some great deals here, but these are a ripoff. These aren’t real studio monitors, they’re simply small bookshelf speakers. They’re described as powered, so no, you really shouldn’t connect them to any type of amplifier. They have a low range of 110hz, which is 30+hz above real studio monitors with similar sized drivers, and they don’t have any sort of balanced input, which means they can’t be fed from an audio interface and can’t be connected to a studio style subwoofer. With a minimum of 110hz, you’d absolutely need a sub that has a variable crossover that goes well above 120hz. Good luck finding that with unbalanced outs. These are just powered bookshelf speakers, and overpriced ones at that. I’m not making this comment to be difficult, but Drop does a lot of great work and turns out some incredible products, but these just don’t come anywhere near that standard. Again Drop is great, Fostex is a good brand, but these are just overpriced speakers and they don’t belong here.
Jul 4, 2019
nwmusicmanThese do pair well with the Fostex Submini2 if you want a more full sound. Friend has the PM03D and Submini2 setup and it actually sounds really good. He spent the same amount as I did for the Klipsch R-41PM speakers I have flanking my monitor. The little Fostex system sounds a lot more full and the imaging is much better than the Klipsch. Fostex setup is also much better than the Definitive Incline speakers I regrettably spent 3 Benjis on years ago. Better suited for computer speakers than studio monitors for sure. I imagine they would work pretty good in a small room too if you add the Submini.
Feb 6, 2020
nwmusicmanSeems like the description was copy/pasted from the Audioengine HDP6 speakers from a few days ago.
Jul 3, 2019
Any chance for the all white or black colors?
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