I clearly haven’t heard these but, however preliminary impressions are good. If something, I’m simply impressed that Monoprice is offering the tolerance for the frequency response spec, which is +/- 3 dB for the acknowledged 45 Hz – 20 KHz vary. Even at -3 dB, with the ability to reproduce 45 Hz ought to give these audio system glorious low-end capabilities, and a spotlight has clearly been paid to that space because the design incorporates a passive 5.25-inch bass panel on the aspect of every cupboard, which ought to assist with decrease bass response from the pair of smaller 4-inch bass drivers.
For treble response there’s a 1-inch silk dome tweeter with a generous-looking wave information, and this design ought to widen the tweeter “sweet-spot” fairly a bit, and assist mix sound from this 2-way (or maybe 2 1/2-way) design.
After all, none of those spectacular specs come low cost, because the MTM carries a $499 USD price ticket. Powered screens are a crowded market, however there appears to be sufficient in the best way of options to assist set the Monolith MTM aside. I’ll be reaching out to Monoprice to see if they’re sampling these new audio system to media, to hopefully see how nicely executed this new product is.